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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.
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
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
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
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
Join us for a walk in Bolin Forest to see the Spring wild flowers this Sunday, April 12, at 2:00 pm at Wilson Park. Dave knows his wildflowers. Come prepared to brush up your knowledge. Meet at the Wilson … Continue reading
Join Mary Sonis, local naturalist and photographer, for this free event. The February 22nd event has been rescheduled out of respect to Coach Dean Smith whose memorial service will be held at that time. … Continue reading
Here is a complete recording of the October 2 Chapel Hill Town Council Candidate Forum sponsored by Friends of Bolin Creek and Neighbors for Responsible Growth View here: http://youtu.be/P-MMsFpUkF8 http://centralwestcitizens.wordpress.com/2013/10/12/chapel-hill-town-council-2013-candidate-forum-friends-of-bolin-creekneighborhoods-for-responsible-growth/ We also asked the candidates to give written responses to … Continue reading