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  • Oyster Roast 2017 the Most Successful Ever!

    Thank you so much to everyone who came out to support your Riverkeepers at our 32nd Oyster Roast on Saturday, November 11th! The event was a smashing success with delicious oysters from Mac Jones Seafood, great dance music from Pamlico Sound Machine, outdoor Celtic string music from Twisted Knot, Chili,

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  • Sound Rivers takes legal action against FERC on Atlantic Coast Pipeline

    Groups Take Legal Action Against FERC on Atlantic Coast Pipeline Press Release, 11/13/17 Sound Rivers joined a coalition of affected landowners and conservation groups this week and filed a request for rehearing, urging the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to reconsider its approval of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a massive interstate gas

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    Job Opportunity: Pamlico-Tar Riverkeeper

    We’re hiring for the position of Pamlico-Tar Riverkeeper, which has a long tradition of clean water advocacy, protecting and preserving the health and viability of the Tar-Pamlico River. This position is based in our Washington, North Carolina office. Job objective The Pamlico-Tar Riverkeeper develops, implements, oversees and reports on critical programs for

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  • Action Alert: Comment on Animal Waste Management by 11/22

    Industrial animal facilities produce an enormous amount of animal waste that pollutes and contaminates our waterways in North Carolina. NCDEQ is soliciting public comments regarding the rules governing animal waste management for the first time since their adoption more than a decade ago. A proposed change to the existing rules

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  • Sound Rivers Partners with NC Conservation Network for Water Advocate Training

    Water Advocate Training Saturday November 4th, 20179:00 am Location: Walnut Creek Wetlands – Walnut Creek Room 950 Peterson St, Raleigh, NC 27610 (919) 996-2760 Are you concerned about where water flows during heavy downpours and how to reduce urban flooding? Are you worried about the amount of pollution in our

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