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How To Reach Us While Sound Rivers' Offices Are Closed

Sound Rivers

Posted on March 25th, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been rotating staff in and out of our small offices in order to practice social distancing. However, the latest information has led us to the difficult decision to close our three offices during Governor Cooper’s Stay-at-home order. Currently the Governor’s order is set to expire on April 30th, but if it is extended our offices will remain closed. Staff will still be working remotely – the fight for your waterways goes on, because we know that clean water is critical.

If you need to reach us, the best way is via email, though staff will have access to their phone messages. You can either email our main address, info@soundrivers.org, or contact staff directly, below. To report a problem or pollution you see on your waterways, please use the form here.

Thank you for all you do – we hope you stay safe and well!

Executive Director Heather Deck

heather@soundrivers.org

Pamlico-Tar Riverkeeper Jill Howell

jill@soundrivers.org

Lower Neuse Riverkeeper Katy Hunt

lowerneuserk@soundrivers.org

Upper Neuse Riverkeeper Matthew Starr

upperneuserk@soundrivers.org

Environmental Projects Coordinator Clay Barber

clay@soundrivers.org

Director of Development Corinne Everett Belch

corinne@soundrivers.org

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