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
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Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 919-542-5790 P.O. Box 187 Bynum NC 27228
We believe this revised 404 application to the Division of Water Resources still does not provide adequate information, or justification
Watch the recording of our Annual Meeting held on Saturday, Nov. 14: Keynote Speaker: Crystal Cavalier Keck, with opening blessing
We have created a community mapping tool that displays specific environmental justice issues within the watershed. The map contains data
Isaiah is the chef and a co-owner of The Eddy, a cozy pub tucked on the banks on the Haw
Duke PFAS Exposure Study for Pittsboro and the Haw RiverWatch the recording of the Oct 24 Presentation ONLINE The median
As we envision a post-pandemic recovery, the Haw River Assembly is ramping up our efforts to respond to the climate
See the USGS river flow prediction here. The river is dangerous during high water due to strong currents and pollution
We are starting our second year of our Swim Guide program. We collect and analyze water samples E-coli bacteria at
We hope all of you are safe and well We want you to know that we are here for you,