Haw River Assembly protects the Haw River Watershed.
This includes nine hundred and twenty miles of streams feeding into the Haw along the 110 miles of the river, the 14,000 acres of Jordan Lake, and the plants, animals, and people who depend on the river. We work as advocates to stop pollution through our Haw Riverkeeper, and are building a watershed community that supports clean water through our outreach, education and water quality monitoring programs
Learn About Current Watershed Issues
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 919-542-5790 P.O. Box 187 Bynum NC 27228
Upcoming events, advocacy news & special programs:
Haw River hosts film screening “Burned” and an expert panel discussion after the film to address the ongoing fight against...
Join us on July 13th at Weatherspoon Art Museum located at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Haw River
Haw River Festival kicks of Saturdays in Saxapahaw! May 6, 4-8pm - Live music: Jasme Kelly, Honey Magpie & Saludos
Burlington, NC @ Paramount Theater June 15, 2023 at 6pm On June 15th, Appalachian Voices and Haw River Assembly will host a film and
What is happening at the General Assembly and how does that affect our watershed? - written by Emily Sutton, Haw
What is the Issue? Industrial Contaminants FACTSHEET PFAS chemicals (per- and polyfluoroalkyl compounds) get into our water from direct discharges
"With an unprecedented wave of development and increase in industrial activity across the state currently underway and projected for many
February 11, 2023 Help stabilize river and stream banks by joining us for a Saturday of live staking! Volunteers should
Here's a list of public trails in our watershed - from the headwaters in Guilford County, to trails through
River Watchers are stewards of their streams – and take action against pollution! The Haw River Watch Project, sponsored by the