Eno River Currents Summer 2018

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ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

Our mission is to conserve and protect the natural, cultural and historic resources of the Eno River basin. BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Your Support is Helping to Expand the Blue Indigo Slopes Nature Preserve

Alanna Howard, President Milo Pyne, Vice-President David Singleton, Treasurer Bercedis Peterson, Secretary

Make Memories at the Eno River A few weeks ago, while the redbuds were still blooming and the dogwoods were just coming out, I was out in the woods near the river at dusk. As I stood admiring the fresh hints of green beginning to light up the woods, a Cooper’s Hawk swooped in and landed on a low branch about 15 feet from me. I watched as he swept the ground all around with his sharp hawk eyes, clearly checking for potential supper options. Near the base of the tree, there was a pile of small branches and sticks. The hawk glided to the ground and spent several minutes walking around the edges of the pile, poking his head inside and even squirming halfway in one point. I’m sure some small animal was cowered as close to the ground as it could get, trying to be invisible. It must have worked because after a couple of minutes the hawk flew off into the woods, empty handed. Since the early days of the Eno River Association, personal experiences with the river have motivated people to protect the Eno. For more than fifty years, your support has helped expand special places such as Blue Indigo Slopes Nature Preserve by building community and nurturing connections with the outdoors. Festival for the Eno is a great opportunity to make connections. I invite you to learn about hands-on ways to protect the Eno through land stewardship workdays, to visit a historic working mill, and to discover which animal belongs to those tracks you see along the trail. Meet skilled local craft artists, enjoy the music, and, of course, take a walk along the river - and maybe get your feet wet. See you there!

Sara Childs Kathy Bonner Barbara Driscoll Jo Fisher Carson Harkrader Helen Kalevas Joe Liles JoEllen Mason Mark O’Neal Holly Reid Pete Schubert

Hoary Puccoon

EMERITUS

Don Cox Nancy Gustaveson Duncan Heron

STAFF

Robin Jacobs

Executive Director

Stephanie Panlasigui Director of Conservation

Carrie Kovalick

Director of Development

Greg Bell

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This spring, the Eno River Association (ERA) expanded our Blue Indigo Slopes Nature Preserve to almost five acres. Located within a state significant Natural Heritage Area, the addition will help protect the rare plants that grow along the banks of Eno River. These rare flower species include Blue Wild Indigo, Hoary Puccoon, and Godfrey’s Thoroughwort.

the US Army Corps of Engineers and managed by the NC Botanical Garden. The NC Department of Agriculture, Plant Conservation Program (NCPCP) also owns and manages land close by and has assisted with our management to enhance Blue Indigo Slopes, including a prescribed burn to help restore the natural ecosystem in 2012. With the help of local elementary school students, NCPCP and the Botanical Garden collaborated with us on a restoration project funded by the Burt’s Bees Greater Good Foundation to collect and germinate native plant seeds for outplanting back at the preserve in 2016. We are grateful to the landowners for making this expansion possible and to our donors and volunteers, whose donations to our Margaret C. Nygard Land Acquisition Fund were critical to this acquisition.

In 1986, Blue Indigo Slopes was acquired by the ERA, the first property destined to stay as an ERA owned and managed nature preserve. It is across the river from Penny’s Bend Nature Preserve, owned by

Festival Director

Dave Cook

Education and Outreach Coordinator

Hillary Bruce

Create Lasting Legacy It takes vigilance,a hard work, and a network of

Carolee Helgesen

It takesforests, vigilance, hard work, and a resilient network for of caring water, and communities and generous friends to keep our water, forests, generations to come. The future of the Eno and communities forasgenerations River will be resilient as strong we make itto come. The future of the Eno River will be as strong as we make it — together. — together.

Associate Director of Development and Communication Volunteer Coordinator

Jannette Morris

AmeriCorps Conservation and Education Coordinator

Kate VanVorst

Assistant Festival Coordinator

Whitney Rush

Education and Outreach Intern

Cover: Blue Wild Indigo by Patrick Coin

caring and generous friends to keep our

If you have included us in your estate If you have—included us inYou your estate planning thank you! are one planning of our — thank you! You are one of our Eno River Association Eno River Association Visionaries, a group of Visionaries, a group of thoughtful people who thoughtful people who have designated have designated to Association. the Eno RiverIf deferred gifts todeferred the Enogifts River Association. If you haven’t yet told do so you haven’t yet told us, please dous,soplease we can we can celebrate you. celebrate you.

