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Connecting the Community to the River
A lot of our work to improve water quality, conserve and restore land, and educate the next generation of watershed stewards would not be possible without our fantastic volunteers throughout the community.Learn How to Volunteer
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Adopt-A-Storm Drain Program
Help keep our local waterways clean by helping to maintain a storm drain in your neighborhood! Read More
Join the RiverLink Team
We are hiring for multiple full time and temporary positions at the moment. If you're passionate about the river, we'd love to have you on our team! Read More
Innovative Stormwater Project
DIS in the Mountains is a pilot research project to find innovative solutions to stormwater in steep slope areas. Read More
Read about our various updates for our programs and projects that are working to preserve the French Broad River and its watershed.More News
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Celebrate Earth Month this April!
Every year at the start of spring we like to take some time to appreciate, enjoy, and pay respect to our planet. This year we’re… Read More
Karen Cragnolin Park
Named in honor of RiverLink’s founding Executive Director, this 5.33-acre tract of land in the French Broad River Park corridor has gone through an impressive transformation from former junkyard to reclaimed, open greenspace.View More
Woodfin Greenway & Blueway
The Greenway & Blueway project is an ambitious $18.1 million effort to construct five miles of greenway along the French Broad River and Beaverdam Creek, new river access sites, the new Silver-Line Park, expansion of Riverside Park, and creation of the in-stream Wave feature for whitewater paddling and surfing enthusiasts.View More
Due to the continually evolving COVID-19 situation, we are no longer hosting in-person events. We are still working hard to protect the watershed and connect our community to the river and we look forward to the day that we can see you all in person again!