What does the River Mean to You?
This is a question we are asking ourselves as we close out an impressive year of accomplishments at RiverLink, that include:
- Provided Environmental Education programming free of charge to 3,300 students at 32 local schools
- Engaged 1,200 volunteers in over 2,500 hours of volunteer service
- Completed a stormwater control project that kept 4 tons of sediment from entering the French Broad River
- Finalized a conservation easement that permanently protects a historic and culturally significant property within the watershed
We are excited to announce the launch of our latest video, made to highlight the impact of your support in the community. Please take a moment to watch it, and join us in celebrating the beauty and diversity of the French Broad River and its watershed.
Please also take a moment to read our board member highlight. This month’s focus is on Joe Sasfy, a current board member and long time volunteer at RiverLink.
Thank you, Joe, for all you give to the River!
We know that, like us, you care deeply about the health and revitalization of the French Broad River and its watershed. By giving, volunteering and sharing your wisdom you make it possible to connect our community to its watershed in a way that promotes both environmental and economic vitality.
Thank you for making river revitalization possible, we couldn't do this important work without you!
Garrett and the RiverLink Team