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  • Support Clean Water – Help Sound Rivers Meet Our Match!

      This April several generous donors are matching all gifts dollar-for-dollar, up to a total of $15,000 -and we only have until April 30th to reach our $15,000 goal! All gifts count towards this match – which means your support will have twice the impact! Your gifts mean your Riverkeepers

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  • Spotlight: The Upper Neuse

    by Matthew Starr, Upper Neuse Riverkeeper As the Upper Neuse Riverkeeper or as anyone who has paid attention to the news over the years, it’s easy to get lost in the negativity around all the pollution threats that the Neuse River faces. As the list of those threats grows it’s

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  • Spring 2018 Issue of Currents Available Now!

    Our spring 2018 issue of our quarterly newsletter, Currents, is out now! You may have received your copy in the mail – if you’d like to read it digitally, click the link for the the .PDF version below! Currents Spring 2018 Haven’t received a Currents in your mailbox? Email corinne@soundrivers.org

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  • Rainy but great day at Kinston Kids River Fest

                        Sound Rivers partnered with the Neuseway Nature Park in Kinston to host the first-ever Kinston Kids Riverfest on Saturday, April 7th. Despite a stormy forecast and a rather dreary afternoon, almost 350 people came out to the park to enjoy

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  • Update on Kinston Oil Spill

    by Katy Langley, Lower Neuse Riverkeeper On April 2nd an oil spill was reported in Kinston along the Neuse River; a similar incident had occurred on March 7th in the same location. According to Lenoir County Emergency Management, it is believed the oil came from a garage that does oil

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  • Kinston Kids River Fest This Weekend!

    Sound Rivers Annual Hosts Free Family Fun Day in Kinston Contact: Katy Langley, 252-637-7972 or lowerneuserk@soundrivers.org Heather Deck, 252-946-7211 or heather@soundrivers.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 3, 2018 (New Bern, NC) – Sound Rivers will host its first annual Kids River Fest at the Neuseway Nature Center this Saturday, April 7th, from

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