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  • Water Trail Education and Outreach AmeriCorps Coordinator

    Sound Rivers is searching for an AmeriCorps* Volunteer!  We are accepting applications for a Water Trail Education and Outreach Coordinator.  This person will oversee the expanded use of the Neuse and Tar-Pamlico Water Trails, and use the trails to engage and involve the public in the awareness and protection of our

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  • Sound Rivers Hires New Lower Neuse Riverkeeper

    Katy Langley recently accepted the position of Lower Neuse Riverkeeper with Sound Rivers. She will be based in our New Bern office and will begin work on June 26th! Katy earned her B.S. in Earth and Environmental Science from the University of New Orleans in 2013. She did undergraduate research

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  • Fishing for Facts

    Fishing for Facts – June 13, 2017 Keeping our Water Clean Requires $$ The North Carolina legislature’s time continues to be dominated on budget negotiations. The Senate passed their version of the budget several weeks ago and then wasted no time rejecting the House budget. The 47 House conferees and

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  • Sound Rivers Featured on New Podcast

      Sound Rivers is featured on a new podcast! Episode 1 of The Dirt features Pastor Sylvester Williams and Chandra Taylor of the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) relaying the story of the East End community in Durham, North Carolina. A neighborhood comprised mostly of elderly people of color is

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  • Sound Rivers’ Executive Director Announces Retirement

    Harrison Marks, Executive Director of Sound Rivers, announced his retirement from the organization to be effective later this year. Harrison said of his plans, “My wife, Suzie, and I are looking forward to a new adventure that will begin with a year on our boat, a lifelong dream.  The search

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