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 email@example.com 919-542-5790 P.O. Box 187 Bynum NC 27228
Upcoming events, advocacy news & special programs:
We're glad you asked! It is a method of riverbank or stream bank restoration: "Live Staking is practice which reintroduces
What does Manchin's "Dirty Deal" mean for Fossil Fuel projects? UPDATE: Sen. Manchin withdrew his proposed bill due to lack
Haw River Assembly’s Awarded one of 15 “Transforming the Triangle”Awards by Triangle Community Foundation!
We are so honored to be the recipient of this $50,000 special grant from Triangle Community Foundation, who have
Haw Riverkeeper talks PFAS and 1,4-dioxane On April 21, Haw Riverkeeper Emily Sutton gave a presentation to a packed room
Haw River Assembly is hosting a screening of “Angel of Alabama” and afterwards, a live panel discussion with several experts.
Sustainable farmers are not taking days off during this challenging time, working harder than ever to get food to their
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23, FILM AVAILABLE STARTING AT 6:00 P.M. ET (AVAILABLE FOR 24HRS), REGISTER FOR SCREENING HERE JOIN US FOR A POST
Haw River Assembly held a public meeting on August 26 to discuss the industrial contaminants in the Haw, Pittsboro’s drinking
Our Chance to Speak Out for Stronger PFAS and 1,4-Dioxane Standards for our Waters! This is a process that only