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Sandhills Landform

Sandhills Landform

Geologic time is often measured in hundreds of thousands, millions, or billions of years. Dr. Fred Edinger, a geologist at…

Time Capsule in the Sand

Time Capsule in the Sand

Chalky bluffs that reveal layers of sand and clay below the forest floor are a common sight in the Sandhills region of the…

Sugarloaf Mountain Vegetation

Sugarloaf Mountain Vegetation

Sugarloaf Mountain has a history of manmade erosion caused by the wear and tear of motorcycles and off-road vehicles. Preservation…

Sandhills Agriculture

Sandhills Agriculture

Plants and trees in the Sandhills of the Pee Dee are similar to desert vegetation in that they have adapted to dry, sandy,…

Sugarloaf Mountain

Sugarloaf Mountain

It requires a sense of humor to think of Sugarloaf Mountain as a true “mountain,” as compared to the scale of…





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