Green RiverkeeperThe Green Riverkeeper is the key protector and watchdog of the Green River Watershed in MountainTrue’s Southern Region in Western North Carolina. Volunteer
MountainTrue’s Green Riverkeeper fights for safe and healthy waterways for all communities in the Green River Watershed by bringing together and empowering local residents and communities to identify pollution sources, advocate for and enforce environmental laws, and participate in restoration projects. The Green Riverkeeper serves the Green River Watershed beginning at the river’s headwaters on the eastern slope of DuPont State Recreational Forest, which drain to the south and east into Henderson County before flowing across Polk County and eventually joining the Broad River on the border with Rutherford County.
The Green Riverkeeper is a program of MountainTrue’s Southern Regional Office and a proud member of the Waterkeeper Alliance.
A longtime MountainTrue Swim Guide volunteer, Green River enthusiast, and an all-around wonderful human, Erica now serves as the Green Riverkeeper and Watershed Outreach Coordinator in MountainTrue’s Southern Region. >>more
We have many regular volunteer opportunities throughout the warmer months. Below are some of the ways you can get involved with the Green Riverkeeper. Click the images to add your name to our volunteer roster. Please note that volunteer event dates and times are subject to change due to weather conditions with short notice. Follow the Green Riverkeeper Instagram and Facebook Page or email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the most up-to-date information on event changes/cancellations.
Green Riverkeeper News
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