About Our Blog
As of February 10, 2010, the NCCN blog has moved solely to our Facebook page. Please check us out there!
The NC Conservation Network blog is about the issues, events, people, and news that affect North Carolina’s environment and public health (with some occasional “fun” posts thrown in there too). Its objective is to encourage North Carolinians to get involved in the environmental issues affecting our state, encourage online discussion of the issues presented in the blog posts, and provide updates on the issues and campaigns affecting our state’s environment.
The NC Conservation Network blog welcomes the contributions of interested people of all points of view provided they are of a reasonable length, have some relevance to issues of North Carolina’s environment and public health (and the original post) and abide by the common rules of online etiquette (i.e., please avoid inappropriate language and show a measure of respect for others). User comments or postings reflect the opinions of the responsible contributor only, and do not reflect the viewpoint of the NC Conservation Network. The NC Conservation Network does not endorse or guarantee the accuracy of any posting. The NC Conservation Network reserves the right (but not the obligation) to delete comments that may be considered offensive, illegal, or inappropriate.