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  • Clean Air and Water Advocates Launch Pipeline Monitoring Effort

    Group Will Watch Atlantic Coast Pipeline Construction for Environmental Protection Violations Contact: Doug Jackson, Sierra Club, 202.495.3045, doug.jackson@sierraclub.org Forrest English, Pamlico-Tar Riverkeeper, 252.946.7211, pamtarrk@soundrivers.org Christine Ellis, Executive Director, Winyah Rivers, 843.267.3161, christine@winyahrivers.org Kemp Burdette, Cape Fear Riverkeeper, 910.264.8036, kemp@cfrw.us RALEIGH, NC (August 1, 2018)– Today, a group of clean air and water advocates announced they

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  • Read Lower Neuse Riverkeeper’s op-ed on industrial agriculture

    Your Lower Neuse Riverkeeper, Katy Langley, wrote an op-ed for the New Bern Sun Journal in reponse to Rep. John Bell’s misinformed op-ed supporting industrial agriculture. Katy says, “This is not a fight of people versus farmers; it is a fight to force these companies to install better waste management

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  • Action Alert: Urge NC To Update Clean Water Protections

    Our streams, lakes, rivers, and sounds are a major part of what makes North Carolina a special place to live, and right now is an important time to make sure that our waters are properly protected. Please send a letter by July 31st supporting strong standards to protect your right

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  • Water Spotlight: The Lower Tar-Pamlico River

    By Forrest English The Albemarle-Pamlico estuary is the second largest estuarine complex in the lower 48 states. It also holds another interesting distinction as the largest lagoonal estuary in the world, due to the ecosystem created by the Outer Banks. The Tar-Pamlico River is one of 6 major rivers that

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  • Summer 2018 Edition of “Currents” Out Now!

    The Summer 2018 edition of Sound Rivers’ quarterly newsletter, Currents, is headed out to members now! Want to read it early? You can download a digital copy here.

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