• Kids’ River Fest POSTPONED Due to Flooding

    We are sad to report that Kids River Fest, scheduled for Saturday at River Park North has been postponed due to projected Tar River flooding. We hope to reschedule the event in May or June. Please be sure to check the event’s Facebook page or back here for updates as we plan for a new […]

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  • Sound Rivers Marks 2nd Anniversary with $10k Match!

    Help Sound Rivers meet a generous $10k match, click here make a gift today! Sound Rivers is celebrating its second anniversary this April, with an annual meeting and giving challenge Annual Meeting will honor outstanding Sound Rivers volunteers – 4/19, 11:15am at 2760 W. Arlington Blvd, Greenville, NC April 1, 2017 marks the second anniversary of […]

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  • Fishing for Facts – 4/13/17

    Fishing For Facts- April 13, 2017 It is no secret that clean water protections have been under assault in North Carolina for a number of years. Now at the federal level, we see an administration that will champion similar rollbacks to federal laws that protect our rivers, creeks, and streams. That’s why we launched Fishing […]

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  • Neuse Makes List of Most Endangered Rivers

    Upper Neuse Riverkeeper Matthew Starr was interviewed recently by WRAL, speaking to them about how industrial swine facilities, affected by Hurricane Matthew flooding, impacted our waterways. Check out the video above. According to American Rivers’ announcement on April 11th, two North Carolina rivers have made the “most endangered” list – the Neuse and Cape Fear. […]

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  • Sound Rivers’ Spring 2017 “Currents” Is Here!

    Our quarterly newsletter, Currents, is out in the mail this week! Read about fishing smart and eating smart, our partnership with ECU to research River Herring, Atlantic Coast Pipeline update, and more! You can also download a PDF of our newsletter here: SRI Spring 2017 Currents

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