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EEP featured in DENR Screen Show
The Ecosystem Enhancement Program's core functions are featured in a new screen show in the lobby of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources building lobby. The slides, part of an educational exhibition spotlighting DENR divisions and programs, highlight EEP's focus on local watershed planning , outsourcing green jobs , stream and wetland restoration  projects and ...
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Grant fuels goals of F-to-F partnership
An N.C. Division of Water Quality 319 grant for water-quality improvements in the Little Tennessee River basin will keep advancing the goals of the Franklin-to-Fontana Restoration Partnership, a collaboration that includes the Ecosystem Enhancement Program. An article on the grant award and the partnership's objectives appeared this month in the  Franklin Press . The $214,195 grant went to...
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Project launching in Mecklenburg preserve
Work is expected to begin this month on a stream and wetland restoration project located in a Mecklenburg County nature preserve .  The Unnamed Tributary (UT) to Clarks Creek stream- and wetland-restoration project consists of approximately 3,100 linear feet of enhancement and will preserve approximately 1,464 linear feet of stream using natural channel design procedures.  This...
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Contract issued for regional watershed plan
The Ecosystem Enhancement Program will work with Wildlands Engineering Inc.  on a contract award for development of Phase 1 of the Neuse 01 Regional Watershed Plan (RWP).  The initiative represents EEP’s first regional-scale planning effort and encompasses an approximately 575 square-mile area located in Wake and Johnston counties. .lp-wrapper { display: none;...
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EEP lauded in 'watershed approach' newsletter series
The current edition of the National Wetlands Newsletter features a series of articles examining the implementation of the “watershed approach,”  guidance stemming from new federal mitigation rules established in 2008.  Among their observations, the authors from the Environmental Law Institute and The Nature Conservancy noted: “(U)sing a watershed approach...
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