Neuse River Rising paddle: Day 4

Environmental, Sound Rivers

Posted on September 27th, 2022

Day 4: your Riverkeepers are back on the water with #FirstMateMiller and #AdventurePupCharlie. First stop was at Duke Energy’s HF Lee plant in Goldsboro, site of an environmental disaster after Hurricane Florence in 2018. Listen to Neuse Riverkeeper Sam Krop talk about the coal ash spill that prompted the state to force Duke Energy to close down and clean up all of its coal ash ponds in the state!

Day 4: Evening update

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