Planned gifts of any size can make a difference

Planned any size can time maketo a difference —and itgifts onlyoftakes a little name the — Eno and it only takes a little time to name Eno River River Association in your will, trust,the retirement Association in your will, trust, retirement plan or plan or insurance designation. insurance designation.

To discuss any of these options, please

To discussour anyDevelopment of these options, pleaseCarrie contact contact Director our Development Director, Carrie Kovalick, at Kovalick at 919-620-9099, x201 or 919-620-9099, x201 or carrie@enoriver.org. carrie@enoriver.org.


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ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

Our mission is to conserve and protect the natural, cultural and historic resources of the Eno River basin. BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Your Support is Helping to Expand the Blue Indigo Slopes Nature Preserve

Alanna Howard, President Milo Pyne, Vice-President David Singleton, Treasurer Bercedis Peterson, Secretary

Make Memories at the Eno River A few weeks ago, while the redbuds were still blooming and the dogwoods were just coming out, I was out in the woods near the river at dusk. As I stood admiring the fresh hints of green beginning to light up the woods, a Cooper’s Hawk swooped in and landed on a low branch about 15 feet from me. I watched as he swept the ground all around with his sharp hawk eyes, clearly checking for potential supper options. Near the base of the tree, there was a pile of small branches and sticks. The hawk glided to the ground and spent several minutes walking around the edges of the pile, poking his head inside and even squirming halfway in one point. I’m sure some small animal was cowered as close to the ground as it could get, trying to be invisible. It must have worked because after a couple of minutes the hawk flew off into the woods, empty handed. Since the early days of the Eno River Association, personal experiences with the river have motivated people to protect the Eno. For more than fifty years, your support has helped expand special places such as Blue Indigo Slopes Nature Preserve by building community and nurturing connections with the outdoors. Festival for the Eno is a great opportunity to make connections. I invite you to learn about hands-on ways to protect the Eno through land stewardship workdays, to visit a historic working mill, and to discover which animal belongs to those tracks you see along the trail. Meet skilled local craft artists, enjoy the music, and, of course, take a walk along the river - and maybe get your feet wet. See you there!

Sara Childs Kathy Bonner Barbara Driscoll Jo Fisher Carson Harkrader Helen Kalevas Joe Liles JoEllen Mason Mark O’Neal Holly Reid Pete Schubert

Hoary Puccoon

EMERITUS

Don Cox Nancy Gustaveson Duncan Heron

STAFF

Robin Jacobs

Executive Director

Stephanie Panlasigui Director of Conservation

Carrie Kovalick

Director of Development

Greg Bell

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This spring, the Eno River Association (ERA) expanded our Blue Indigo Slopes Nature Preserve to almost five acres. Located within a state significant Natural Heritage Area, the addition will help protect the rare plants that grow along the banks of Eno River. These rare flower species include Blue Wild Indigo, Hoary Puccoon, and Godfrey’s Thoroughwort.

the US Army Corps of Engineers and managed by the NC Botanical Garden. The NC Department of Agriculture, Plant Conservation Program (NCPCP) also owns and manages land close by and has assisted with our management to enhance Blue Indigo Slopes, including a prescribed burn to help restore the natural ecosystem in 2012. With the help of local elementary school students, NCPCP and the Botanical Garden collaborated with us on a restoration project funded by the Burt’s Bees Greater Good Foundation to collect and germinate native plant seeds for outplanting back at the preserve in 2016. We are grateful to the landowners for making this expansion possible and to our donors and volunteers, whose donations to our Margaret C. Nygard Land Acquisition Fund were critical to this acquisition.

In 1986, Blue Indigo Slopes was acquired by the ERA, the first property destined to stay as an ERA owned and managed nature preserve. It is across the river from Penny’s Bend Nature Preserve, owned by

Festival Director

Dave Cook

Education and Outreach Coordinator

Hillary Bruce

Create Lasting Legacy It takes vigilance,a hard work, and a network of

Carolee Helgesen

It takesforests, vigilance, hard work, and a resilient network for of caring water, and communities and generous friends to keep our water, forests, generations to come. The future of the Eno and communities forasgenerations River will be resilient as strong we make itto come. The future of the Eno River will be as strong as we make it — together. — together.

