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Re: “The Neuse Riverkeeper Foundation lends visibility—and sound—to environmental issues

I love that SweetWater works to promote awareness and water quality in many of the markets they serve. Save the Hooch, Save the Black Warrior, Save the French Broad, and Save the Neuse are all part of the larger campaign the SweetWater has created. I believe the adage is great water makes great beer.

While Corbie makes the point that we are not in a dire situation of impending doom on the Neuse, the cumulative impacts of polluted runoff and high levels of impervious surface in the Neuse headwaters (AKA the Triangle) do contribute to the impaired classification many local Neuse tributaries hold. I am glad that our current Riverkeeper and the Neuse Riverkeeper Foundation is working collaboratively with the community and government officials to protect water quality.

Posted by JessicaRobinson on 06/09/2011 at 12:30 PM

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