Jason Guidry - DuPont State Recreational Forest Supervisor

Forest Supervisor’s Report October 2014

I recently passed my one‐year mark as Forest Supervisor, taking the helm from David Brown. David’s accomplishments are too numerous to recount here but under his direction the foundation was established for how the Forest is managed, protected, and promoted. I have been challenged, as never before in my career, to maintain David’s high level of achievement while learning to operate […]

Volunteer Appreciation – Peg and Dan Bresnahan

There are so many wonderful people who give of their time and talent to make DuPont Forest the jewel that it is. When I think of our amazing volunteers, two people who always come to mind for me are Peg and Dan Bresnahan. I recently had the chance to ask the following questions of this dynamic duo: What […]

Muddy Sneakers gets kids in the woods

Our vision is to bring public school students from elementary and middle schools in North Carolina and other states into natural areas near their homes and schools. Merging the energy of young students with the energy of these outdoor places sets the stage for deeply felt experiences that will bring a “backyard” presence to North […]

Photography of DuPont

Our vision is to bring public school students from elementary and middle schools in North Carolina and other states into natural areas near their homes and schools. Merging the energy of young students with the energy of these outdoor places sets the stage for deeply felt experiences that will bring a “backyard” presence to North […]

Bridal Veil Falls

The first falls of the Little River, Bridal Veil is probably the most unique. First, it drops off an overhanging ledge which allows visitors to walk underneath (as shown in Last of the Mohicans).