Exploring North Carolina

Tom Earnhardt is an attorney who knows the natural world. He is the host of UNC-TV’s Emmy-nominated television show Exploring North Carolina, which focuses on the natural resources of our region of the Southeast.

Earnhardt has written and edited books on everything from mayflies to saltwater fly fishing to boat design. His most recent work, Crossroads of the Natural World, explores North Carolina’s role as a “unique ecological crossroads.” The book covers invasive species, forested buffers and climate change.

Tom Earnhardt will speak about North Carolina’s ecological heritage in WCU’s Mountain Heritage Center on Thursday, June 27 at 7 p.m. Free. Info: 227-7129.


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