Articles

Crowders Mountain is being loved to death

Visitors to a state park near Charlotte may be loving the area to death… with cars backed up on crowded weekends and hiking trails packed. From the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media: Producers, Jaein Yoon & Olivia Petrocella; Scriptwriter & Narrator, Sarah Barr; Videographers, Bob Gunter, Drew Stevens; Second Camera: Barr, Petrocella, Yoon; Video Editor, Alex Kim; Executive Producer, Dr. Tom Linden

Snakes are crucial to the health of Merchants Millpond State Park

Merchants Millpond State Park supports 21 species of snakes. That's a good thing. From the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media: Producers, Anne McDarris & Kate Johnson; Scriptwriter & Narrator, Riley Davis; Videographers, Bob Gunter, Drew Stevens; Second Camera: Brian Batista, McDarris, Davis; Video Editor, Sarah Redmond; Executive Producer, Dr. Tom Linden

How Lake Waccamaw got rid of hydrilla

Lake Waccamaw has been bombarded with threats over the years—rising waters, algal blooms, excess nutrients, etc.—but the invasive plant hydrilla is finally under control. From the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media: Producers, Matthew Alexander & Emily Apadula; Scriptwriter & Narrator, A.J. O’Leary; Videographers, Bob Gunter & Drew Stevens; Second Camera: Alexander, O’Leary; Video Editor, Haley France; Executive Producer, Dr. Tom Linden

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