Nearly 100 acres near Stoneville are being added to Mayo River State Park. Rockingham Today reports the Piedmont Land Conservancy and the North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation announced the addition which will provide water quality protection and offer additional recreational opportunities. Officials say it also protects the river’s forested buffers, reduces risk of erosion and acts as a filter before pollutants reach the Mayo River.

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