The NC Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) is the regulatory agency responsible for the enforcement of North Carolina’s fishing, hunting, trapping and boating laws. The NCWRC employs 670 full-time staff across the state, including wildlife and fisheries biologists and technicians, wildlife law enforcement officers, wildlife educators, communication specialists, customer service, information technology, and administrative professionals. The Land & Water Access Division plans, constructs, and manages public facilities and infrastructure necessary for agency mission fulfillment and provides statewide operations and maintenance support to the agency’s infrastructure including Fish Hatcheries, Management Depots, Education Centers, regional office locations and the administrative hea

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