Associate Director of Development and Communication Volunteer Coordinator

Jannette Morris

AmeriCorps Conservation and Education Coordinator

Kate VanVorst

Assistant Festival Coordinator

Whitney Rush

Education and Outreach Intern

Cover: Blue Wild Indigo by Patrick Coin

caring and generous friends to keep our

If you have included us in your estate If you have—included us inYou your estate planning thank you! are one planning of our — thank you! You are one of our Eno River Association Eno River Association Visionaries, a group of Visionaries, a group of thoughtful people who thoughtful people who have designated have designated to Association. the Eno RiverIf deferred gifts todeferred the Enogifts River Association. If you haven’t yet told do so you haven’t yet told us, please dous,soplease we can we can celebrate you. celebrate you.

Planned gifts of any size can make a difference

Planned any size can time maketo a difference —and itgifts onlyoftakes a little name the — Eno and it only takes a little time to name Eno River River Association in your will, trust,the retirement Association in your will, trust, retirement plan or plan or insurance designation. insurance designation.

To discuss any of these options, please

To discussour anyDevelopment of these options, pleaseCarrie contact contact Director our Development Director, Carrie Kovalick, at Kovalick at 919-620-9099, x201 or 919-620-9099, x201 or carrie@enoriver.org. carrie@enoriver.org.


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ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

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Meet Volunteer, Donor, and Board Member Alanna Howard What do you wish other people knew about Eno River Association? The amount we’ve accomplished over the last several years is astonishing. To date we’ve conserved over 7,000 acres, we’ve prepared and opened up the Confluence Natural Area (which is a gorgeous piece of property) to the public, for you all to come and enjoy it, and this coming Fall we will be improving hiking trails at three of our properties in Durham.

Confluence Natural Area Opens to the Public Thank you for helping to protect and preserve the places we love forever. The Confluence Natural Area officially opened to the public on May 5. Over 150 people gathered at the site, located in Hillsborough off Highland Farm Road, for a ribbon cutting ceremony and several guided hikes. The size of the Confluence exceeds 200 acres and is part of a Nationally Significant Natural Heritage Area. It provides habitat for wildlife including beavers, deer, and turtles, and protection of the water quality in the Eno River, which is a drinking water source for hundreds of thousands of people downstream. It buffers over 20,000 feet of stream frontage and has a long history as a family farm dating back to the 1700s. This fall, with the support of Burt’s Bees Greater Good Foundation, we will begin construction on a pollinator garden. Native plants will provide food for pollinators like bees, butterflies, birds, and more. We will also continue to improve the trails, offer additional interpretive hikes, and grow our summer camps for kids and teens. The Confluence Natural Area is open Saturday and Sunday from dawn to dusk. Visit our website for details and to plan your visit.

Tell me how you first got involved in with Eno River Association? It started with my parents. My father is a retired District Interpretation & Education Specialist for NC State parks, and Eno was one of the parks in his district. Margaret Nygard, Eno River Associations founder, asked him to help with the festival, and that’s when he learned about the organization. At the time Margaret was pretty much the Association, and since they didn’t have me, they had plenty of free time, so they felt that was a good way to give back by volunteering, etc. They were at the Nygard house helping so often, and she fed them so much, Holger Nygard, Margaret’s husband, called them “the boarders”, which they’re still trying to decide if it is a compliment or not... They found out they were pregnant a week after the 1990 festival. I’ve been involved ever since and have never missed a festival. What is your current role(s) with the organization and what does it involve? I’m the current president of the Eno River Board of Directors and was previously vice president. I preside over board meetings and monitor the progress of committees. I position the board to support Robin, the Executive Director, and staff in executing the goals of our strategic plan.

We can’t do it without our supporters, but I know you all hear that from many organizations in a given day or week. What makes Eno different? What we’ve protected is not going anywhere. When you support Eno and help us conserve a piece of property, it will be there for your kids, your grandkids, their kids, and beyond. How many other groups can make that kind of commitment? Also, we throw a great annual festival, and if you’re going to be hot in July, you might as well be near a river, with friends and family, eating great food and listening to awesome music. What would you tell someone who is thinking about (donating, volunteering, etc.)? Join us - we’re a fun, passionate group with a strong history and many plans for the future. Get involved with the ERA; you’ll be glad you did! What might (someone) be surprised to know about you? I’m a second-generation Eno supporter, and the youngest president the organization has had. It’s a reminder to bring your kids outdoors - instill that love of nature at a young age, encourage the whole family to volunteer, and nurture that love of the outdoors, so they become lifelong supporters of the environment who understand the value of land and ecosystem protection.


