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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
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
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
The blog post from Maria de Bruyn; Posted on April 4, 2016 This past Saturday morning, we awoke to water streaming from the heavens in quite a heavy downpour. A local conservation group, Friends of Bolin Creek, had scheduled a … Continue reading
Chapel Hill Police station, 828 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill In May 2014, the Town of Chapel Hill informed the public that a coal ash landfill was found to be located on the site of the Chapel Hill … Continue reading
My favorite discovery on moving here years ago, given I’m a transplanted Philadelphian, has been Bolin Creek. Its upper reaches, between Homestead Road and Estes Drive, offers the most beautiful and contrasting landscape. Here, you will find beaver swamps, Beech-tree … Continue reading
Friends of Bolin Creek sent this letter to the Carrboro Board of Aldermen expressing our strong concern that the Climate Change Task Force recommended a paved road next to Bolin Creek. The Board decided to remove the controversial wording and … Continue reading