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North Carolina Management Plans

Provides invasive species management plans for this State. For additional resources, see:

Invasive Species Management Plan for Falling Creek Camp, Tuxedo, North Carolina (2007; PDF | 5.46 MB)
Duke University. Nicholas School of Environment and Earth Sciences.
Note: Masters degree project.

Managing Aquatic Plants in Lake Gaston: A Long-Term Action Plan (Dec 2005; PDF | 116 KB)
Lake Gaston Stakeholder's Board.

North Carolina Africanized Honey Bee: Action Plan (2006; PDF | 1.1 MB)
North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Plant Industry Division.

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