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ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

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Meet Volunteer, Donor, and Board Member Alanna Howard What do you wish other people knew about Eno River Association? The amount we’ve accomplished over the last several years is astonishing. To date we’ve conserved over 7,000 acres, we’ve prepared and opened up the Confluence Natural Area (which is a gorgeous piece of property) to the public, for you all to come and enjoy it, and this coming Fall we will be improving hiking trails at three of our properties in Durham.

Confluence Natural Area Opens to the Public Thank you for helping to protect and preserve the places we love forever. The Confluence Natural Area officially opened to the public on May 5. Over 150 people gathered at the site, located in Hillsborough off Highland Farm Road, for a ribbon cutting ceremony and several guided hikes. The size of the Confluence exceeds 200 acres and is part of a Nationally Significant Natural Heritage Area. It provides habitat for wildlife including beavers, deer, and turtles, and protection of the water quality in the Eno River, which is a drinking water source for hundreds of thousands of people downstream. It buffers over 20,000 feet of stream frontage and has a long history as a family farm dating back to the 1700s. This fall, with the support of Burt’s Bees Greater Good Foundation, we will begin construction on a pollinator garden. Native plants will provide food for pollinators like bees, butterflies, birds, and more. We will also continue to improve the trails, offer additional interpretive hikes, and grow our summer camps for kids and teens. The Confluence Natural Area is open Saturday and Sunday from dawn to dusk. Visit our website for details and to plan your visit.

Tell me how you first got involved in with Eno River Association? It started with my parents. My father is a retired District Interpretation & Education Specialist for NC State parks, and Eno was one of the parks in his district. Margaret Nygard, Eno River Associations founder, asked him to help with the festival, and that’s when he learned about the organization. At the time Margaret was pretty much the Association, and since they didn’t have me, they had plenty of free time, so they felt that was a good way to give back by volunteering, etc. They were at the Nygard house helping so often, and she fed them so much, Holger Nygard, Margaret’s husband, called them “the boarders”, which they’re still trying to decide if it is a compliment or not... They found out they were pregnant a week after the 1990 festival. I’ve been involved ever since and have never missed a festival. What is your current role(s) with the organization and what does it involve? I’m the current president of the Eno River Board of Directors and was previously vice president. I preside over board meetings and monitor the progress of committees. I position the board to support Robin, the Executive Director, and staff in executing the goals of our strategic plan.

We can’t do it without our supporters, but I know you all hear that from many organizations in a given day or week. What makes Eno different? What we’ve protected is not going anywhere. When you support Eno and help us conserve a piece of property, it will be there for your kids, your grandkids, their kids, and beyond. How many other groups can make that kind of commitment? Also, we throw a great annual festival, and if you’re going to be hot in July, you might as well be near a river, with friends and family, eating great food and listening to awesome music. What would you tell someone who is thinking about (donating, volunteering, etc.)? Join us - we’re a fun, passionate group with a strong history and many plans for the future. Get involved with the ERA; you’ll be glad you did! What might (someone) be surprised to know about you? I’m a second-generation Eno supporter, and the youngest president the organization has had. It’s a reminder to bring your kids outdoors - instill that love of nature at a young age, encourage the whole family to volunteer, and nurture that love of the outdoors, so they become lifelong supporters of the environment who understand the value of land and ecosystem protection.


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ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

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Thanks to our Stewardship Volunteers! F FO OR R T TH HE E

WEST POINT ON THE ENO, DURHAM CITY PARK

Each summer the Festival for the Eno audiences have enjoyed memorable artistic performances, a juried craft market, interactive demonstrations, and nature-themed activities for kids and adults.

Our stewardship volunteers work year-round to protect natural ecosystems and increase access to natural spaces in the Eno River Basin.

