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  • Sound Rivers Announces Cancelation of 2020 Oyster Roast

    For Immediate Release Contact: Corinne Everett Belch Sound Rivers Announces Cancellation of 35th Annual Oyster Roast, Cites COVID-19 September 14, 2020 (Washington, NC) – Sound Rivers is announcing the cancelation of their 35th Annual Oyster Roast, previously scheduled for November 2020. The event, which is a fundraiser for the

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  • Major Gift Establishes Memorial Water Quality Fund

    A new Sound Rivers Water Quality Monitoring Fund was established in memory of Gene Pate to preserve the long-term health and vitality of the Pamlico and Neuse River watersheds and the families who live, work and recreate in the communities that he loved. The Water Quality Fund will allow Sound

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  • BCCC and Sound Rivers start construction on new wetlands

    Beaufort County Community College and Sound Rivers broke ground on August 24 on a new wetland on BCCC’s campus to help clean and slow stormwater. The two institutions have partnered since 2017 to study ways to slow and clean the water coming off its rooftops and parking lots during heavy

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  • Action Alert: Local Farmers Need COVID-19 Relief!

    This is an Action Alert from the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association. Please share it widely!    Please Tell Your U.S. Senator TODAY: Local Farms Need COVID-19 Relief! The majority of farmers selling local foods have suffered severe market disruptions due to COVID-19, yet the USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) has

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  • Join our team! We’re looking for a Communications Director

    We’re hiring for the position of Communications Director. Sound Rivers has a long tradition of clean water advocacy, protecting and preserving the health and viability of the Tar-Pamlico and Neuse Rivers. This position is based in our Washington, North Carolina office. Please see the job description here. If you are interested

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