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Streamflow Rehabilitation Assistance Program or StRAP projects aim to reduce flooding by removing debris, downed trees and other materials from streams. Projects continue statewide and applications are being accepted through Feb. 9 for 2024 projects.

Streamflow Rehabilitation Assistance Program or StRAP projects aim to reduce flooding by removing debris, downed trees and other materials from streams. Projects continue statewide and applications are being accepted through Feb. 9 for 2024 projects.

Summary: North Carolina has seen its share of flooding following hurricanes and tropical storms. The Streamflow Rehabilitation Assistance Program or StRAP for short aims to reduce flooding by clearing streams of debris, downed trees and other materials that block or...

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Our top stories from 2023

Our top stories from 2023

As we wrap up 2023, it gives us an opportunity to look back at what we accomplished and think about where we need to go in the year ahead. Here are some of the biggest NCDA&CS stories of 2023 and a remembrance of some we lost in 2023. I think the beginning of a...

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Avian influenza back in the Atlantic flyways and being found in wild birds along the East Coast. Poultry farmers and owners urged to be vigilant with biosecurity protocols with their birds.

Avian influenza back in the Atlantic flyways and being found in wild birds along the East Coast. Poultry farmers and owners urged to be vigilant with biosecurity protocols with their birds.

Summary: Nationally and along the East Coast, we are seeing the re-emergence of avian influenza in the wild bird population. Because of the threat this presents to our poultry industry, we urge producers to maintain heightened biosecurity protocols to protect their...

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