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  • Swim Guide Sites Highlight: Woodstock Point, Bridgeton Park, Buffaloe Road

    We’re spotlighting our Swim Guide sites this summer, so you can get more info on the places we sample, and maybe find a new place to explore! Visit soundrivers.org/swimguide to learn more, or text “SWIM” to 33222 to get weekly water quality alerts straight to your phone! Woodstock Point, Pungo

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  • Post-Hurricane Isaias Sampling Results on the Tar-Pam

    The storm caused river levels to rise, but well below flood stage on the Tar. The Pamlico hit minor flood stage briefly Monday evening. River levels will continue to rise into this weekend, but remain below flood stage. As part of our hurricane response work, we collect water quality samples

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  • Swim Guide Sites Highlight: Bonner Point, Bridgeton Park, Beaver Dam

    We’re spotlighting our Swim Guide sites this summer, so you can get more info on the places we sample, and maybe find a new place to explore! Visit soundrivers.org/swimguide to learn more, or text “SWIM” to 33222 to get weekly water quality alerts straight to your phone! Bonner Point, Bath

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  • Stormwater Improvement Project Underway at Havelock High School

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Stormwater Improvement Project Underway at Havelock High School Craven County Schools Havelock High School 101 Webb Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 Contact: Stacie Friebel (Principal) Clay Barber (Projects Coordinator) 252-444-5112 252-414-1385 stacie.friebel@cravenk12.org clay@soundrivers.org Havelock, NC, August 4th, 2020 – As part of Sound Rivers stormwater and restoration program,

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  • Action Alert: Public Comment Period Open for ACP and Supply Header Project

    On July 5, 2020, after years of communities and environmental advocates organizing, the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) was cancelled. While we celebrate this historic win against corporate giants that would have had long term, devastating impacts to our communities, ecosystems, and the climate, there is still work to be done.

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