Trees are such an important part of the Little Alamance Creek Watershed. This training is excellent for teachers and scout leaders to learn how to teach the importance of protecting and identifying trees to students in the K – 12 grades. Project Learning Tree Explore Your Environment K-8 Workshop Saturday, March 12, 2022 9am – […]
Come help us keep our lake clean and beautiful! Burlington Recreation & Parks along with Burlington’s Storm Water Division and Piedmont Triad Regional Council are hosting a paddle clean-up of the upper end of Mackintosh Lake. Clean-up volunteers who bring their own canoe or kayak will be able to launch for free and those volunteers […]
Thanks to all who came out and participated in Alamance Creek Week 2019! Big thanks to our sponsors, event organizers, and hosts as well! We are ecstatic that so many people came out to learn about, protect, and enjoy our waters in Alamance County this month Until next year!
Join staff at Alley, Williams, Carmen, & King, Inc., a local engineering, architecture, and surveying firm that specializes in stormwater control and water quality services, for an educational tour of the current and future stormwater control measures at City Park. The tour will begin at the City’s Aquatic Center at 2:00 pm and will include […]
Planning is in progress for the 1st Annual Alamance Creek Week this upcoming March 2018! Alamance Creek Week will be an exciting week of fun, learning, and volunteer opportunities across Alamance County that are all related to water quality and conservation. Alamance Creek Week will include a number of activities within the Little Alamance Creek […]
We had a wonderful group of people at our April 22nd 2017 Little Alamance Clean Up. We cleaned 1.39 miles of stream, and collected 738 pounds of trash!
Here are some pictures of our wonderful morning cleaning the creek. The weather cooperated and we had some beautiful scenery and saw some critters along the way, including a box turtle, a banded water snake, and some raccoon tracks. Most of these pictures are from Boyd Creek within the Little Alamance Creek watershed.
The City of Burlington, City of Graham and NCDOT plans to provide a stream side clean up of Little Alamance Creek and its tributaries. Please join all three partners to make a difference to water quality! Click on this Clean Up Flyer for more information.
The North Park Library will be hosting a Science Day at North Park! Come and join us for a stream clean up and then many fun stations to learn about water quality!
The City of Graham has been apart of the Jordan Lake Rules since there creation in 2009, and recently submitted their annual report, which helps supply important information about the communities within the Jordan Lake watershed to the Department of Environmental Quality.