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Winter 2015
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Fly fishing for a cause

4/17/15 - Casting for Hope, a local nonprofit supporting women in Western North Carolina who are living with ovarian or other gynecological cancers, was hosting its flagship fundraiser, a Gold Level fly fishing competition... read more

Resource Institute helps restore stream in Lincolnton

2/13/15 - About 2,000 feet of stream will be restored in Lincolnton as the quality of water and eroding banks... read more

Mt. Airy Greenway Updates

12/18/14 - Greenway bids under budget
12/19/14 - Greenway benefits/future plans

Mount Airy Stormwater Project

4/25/14 - Those noticing the construction equipment at work in front of Mount Airy Middle School are seeing the beginning of what local officials hope will be an elegant, educational, and more natural alternative for storm water filtering... read more

College project takes new direction

The water and sewer project for the future community college site in Stokes has taken a new direction — more

Community college project in Stokes County moves forward

9/27/12 - Resource Institute is a partner in helping to plan the Stokes County Forsyth Tech more

Ararat Catch

A Day on the Ararat

Deriving its name from nearby mountains of the same name, the Ararat River flows from the Blue Ridge Parkway Mountains of Virginia more


Winter Fishing

Winter fishing in Western North Carolina can be as action-packed as skiing, read more

Tales from the Stream

An excerpt about fishing the Ararat from the February 2012 edition of Trout Tales: The newsletter of the Rocky River Chapter of Trout Unlimited. read more

Trout, trout, let them all out!

N.C. Wildlife Resource Commission stocks Ararat with rainbow, brook and brown trout, read more



Rocky Mountain Stream Restoration Conference

Mid-Atlantic Stream Restoration Conference

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