It is such a pleasure to co-lead the ERA

In 2017, Eno River Association land stewardship volunteers logged in an impressive 1,444 hours! Whether removing invasive species, replanting native species, creating vibrant habitats for native plants and wildlife, building and maintaining trails, or educating the community about conservation, our volunteers deserve big thanks for their hard work.

program. People come to knock out

If you’re a local trail user or local business, we’d love to have you involved. Contact Stephanie Panlasigui at (919) 620-9099 ext. 206, or email Stephanie@enoriver.org. No experience required!

activities through Burt’s Bees’ Live the Greater Good employee volunteer some volunteer hours picking up trash or pulling invasive species, which absolutely is valuable work. It’s almost without fail, on these days, that I get to see people really connect with something wonderful and unexpected. I’m happy to contribute to the physical labor; but the really valuable work to me is just creating space for people to connect with the woods.

On Wednesday, July 4 and Saturday, July 7 the Eno River Association will host another epic Festival for the Eno. If last year is any indication, this year’s event is sure to be an incredible time!

I’m a firm believer that encounters with wildness free us a little and give some much needed space to breathe.

Celebrating its 39th year, the Festival for the Eno promotes awareness and raises funds to protect the Eno River, expand access to public parks, and provide high-quality environmental education programs to children and adults.

- Kevin Reiner Sr. Regulatory Affairs Specialist R&D Global Stewardship Burt’s Bees

For tickets or to volunteer visit www.enofest.org Over 70 Bands on 5 Stages This Year’s Festival for the Eno will feature

Bowerbirds

Ruby Velle & the Soulphonics

Cheick Hamala Diabate Lucy Dacus Lonnie Holley African American Dance Ensemble Orquestra Gardel Young Bull Dawn Landes Gospel Jubilators Africa Unplugged Kate Rhudy Skylar Gudasz ...and many more!

We loved having BioMerieux at Penny’s Bend for a workday in November 2017 removing invasive Chinese Privet and litter along the river.

Volunteers cleaned up the Eno by picking up trash and recycling at West Point on the Eno for Durham Creek Week, March 2018.

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ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

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Thanks to our Stewardship Volunteers! F FO OR R T TH HE E

WEST POINT ON THE ENO, DURHAM CITY PARK

Each summer the Festival for the Eno audiences have enjoyed memorable artistic performances, a juried craft market, interactive demonstrations, and nature-themed activities for kids and adults.

Our stewardship volunteers work year-round to protect natural ecosystems and increase access to natural spaces in the Eno River Basin.

It is such a pleasure to co-lead the ERA

In 2017, Eno River Association land stewardship volunteers logged in an impressive 1,444 hours! Whether removing invasive species, replanting native species, creating vibrant habitats for native plants and wildlife, building and maintaining trails, or educating the community about conservation, our volunteers deserve big thanks for their hard work.

program. People come to knock out

If you’re a local trail user or local business, we’d love to have you involved. Contact Stephanie Panlasigui at (919) 620-9099 ext. 206, or email Stephanie@enoriver.org. No experience required!

activities through Burt’s Bees’ Live the Greater Good employee volunteer some volunteer hours picking up trash or pulling invasive species, which absolutely is valuable work. It’s almost without fail, on these days, that I get to see people really connect with something wonderful and unexpected. I’m happy to contribute to the physical labor; but the really valuable work to me is just creating space for people to connect with the woods.

On Wednesday, July 4 and Saturday, July 7 the Eno River Association will host another epic Festival for the Eno. If last year is any indication, this year’s event is sure to be an incredible time!

I’m a firm believer that encounters with wildness free us a little and give some much needed space to breathe.

Celebrating its 39th year, the Festival for the Eno promotes awareness and raises funds to protect the Eno River, expand access to public parks, and provide high-quality environmental education programs to children and adults.

- Kevin Reiner Sr. Regulatory Affairs Specialist R&D Global Stewardship Burt’s Bees

For tickets or to volunteer visit www.enofest.org Over 70 Bands on 5 Stages This Year’s Festival for the Eno will feature

Bowerbirds

Ruby Velle & the Soulphonics

Cheick Hamala Diabate Lucy Dacus Lonnie Holley African American Dance Ensemble Orquestra Gardel Young Bull Dawn Landes Gospel Jubilators Africa Unplugged Kate Rhudy Skylar Gudasz ...and many more!

We loved having BioMerieux at Penny’s Bend for a workday in November 2017 removing invasive Chinese Privet and litter along the river.

Volunteers cleaned up the Eno by picking up trash and recycling at West Point on the Eno for Durham Creek Week, March 2018.

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ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

When you combine children with nature, the greatness of exploration comes alive.

