APPENDICES

APPENDIX A - Rare Species


For more information on rare species tracked by the NC Natural Heritage Program (NCNHP), go to www.ncnhp.org.

APPENDIX B - Plans, Policies and Ordinances

APPENDIX C - Funding Sources and Incentive Programs

APPENDIX D - GIS Data Technical Documentation and GIS Data Catalogue



APPENDIX E - Methods: Conservation Ranking and Analysis


APPENDIX F - Forest Resources: Economic Analysis for Timberlands



APPENDIX G - Forest Resources: Economic Analysis for Water Quality


APPENDIX H - Forest Resources: Economic Analysis for Recreation


APPENDIX I - Surface Waters Classifications and Ratings


MAPS OF IMPORTANT RESOURCES IN CHATHAM COUNTY

Maps have been developed through the planning process to depict areas in Chatham County that are important for biodiversity/wildlife habitat, forest resources, water resources, and agriculture resources. Download the PDFs below, and zoom in to the places you know! Feedback is welcome and encouraged - to submit feedback, please contact Allison Weakley at allison.weakley@ncdenr.gov, or post on the Discussion board (tab above).

BIODIVERSITY/WILDLIFE HABITAT and FOREST RESOURCE MAPS
Below are maps that depict the draft results for the conservation analyses for (1) Biodiversity/Wildlife Habitat, and (2) Forest Resources. Refer to the Conservation Layers and Values and Appendix E - Methods: Conservation Analyses documents (below) for more information on the layers and values used in the analyses.

Biodiversity/Wildlife Habitat Analysis


Forest Resource Analysis


Conservation Layers and Values


WATER RESOURCE MAPS
Below are draft maps depicting (1) important public water supply resources and infrastructure, and (2) water quality ratings assigned by the NC Division of Water Quality (NCDWQ), including impaired waters. Both maps will be incorporated into the Plan document in the near future.



AGRICULTURE RESOURCE MAPS
Below are draft maps depicting (1) Prime Farmland and Farmland of Statewide Importance, and (2) parcels enrolled in the Voluntary Agriculture District (VAD) and Present Use Value programs, with mapped agriculture infrastructure. Both maps will be incorporated into the Plan document in the near future.