Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Cape Fear Arch visits Cape Fear Lock and Dam #1

The Cape Fear Arch had a wonderful quarterly meeting yesterday that included a trip to the Cape Fear Lock and Dam #1 to see the rock arch fish passage.  The fish passage is being constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers … Continue reading

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Summer Controlled Burns

This summer marks a giant first for our SECP program office, a summer burn crew.  I highlighted the crew in my Summertime post.  Having a summer burn crew has been wonderful, not only have we had the opportunity to get … Continue reading

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Flea Beetle Success!!!

We have exciting news to report!  The alligator weed flea beetles that we released on the Black River in May are munching away!  Read about the May beetle release here. We monitored the beetles last Friday and to our surprise … Continue reading

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