Spruill Farms Conservation Project
|Goal||Monitor the biodiversity around the Albemarle Sound|
|Task||Collect and record biodiverity observations|
|Where||767 Spruill Loop Road, Roper, 27970 NC 27970 USA|
This is a conservation project with an ongoing initiative to document biodiversity on our 115 acre farm, which has 1500 feet of frontage on the Albemarle Sound, the largest freshwater sound in the world. The farm has rich biodiversity which is threatened by sea level rise coupled with the conversion of this huge fresh water estuary to becoming brackish or salt water. Help us build a biodiversity database which will have wider benefit than just for our farm project.
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|Ideal Age Group||Adults, Families|
|Tags||biodiverity, fish, fishing, north caroline|
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