Cape Fear Arch

A Collaborative Voice for Nature

The Cape Fear Arch is a special geologic feature stretching from Cape Lookout, NC to Cape Romain, SC that contains nationally significant animal and plant communities.

Created in 2006, the Cape Fear Arch Conservation Collaboration is a partnership of organizations and individuals interested in protecting this region while balancing the needs of man and nature.

Its mission is to develop and implement a community conservation vision to build awareness, protection and stewardship of the region’s important natural resources.

2nd Quarter Cape Fear Arch Meeting, 2014

  • Halyburton Park 4099 S 17th St. Wilmington, NC 28412 USA

When: May 28, 2014

Time: 9:30 am - 2:30 pm

Where: Halyburton Park, Wilmington, NC

9:30—10:30  

  • Introductions and updates

10:30—11:15  

  • Jimmy Bullock, Sr. Vice President, Forest Sustainability, Resource Management Service.  Landscape Level Longleaf Pine Restoration on RMS Managed Lands in the Florida Panhandle

11:15—12:00  

  • Jim Durham, Fiber Supply Manager, International Paper. International Paper NFWF Grant Longleaf Progress

12:00 – 1:00  

  • Lunch

 1:00 – 1:45  

  • Brian Dangler, Director New Forest Fund, The Conservation Fund. The NC Headwaters Project and TCF Landscape Conservation

1:45 – 2:30  

  • Louise Vaughn, NC Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit. South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative

 

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