RiverLink promotes the environmental and economic vitality of the French Broad River and its watershed as a place to live, learn, work and play.
RiverLink was born in 1987 of simultaneous efforts to address water quality concerns throughout the French Broad River basin, expand public opportunities for access and recreation, and spearhead the economic revitalization of Asheville’s dilapidated riverfront district. As expressed in our mission statement, we focus on related issues that directly impact the environmental health of our region’s rivers and streams and the growth and sustainability of our economy.
RiverLink is open to the public at our office located on 170 Lyman Street from 8am to 5pm. Stop by and find out all the exciting activities that are happening at RiverLink.
Listen to Wilma Dykeman read the chapter, “Who killed the French Broad?” from her book “The French Broad.” Listen to[...]
A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT Karen Cragnolin, RiverLink’s founder and executive director for 30 years, wrote this in 1995. The following art[...]
Garrett Artz Executive Director 828.252.8474 ext 16 firstname.lastname@example.org Garrett is the Executive Director of RiverLink. He is a native [...]
RIVERLINK, INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS JULY 1, 2016– JUNE 30, 2017 Executive Committee Esther Cartwright Chair, RiverLink Fred C[...]
WAREHOUSE STUDIOS LOCATION OF RIVERLINK OFFICES 170 Lyman Street (828) 252-8474 View Larger MapI-26 from South Asheville……̷[...]
AmeriCorps Project Conserve Members Each year, RiverLink fills three AmeriCorps Project Conserve positions : Education Coordinator Outreac[...]
RiverLink staff and volunteers are available to speak to civic groups, schools, businesses, churches, neighborhoods, and other organizations[...]