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  • Become a Clean-Water Warrior today!

    The Neuse and Tar-Pamlico watersheds cover nearly a quarter of North Carolina — so where do you start? Here are four ways you can help today, tomorrow and for the foreseeable future! Tune in!Every week we send out eNews with updates about the issues facing your waterways, alerts for when

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  • Answer river flow survey and get a chance to win a $25 gift card

    Help one of our East Carolina University partners learn more about the flow of rivers in eastern North Carolina and get a chance to win one of 10, $25 gift cards in a drawing! Jaclyn Best is a PhD candidate at ECU who is working on a research project to

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  • Pamlico-Tar Riverkeeper comments on biogas/environmental justice listening session

    Pamlico-Tar Riverkeeper Jill Howell spoke on behalf of Sound Rivers at a special meeting of North Carolina’s Environmental Justice and Equity Advisory Board this week. The  listening session of the special meeting centered on how biogas relies on and further entrenches the lagoon and sprayfield system, a system we know

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  • Tell Me About It Tuesday: the Pamlico Paddle

    PAMLICO PADDLE UPDATE: OCT. 12 IT’S ALL IN THE PLANNING: As Pamlico-Tar Riverkeeper Jill Howell and Environmental Projects Coordinator Clay Barber prepare to head out on the five-day, 70-plus miles paddling adventure down the Pamlico River, they spent an evening sharing where they’re going, where they’re staying and what they’re

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  • Stormwater Success: Environmental Alliance gets tour of constructed wetland

    This week, Sound Rivers’ Environmental Projects Coordinator Clay Barber was out in the field… and in the classroom. Clay was invited to speak to Environmental Alliance, a student conservation group at Beaufort County Community College. His talk center around constructed wetlands: Sound Rivers and BCCC partnered to build a constructed

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  • Pamlico Paddle: Testing kayaks

    PAMLICO PADDLE UPDATE: OCT. 5 THE ADVENTURE BEGINS: Meet First Mate and Adventure Pup Miller as he, Jill, Clay hit the river, testing kayaks on the Pamlico and trying to figure out which ones will be best for wind, waves, wide water and, of course, Miller. Five days and more

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