Sound Rivers highlighted in Washington Magazine

Environmental, Sound Rivers

Posted on March 5th, 2021

Sound Rivers has a long history of advocacy, education and effort to keep our waters swimmable, fishable and drinkable – 40 years, in fact.

From our earliest days operating as two separate organizations With the same goal (Neuse River Foundation and Pamlico-Tar River Foundation) to our merger in 2015, this feature in the Washington Magazine highlights four decades of work – work that continues today and will for decades to come.

Read about how, why and who got us started on our clean-water mission here!

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