Monday, November 20, 2006
NCWRC Studies Dwindling Public Boating Access
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is conducting a study to measure the effects of declining public boating access in the state. The results of the survey will help the commission determine where to best locate future boating access sites.
“The loss of access that boaters are experiencing is a statewide problem that is currently most acute along our coastal shorelines,” Myers said. “However, access issues must ultimately be addressed on a statewide level in a manner that ensures equitable opportunities to all waters within the public trust.”
The link to the survey can be found on the homepage of the NCWRC website.