Counties are delineated and named. Home North Carolina Maps Lumber River Basin-2 (Waccamaw and Coastal Streams). The lumber River extends approximately 143 miles from Its mouth at river mile (R.M.) *The regions on this map are consistent with the Environmental Educators of North Carolina's(EENC) membership sections: Western, Piedmont, Central, Eastern. Home North Carolina Maps Lumber River Basin-1 (Lumber River and Minor Independent Tributaries). The Office of Environmental Education has three categories of GIS maps and apps: Our River Basin App is an interactive map with the location and size of the river basin, as well as links to information sheets about each basin. U.S. and N.C. highways are also shown. To learn more about environmental education resources near you, browse our site! counties in the Basin were Xeroxed and sent to us later by mail. The Lumber River Basin contains four eight-digit CUs (03040203, 03040204, 03040206 and 03040207) and 102 14-digit HUs. 08-1 of a series of maps adapted from the U.S. Geological Survey maps to illustrate the state's river basins. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. free downloadable materials including factsheets, activities, lesson plans, and posters, environmental education resources app information sheet, Environmental Educators of North Carolina's. Color print. Dept. The Lumber River is a major tributary to the Little Pee Dee River which is a tributary to the Great Pee Dee River. How can we make this page better for you? Waterways are depicted on the map in blue and named. North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Charles S. Killebrew Photographic Collection, 1948-2001, Department of Public Health Education at NCCU Records, 1939-1986, Diane McKenzie Hospital Postcard Collection, Digital North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, Hugh Morton Collection of Photographs and Films, NCCU Faculty and Staff Photograph Records, 1910-2005, North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation, 1922-1949, North Carolina Council on Human Relations Records, North Carolina History of Health Digital Collection, Office of President Frank Porter Graham Records, 1932-1949, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance of UNC-CH Records, Paper Currency & Banknotes in the André Savine Collection, Rebun Kayo Hiroshima Landslide Recovery Photos, Videos, and Related Materials, Samuel Huntington Hobbs Papers, 1916-1965, 1990, Sarah Bell-Lucas Collection of North Carolina Alumni and Friends, Southern Oral History Program Interview Database, The MacKinney Collection of Medieval Medical Illustrations, Tobacco Bag Stringing Operations in North Carolina and Virginia, White Rock Baptist Church Records, 1880s-1980s, World War I Postcards from the Bowman Gray Collection, Zbigniew Bujak Orange Revolution Photographs, Nov-Dec 2004. on your mobile device to record a mosquito bite in your exact time and space by simply pressing a button. The starter maps will help you find out where frogs have been located across the United States. North Carolina Maps is made possible by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the State Library of North Carolina. The ncwetlands.org website has an interactive map to help you locate wetlands to visit. In the nine North Carolina counties, all historical societies, libraries, and court houses were visited and researched for cultural resource information. The Lumber River is a 133-mile-long (214 km) river in south-central North Carolina in the flat Coastal Plain. Home North Carolina Maps Lumber River Basin-2 (Waccamaw and Coastal Streams). 217 W. Jones St. Reference URL Share . GIS can enhance instruction for PreK-12 teachers, nonformal educators and homeschool educators. Street Address: Just as a bathtub catches all the water that falls within its sides, a river basin sends all the water falling on the surrounding land into a central river and ultimately out to the sea. To learn more about your ecological address, visit our Discover Your Ecological Address page.