MAP IT! Take part in the Blue Economy Corridor project

Environmental, Sound Rivers

Posted on April 28th, 2022

Do you want to be a part of asset-mapping the Tar-Pamlico Blue Economy Corridor? It’s a project that’s putting on a map all the cultural, historical, recreational (and more) ways and places that people use the Tar-Pamlico River. You can participate by taking a survey or by attending workshops from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Aurora Fossil Museum on May 1 or from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Edgecombe Community College-Tarboro on May 22. Be a part of this great project!

Yeager said the last workshop, held last week at the Nash Agricultural Center, was a great success: in 1 1/2 hours participants identified 31 unique assets that contribute to their community’s quality of life and might also be of interest to visitors to Nash County.

RSVP to the workshops and/or fill out the asset-mapping survey on the Tar-Pamlico Blue Economy Corridor website. 

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