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  • How To Reach Us While Sound Rivers’ Offices Are Closed

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been rotating staff in and out of our small offices in order to practice social distancing. However, the latest information has led us to the difficult decision to close our three offices for two weeks starting today, March 25th. Staff will still be working

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  • NC Attorney General Funds Sound Rivers Campus Stormwater Program

    In a press release this week, Attorney General Josh Stein announced Environmental Enhancement Grant (EEG) awards for environmental projects across the region. Sound Rivers has been awarded $100,000 to install best management practices on Wayne and Nash Community College campuses in partnership with NC State University The Attorney General noted,

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  • Support Your Amazing Taste Restaurants (and Oyster Roast Breweries!) During COVID-19

    Just over a week ago, our Taste of Coastal Carolina restaurants came together to show their incredible support for clean water. Days later, our communities changed rapidly, and it’s time to show our support for these amazing businesses as we are able. Though restaurants and bars are now closed to

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  • A Message from Sound Rivers’ Executive Director

    During these uncertain times, Sound Rivers will continue our operations as we are able, though all our offices are closed to the public. We are keeping the safety of our staff and our communities at the forefront of our thoughts as we move forward. Our thoughts and prayers are with

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  • Upcoming Events Postponed: Clean Water Work Continues

    Sound Rivers has made the difficult decision to postpone all events scheduled until April 6th. We will continue to monitor the situation and heed advice from the North Carolina’s Department of Health regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. In the meantime, we will work to keep you updated with ways to be involved

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