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Meeting place is at 210 Cobblestone, Chapel Hill 27516, located in a residential neighborhood back of Bolin Forest. Enter the neighborhood off of Hillsborough Road. Here is the link to Google Maps.
Welcome to the Website for the Friends of Bolin Creek! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Bolin Creek provides a home for an amazing diversity of creatures, including the rare four toed salamander, both in its waters and in the riparian buffer … Continue reading
This article by naturalist Mary Sonis originally appeared in the Chapel Hill News on November 23, 2015. With a growing appreciation of our birds and the disappearance of wild places, it’s worth rereading. Bolin Creek saw a great turnout of … Continue reading
Conservation Insider Bulletin: June 20, 2016 Multiple bills to gnaw away more environmental protections crawled out of the legislative woodwork, plus more news, this week in CIB: Legislative Watch: Attacks Broaden Against Clean Water and Land Quality Laws Multiple bills … Continue reading
From the NC State Sierra Club….. Dear Environmentalist, Years of progress — and yes, leadership– in cleaning up our state’s rivers is on the chopping block. Your help is urgently needed today. Last week, the NC Senate unveiled and virtually … Continue reading
Many knew about Carrboro’s 1B Multi-Use route (from Claremont to Homestead Road and then east to Chapel Hill High School. What almost no on knew until a few weeks ago was that the route would intersect with the High School’s … Continue reading
Last week the North Carolina Division of Environmental Quality Report released a report on the efficiency of the solar bees in Jordan Lake. Ir was removed from the state website shortly after it was posted. What we learn is that … Continue reading