Navy project threatens farm land

Yancy Jr., Cecil H.
November 2003
Southeast Farm Press;11/5/2003, Vol. 30 Issue 25, p9
Trade Publication
Focuses on the dispute between the U.S. Navy and North Carolina residents, environmental groups and farmers over the Navy's plan to establish its Outlying Landing Field between Cherry Point, North Carolina and Norfolk, Virginia in 2003. Environmental concerns of the group with regard to the runway plan; Details of the Navy plan; Impact of the plan on the business of farmer Jerry Beasley.


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