Monthly Archives: August 2011

Inside a Black River bald cypress!

So as many of you may know our program has protected several thousand acres of land along the Black River.  The Black River, situated on the border of Pender and Bladen counties, is the cleanest blackwater river in North Carolina.  As I teased in an … Continue reading

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Flea beetles?

That’s right, flea beetles…alligator weed flea beetles.  Let me start from the beginning. Our fight against invasive species has led us to the Black River, a quiet river between Pender and Bladen counties that is home to the oldest trees east of … Continue reading

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Our first post!

Hello friends!  Welcome to A Place Unlike Any Other.  We hope that our blog title will make more sense every time you visit.  We think the Southeast Coastal Plain of North Carolina is the most interesting place on earth, but … Continue reading

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