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Upcoming Events

Nov. 19, 5:00 PM, Public Hearing on MVP Southgate’s 401 Water Quality Certification, Rockingham Comm. College Advanced Technologies Auditorium 560 County Home Road, Reidsville

Nov. 20, 10-2PM, NC Environmental Justice and Equity Board meeting, agenda TBA, Walnut Creek Wetland Center, Raleigh

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Preventing Harms

Presentations from 35th Annual Meeting Celebration!

Fighting the Harms of Coal Ash – Complete Excavation, Increased Threats To Communities

Deborah Graham, Salisbury
Bobby Jones, Goldsboro
Xavier Boatright, Clean Water for NC


Water Justice Organizing: Outreach to Mobile Home Residents

Amanda Strawderman, Clean Water for NC

The Threats of Poultry Operations to Water Quality

Brandon Jones, Catawba Riverkeeper

Assessing Well Water Contamination in North Carolina Environmental Justice Communities

Dr. Andrew George, Community Engagement Coordinator, UNC Institute for the Environment

The Mysterious 15-year NC DEQ Cover-up, Missed Opportunities to Stop PFAS Pollution

Tom McKinney, Chemical Engineer, Tutor, Former DENR Whistleblower

Climate, EJ and Fracked Gas Pipelines

Study by Maria Velasco on Methane Emissions/Climate Impact of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, presented by Hope Taylor

Climate Justice is Environmental Justice:  Lessons from Social Movements and Research

Dr. Danielle Purifoy, UNC and NC EJ Network

Celebrating 35 Years of Working with NC Communities!

Join us in celebration of 35 years of working together!

Sept. 21, 1:30 – 5:00 PM

The Grey Eagle, 185 Clingman Avenue, Asheville

Clean Water for NC and our many community allies have been hard at work standing up against threats to drinking water, public health, and environmental justice. Join us for stories and updates from the frontlines of drinking water and community environmental justice action, Saturday, September 21st in Asheville!

Program Highlights Include:

Fighting the Harms of Coal Ash—Stories from Impacted Communities

The Climate Emergency: Worsening Environmental Injustice; Pipeline Impact

Time for Action: No More Missed Opportunities to Stop PFAS Contamination!

Poultry Operations—Invasion of An Massive, Unregulated Polluting Industry

Water Justice—Well Testing, Mobile Home Parks, Fighting Rate Hikes

Join us to celebrate 35 years of working together!

Current CWFNC Members & Students: Free
(Current members are folks who have given since Sept. 1, 2018. Not sure if you’re a current member? Email us: hope@cwfnc.org)

Non-Members: $15

Ticket + 1 yr Membership: $25

Any available tickets will be at the door for the above donations

Entertainment by the FRUIT of LABOR Singing Ensemble! **Special donation concert 6‐8 PM**

Thank you for supporting our work to achieve environmental justice and safe, affordable water for all. Our members, foundation partners, volunteers, and allies are all essential to meet these goals, and we can’t wait to see you on the 21st!

Bishop William J. Barber, II & The Poor People's Campaign in Northampton County!

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