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Gilmore exits EEP stage with Long Leaf Pine award
EEP Director Bill Gilmore  retired June 30, but not without one final honor in hand.                At the retirement ceremony, Department of Environment & Natural Resources Secretary Dee Freeman presented Bill with the  Order of the Long Leaf Pine , one of the highest honors that a sitting governor can bestow on a North Carolinian....
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Bill Gilmore's 'Chapters' offers reflections on a career
On June 30, 2011, Bill Gilmore will retire from his position as the Ecosystem  Enhancement Program's first and only director.  Bill reflects on his professional career, the EEP challenge and the road ahead in a special web retrospective  " Chapters: Bill Gilmore's Farewell ."   Also, see this article  on Bill's service to EEP and North Carolina...
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Welcome message from NCDENR Secretary Dee Freeman
I welcome you to the new interactive website and blog of the N.C. Ecosystem Enhancement Program.  Click here to find a quick introduction to navigating the EEP portal site. Since its founding, EEP’s dedicated professionals have worked every day to make a complex scientific and regulatory challenge less cumbersome for its customers – our partners at the N.C....
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Advance notification for requests for full delivery projects -- June 7, 2011
The N.C. Ecosystem Enhancement Program is today providing advance notification to potential mitigation providers regarding EEP's intent to issue Full Delivery Requests for Proposals for the purpose of awarding new contracts during the state fiscal year 2011/12. Please note that this information is not official and may change at any time. EEP’s expected needs at the time of this...
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DWQ: N.C. compensatory mitigation improved substantially
...compensatory mitigation in North Carolina has improved substantially in the last 15 years... The N.C. Division of Water Quality has released a draft report showing that compensatory mitigation in North Carolina has improved substantially in the last 15 years. EEP (and its predecessor, the Wetlands Restoration Program) contributed to these positive advances.  Some observations EEP...
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