Our Annual Campaign is well underway, and we are very close to reaching our goal! If you are not currently a supporter of RiverLink take this time to become a stakeholder in the only organization in WNC that is exclusively dedicated to conserving and protecting the French Broad River and its watershed. Your gift means that we will continue to grow as a regional environmental leader, providing needed stream restorations, greenway development, land conservation and youth environmental education programs. Your gift will ensure that our community will have more opportunities to experience the FBR though access to paddling, fishing, hiking and camping. Thank you for your support, and become a RiverLover today. Show your Support Now!
Scientific Name: Alternanthera philoxeroides A native of South America, alligatorweed was inadvertently introduced to Southeastern U.S. in the late 1800s. Its white flowers are clover-like and bloom a summer. Most commonly found floating in mats along the water’s edge, alligatorweed also grows immersed and even terrestrially. Its opposing leaves are lance shaped, 1-2 inches long, […]
Do you know where the water that flows into a storm drain goes? This water does not go to a treatment plant but flows directly into our streams, lakes, and rivers. Many people poor oil, paint, yard waste, and other pollutants into the storm drain because they think the water will be treated before […]
RiverLink and MountainTrue have developed informational kiosks for each river access point along the French Broad River Paddle Trail with a grant from the North Carolina Recreational Trails Program. Each kiosk focuses on historical and natural features of the river, as well as paddle trail information including maps and boater resources. These kiosks aid users and […]