Upcoming Events Postponed: Clean Water Work Continues

Sound Rivers

Posted on March 13th, 2020

Sound Rivers has made the difficult decision to postpone all events scheduled until April 6th. We will continue to monitor the situation and heed advice from the North Carolina’s Department of Health regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the meantime, we will work to keep you updated with ways to be involved remotely. As new information is made available, we may postpone additional events in April and May. Please check back for additional updates.

Public health is a major focus of our efforts for cleaner water. COVID-19 is clearly a public health issue that we take seriously, both as professionals, and as family and community members.  However, Sound Rivers will not neglect our work to build a clean water future. To keep our staff safe, we are following state guidance to limit unnecessary travel and postpone gatherings. But we remain firmly dedicated to continue our work for healthier waterways and communities.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

Thank you for your support!


Heather Deck, Executive Director

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