The Haw River Assembly turns 35!

Come out and meet members of our staff and Board of Directors this spring around the watershed. Join us for conversation over a beer, a cocktail or cup of coffee!

March 14–   The Eddy in Saxapahaw  starts at 6 pm

March 15– Reeds Coffee and Art in Mebane 7-9 pm

March 20 – Bond Brothers Beer Company, Cary 6-9 pm

March 22– Press Coffee and Crepes, Graham 6-8

 March 29- The Crunkleton, Chapel Hill 6-8

March 30- Steel String Brewery, Carrboro 6-8

April 5 –  Hope Valley Brewing Company, Durham 6 -8

The Haw River Assembly started back in 1982 and we’ve been going strong ever since! We have over a thousand members and volunteers that live in the 8 counties that are part of our watershed – Guilford, Rockingham, Caswell, Alamance, Orange, Chatham, Durham and Wake (and a tiny bit of Forsyth where the headwater springs start).  We are a leading advocacy voice for clean water and stronger protections for the Haw River and Jordan Lake and all the tributaries that feed them.  Volunteers help us put on an annual river program for 4th graders, take part in our stream monitoring project, clean up trash from our streams and much more.  Our 35th year comes at a time when the challenges of protecting the river will be made harder by a federal government that has vowed to weaken environmental regulations and agencies. We won’t back down in our work for clean water, and we hope you will join us!

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Donate to HRA, Celebrating our 35th Anniversary

Help us meet our goal of $35,000 in our 35th year of protecting and defending the river.
Simply click the Donate button below to give any amount you choose to HRA.



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