Lake Norman Covekeepers

Lake Norman Covekeepers is a grass-roots organization that serves the 4 Counties on Lake Norman.

Lake Norman NPDES discharges

Mission Statement: Support the Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation by actively monitoring, protecting and enhancing the environment of Lake Norman and its watershed for future generations.

Normally, the Lake Norman Covekeepers meet at 7 p.m. on the 4th Thursday of each month at the East Lincoln Fire Department on South Pilot Knob Road off Hwy. 16. This location is just south of Hwy. 73 and Hwy. 16 intersection.  Please check the calendar section of the website to verify the meeting time and location.

For more information about the Lake Norman Covekeepers, please visit our website at http://www.lakenormankeepers.com/

 
 
 

CRF Covekeepers Help Build a Rain Garden at Shanklin Memorial Library

Rain garden drawingCRF's Lake Norman Covekeepers are working with the Lincoln Natural Resources Committee, the Florence Soule Shanklin Memorial Garden volunteers, and local garden clubs to built a demonstration rain garden at the Florence Soule Shanklin Memorial Library.  The Covekeepers have periodic workdays to perform maintenance.  Watch this website for information about future workdays.

 

 

Reporting Problems

 
For information about who to call to report problems in and around Lake Norman, click here.  For more information on Lake Norman click here
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Jul 21, 2015 Job Opening - CRF Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator
Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation is currently searching for a Volunteer/Outreach Coordinator.
Jul 21, 2015 Watch Your Kale Intake: This So-Called Superfood Might Actually Be Harmful
It has been found that kale contains heavy metal elements that are poisonous to your body
Jul 20, 2015 Members Gather for 2015 CRF Annual Meeting, State of the River
Great turnout Saturday at Cabela's in Fort Mill, South Carolina
Jul 07, 2015 Authorities Identify Coats American as Likely Source of Chemical Spill
July 2nd spill major concern for Lake James residents and killed 400 fish in 120-yard creek section, plus many more over two miles of North Fork Catawba River
Jul 07, 2015 Coal Ash Wednesday: Swimming in industry propaganda
Duke Energy hires a professional liar to represent their interests
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Report Pollution in the Catawba River

Help protect your River! 

Tell your Riverkeeper if you see:

  • Sewage Overflows
  • Failure to control sediment from construction sites
  • Illegal clearing of buffer areas
  • Fish kills 
  • Unpermitted discharges
  • Other issues that concern you

Click here to fill out a pollution report or to report water pollution to Catawba Riverkeeper by phone, call 1-888-679-9494 or 704-679-9494.  In addition, to informing your Riverkeeper, you should also report spills or contamination to federal, state and local environmental officials.

To report South Carolina water pollution call 1-888-481-0125.

To report North Carolina spills or fish kills, call your local regional Department of Environment & Natural Resources office during normal business hours (704-663-1699 for most Catawba basin areas or (828) 296-4500 for Burke, Caldwell, McDowell and other mountain counties) or 800-858-0368 after hours.  (For more information on NC spill reporting, click here)

Alliances

The Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation is a proud member of EarthShare North Carolina, the North Carolina Conservation Network, River Network and the Waterkeeper Alliance.  It also in in an alliance with Clean Air Carolina to address issues, such as sprawl, that cause air and water problems.

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