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- April 19, Noon – 4:00 PM, Pollinator Garden Planting, BASF
- April 21, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM, NRPA display, Historic Garden Week, Eclipse Area. Carolyn and Dick Barry’s Home, Wigneil Ext.
- April 21, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, NRPA and Kings Fork High School booth at Earth & Arts Festival, Westminster Reformed Presbyterian Church, Godwin Boulevard
- April 22, 2:00 – 4:00 PM, Earth Day on the Nansemond! Dedication Ceremony and Celebration – Sleepy Hole Park Riparian Buffer & Native Garden Demonstration Site Free and Open to the public
- May 6, 11:00 – 4:00 PM NRPA Exhibit, Mutt Strutt, Bennetts Creek Park
- May 7, 5:00 PM, NRPA Board Meeting
Seeking volunteers for the NRPA’s programs and activities. Please call 757-708-6114 if interested.
The mission of the Nansemond River Preservation Alliance is to raise public awareness and encourage environmental stewardship of the Nansemond River, Chuckatuck Creek, Bennett’s Creek …
The Nansemond River was named for the Native American tribe that fished its waters for thousands of years before European settlers arrived. In 1609, Captain John Smith sailed into the Nansemond River …
Nansemond Watershed Iniative Programs
Nansemond River Preservation Alliance is leading the efforts on several projects that residents can participate. Water Quality Monitoring Project–Begin sampling in November…
Make a Difference
Our mission is to work together with residents, government, business and civic/community organizations to better manage the environmental stewardship of the Nansemond River watershed…