Monday November 23, 2009 | North Carolina Nature Conservancy

November 20, 2009 at 1:10 pm | Posted in Coming Up | 4 Comments

Today we go where the wild things are. We’ll visit a vast maritime forest, a swamp filled with carnivorous plants, and learn about the oldest trees in Eastern North America. Each year the North Carolina Nature Conservancy publishes a field guide of our state’s most precious natural areas. We’ll learn about the conservancy’s work to identify, purchase and protect sensitive lands. Join us for a tour of North Carolina’s natural treasures.
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Debbie Crane
– Communications Director, North Carolina Chapter of the Nature Conservancy

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  1. Bat Cave is on U.S. 64

  2. Thanks for the discussion this a.m. on WFAE. Thanks especially for all your work saving our great state. I’m North Carolinian….born in Asheville, lived in Brevard too as a kid (back in mid 1960’s…..like growing up in Mayberry..visiting Sliding Rock and the Pisgah Nat’l Forest)…have traveled quite a bit and still am amazed at what you can see and be amazed at within hours of Charlotte. Thanks again.

    Best regards,
    Kent

  3. what was the name of the book mentioned?

    • Julia,

      The book is North Carolina Afield. It’s in its Second Edition. I think you can read portions of it on the NC Nature Conservancy website http://www.nature.org/NorthCarolina and it’s also on Amazon. Thanks for listening!

      -Erin Sutton, Production Assistant


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