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

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Presentations from 35th Annual Meeting Celebration!

Fighting the Harms of Coal Ash – Complete Excavation, Increased Threats To CommunitiesDeborah Graham, SalisburyBobby Jones, GoldsboroXavier Boatright, Clean Water for NCWater 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 . . . → Read More: Presentations from 35th Annual Meeting Celebration!

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!

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

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Standing Together Against Coal Ash Injustice

The news was announced on April Fools Day, but it was no joke! DEQ (The NC Dept. of Environmental Quality), backed by strong science, stood with coal ash communities in their decision to order Duke Energy to excavate coal ash from every remaining site in the state and move it into lined landfills. Duke Energy wasted no time in rebuking DEQ, speaking scathingly about the ordered clean-up, and leveraging its power to safeguard its . . . → Read More: Standing Together Against Coal Ash Injustice