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  • Building Resilient Communities

    On October 29, 2018, Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order 80, highlighting North Carolina’s commitment to fight climate change and lead North Carolina’s transition to a clean energy economy. Section 9 of Executive Order 80 directs State Cabinet agencies to integrate climate adaptation and resiliency planning into their policies, programs,

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  • Upper Neuse Riverkeeper Making Impact on Stormwater

    Your Riverkeepers are respected voices for their rivers. Many call on their expertise and knowledge of the rivers to serve on local and regional committees, advisory boards, and policy stakeholder groups. Your Upper Neuse Riverkeeper, Matthew Starr, has been the chair of the Stormwater Management Advisory Commission for the City

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  • Fall 2019 Edition of Currents Newsletter Out Now!

    Did you receive your Fall 2019 Currents in the mail? If not, read a digital copy below! Fall 2019 Currents Want to stay up to date with Sound Rivers? You can email development@soundrivers.org to get on the list for future newsletters!

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  • Tar-Pamlico Water Trail/Camping Platform Update

    by Clay Barber, Environmental Projects Coordinator Camping platform construction is well-underway at the McGhee Farm site in Franklinton, NC, and is expected to be completed by mid-October. Our next platform will be located on the outside bend of a beautiful section of river, just behind the Franklinton Center at Bricks

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  • Volunteers Needed for Oyster Roast!

    The 34th Annual Tar-Pamlico Oyster Roast coming up on November 9th, and we need volunteers! Volunteer opportunities include setup on November 8th, setup during the day on November 9th, volunteering for check-in, oyster serving, and other jobs during the event on November 9th*, and helping break-down the event on November

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