Join us for the latest installment in our Advocacy Series. Larry Baldwin, Crystal Coast Waterkeeper, and guest Jeff Currie, Lumber Riverkeeper, discuss the environmental and social impacts of swine biogas. 

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Take action on biogas: 

The NC Department of Environmental Quality is accepting public comment concerning permits for four swine operations participating in the Grady Road biogas project. 

Comments by email and voicemail will be accepted through January 29.
Email: publiccommentsDWR@ncdenr.gov with the subject line “Swine Biogas”
Voicemail: (919) 707-9010.

“The proposed Align/Grady Road Biogas being forced on the citizens of North Carolina by Smithfield Foods and Dominion Energy is NOT a sustainable, renewable energy source. It is nothing more than a method to perpetuate the use of an antiquated waste management system that harms the environment and the neighbors who will have to continue to suffer the stench of hog farms. The only ones to benefit will be Smithfield Foods and Dominion Energy. We DO NOT need this in North Carolina.” -Larry Baldwin, Crystal Coast Waterkeeper.

Contact Larry Baldwin for questions: LarryB@coastalcarolinariverwatch.org

CCRW is pleased to host the 8th annual NC Marine Debris Symposium. This year we are taking the event virtual and global!

Everyone is a stakeholder in marine debris prevention. Join us to collaborate, network, and learn about marine debris research, policy, advocacy, and more.

This year, every NC Marine Debris Symposium attendee will receive a complimentary one year membership to Coastal Carolina Riverwatch.

The preliminary agenda and registration can be found below.

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