Category Archives: river

Conservation Esasement Monitoring

Well it’s officially fall and with the change in seasons comes conservation easement monitoring.  A conservation easement is a legal agreement between a private landowner and a conservation entity that limits the land modification activities on a piece of property.  Conservation … Continue reading

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Waccamaw River Paddle

Last week I had the opportunity to paddle a 12 mile section of the Waccamaw River from Old Dock to Ash with several colleagues.  It was an amazing trip and rather than dwell on all the wordy details I will say … Continue reading

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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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SECP Staff Volunteer Day!

Well it’s not that often we as the SECP staff volunteer for an event…all together.  Last week was one of those times.  Dan, Angie and I traveled to Charlotte to donate some of our time to our River Jam campaign. What is this?  River … Continue reading

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Shad Map

So as you know from my post a few weeks ago in “It’s Turkey Season! (And more on those anadromous fish)” we have tagged 20 American Shad in the Cape Fear River to see if they will be able to … Continue reading

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Miscellaneous happenings

We have several things to report on this week, including another amazing trip on the Black River!  We have been spending a lot of time out there lately, not complaining of course.  This trip we were monitoring our southern properties … Continue reading

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