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It took the input of many people to prepare this notebook. The editors would particularly like to thank Rick Hamilton, Extension Specialist, Forestry, and Mike Regans, Extension Area Specialized Agent - Neuse River Education Team, for their role in developing and designing this project. The editors would also like to thank Leon Danielson for his initial poll of counties concerning zoning activities. This notebook could not have been developed without the input of dozens of county extension agents who provided vital information about local zoning and other regulatory activities. The editors thank all of them for their effort without which this notebook would not have been possible. The editors also wish to thank Mary Ann Justice for the secretarial support she provided in connection with this notebook and Joan Grimes for her sharp eye and patience in proofing the final draft of this notebook. Thanks also go to Luana Smith for her work on the notebook cover.
Funding for preparation of this material was provided, in part, from the USDA Community and Rural Development Fund, and from a cooperative agreement with The National Agriculture Compliance Assistance Center, which was created by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with the support of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
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