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.

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3rd Quarter Cape Fear Arch Meeting, 2014

  • Jones Lake State Park 4117 Hwy 242 Elizabethtown, NC, 28337 United States (map)

When: August 20, 2014

Time: 9:30 am - 3 pm

Where: Jones Lake State Park (see map link below)

Agenda:

9:30 am – 10:30 Arch Updates

10:30-11:00 Longleaf Pine Habitat Improvements Project – Michelle Lovejoy, NC Foundation for Soil & Water Conservation; Dick Fowler, NC Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts; Fred Cubbage and Jessica Pope, Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, NCSU

11:00-11:30 Law enforcement – Captain Brent Spivey, NCWRC

11:30-12:00 Inland Fisheries – Chad Thomas, Coastal Fisheries Supervisor, NCWRC

12:00-1:00 Lunch (pizza will be provided, but please bring a few dollars to help cover the cost)

1:00-1:30 Wildlife Management – David Cobb, Division Chief, Wildlife Management, NCWRC

1:30-2:15 Game Land Management – Ken Shughart, Forester; and Chesley Ward, Management Biologist

 

Please RSVP to john.carpenter@ncwildlife.org or 910-742-7231.

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Later Event: October 22
Felonies for Filchers of Flytraps

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