Joint LPC/SERPPAS Field Tour, North Carolina Sandhills Region, October 25, 2017

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The oldest longleaf pine at Weymouth Woods. Photo Credit: Addie Thornton with SERPPAS
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The estimated 469 year old longleaf pine - part of the Boyd tract of old-growth longleaf protected by the Boyd family. Photo Credit: Addie Thornton with SERPPAS
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Photo Credit: Addie Thornton with SERPPAS
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Photo Credit: Addie Thornton with SERPPAS
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Pitcher plant bog. Photo Credit: Addie Thornton with SERPPAS
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Photo Credit: Susan Miller with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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Photo Credit: Susan Miller with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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Ft. Bragg site, converting from loblolly to longleaf pine. Photo Credit: Susan Miller with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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The Nature Conservancy property, converting an old agriculture field to longleaf pine. Photo Credit: Addie Thornton with SERPPAS
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The Nature Conservancy property with military aircraft flying overhead. Photo Credit: Addie Thornton with SERPPAS
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Photo Credit: Addie Thornton with SERPPAS