Wetland Restoration

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DCOI is working with the experts at the Duke Wetland Center and a private landowner to restore a pocosin wetland in Hyde County, North Carolina. This land was once a natural wetland, but was converted to arid agricultural land decades ago. The project will begin as a 300-acre pilot, but could grow to 10,000 acres.  

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