Meet Our Partner: North Coast Brewing Company

– The Laukam Family

Founded in 1988 in California, North Coast Brewing is a Certified B Corp and a California Benefit Corporation whose mission is to make the world a better place one pint at a time. With a lineup of beers including Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout, Red Seal Ale, Scrimshaw Pils and their Belgian style ales, Brother Thelonious and PranQster, North Coast Brewing Company pioneering brewing efforts along with their focus on sustainable practices have established them as leaders in the craft beer community.

Hands On & Feet Wet Experiential Learning Along the Eno Now in its 11th year, iWalk the Eno Summer Science and Nature Day Camp provides hands-on, feetwet discovery of the Eno River for children ages 8 to 12 at Eno River State Park. This summer, campers will build dams, catch bugs, canoe, identify animal scat (look that one up), go fishing, cast tracks, measure box turtles, and a whole bunch more. At iWalk, the campers are led by certified teachers, environmental educators, and park rangers, which ensures quality STEMfocused learning while also having a blast! This July also marks the launch of our new program, Eno River Field Station. A science academy for middle and high school students at

the Confluence Natural Area, Field Station will focus on research in environmental science, zoology, botany, and conservation. A sample of what the students will experience includes banding hummingbirds, inventorying of native plants, assessing the weather, learning wild sounds of the night, and canoeing to the headwaters of the Neuse. Certified teachers will lead groups of students working alongside researchers, scientists, and conservationists. We are grateful to the Burroughs Wellcome Fund and Duke Energy Foundation who help us provide these dynamic programs at a low cost to local youth.

President and Co-founder Mark Ruedrich’s more than 50 year family ties to the Triangle area have played a big part in the brewery’s support of area non-profits including Eno River Association, Preservation North Carolina, Moorefields Jazz Festival and the Beaufort Historical Association. However, family ties (Mark’s sister-in-law is former longtime Eno River Association Development Director, Cynthia Satterfield) are only part of the story. The Eno River Association’s mission to preserve the

Visit www.enoriver.org to learn more about our summer camps and year round education programs.

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natural, historical and cultural resources of the Eno watershed aligns it closely with the brewery’s social and environmental goals.

We’re proud to lend our support to raising awareness of this exceptional place and thrilled at the chance to share our beers at every opportunity with the likeminded followers of the Eno River Association. –Mark Ruedrich


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ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

When you combine children with nature, the greatness of exploration comes alive.

Meet Our Partner: North Coast Brewing Company

– The Laukam Family

Founded in 1988 in California, North Coast Brewing is a Certified B Corp and a California Benefit Corporation whose mission is to make the world a better place one pint at a time. With a lineup of beers including Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout, Red Seal Ale, Scrimshaw Pils and their Belgian style ales, Brother Thelonious and PranQster, North Coast Brewing Company pioneering brewing efforts along with their focus on sustainable practices have established them as leaders in the craft beer community.

Hands On & Feet Wet Experiential Learning Along the Eno Now in its 11th year, iWalk the Eno Summer Science and Nature Day Camp provides hands-on, feetwet discovery of the Eno River for children ages 8 to 12 at Eno River State Park. This summer, campers will build dams, catch bugs, canoe, identify animal scat (look that one up), go fishing, cast tracks, measure box turtles, and a whole bunch more. At iWalk, the campers are led by certified teachers, environmental educators, and park rangers, which ensures quality STEMfocused learning while also having a blast! This July also marks the launch of our new program, Eno River Field Station. A science academy for middle and high school students at

the Confluence Natural Area, Field Station will focus on research in environmental science, zoology, botany, and conservation. A sample of what the students will experience includes banding hummingbirds, inventorying of native plants, assessing the weather, learning wild sounds of the night, and canoeing to the headwaters of the Neuse. Certified teachers will lead groups of students working alongside researchers, scientists, and conservationists. We are grateful to the Burroughs Wellcome Fund and Duke Energy Foundation who help us provide these dynamic programs at a low cost to local youth.

President and Co-founder Mark Ruedrich’s more than 50 year family ties to the Triangle area have played a big part in the brewery’s support of area non-profits including Eno River Association, Preservation North Carolina, Moorefields Jazz Festival and the Beaufort Historical Association. However, family ties (Mark’s sister-in-law is former longtime Eno River Association Development Director, Cynthia Satterfield) are only part of the story. The Eno River Association’s mission to preserve the

Visit www.enoriver.org to learn more about our summer camps and year round education programs.

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natural, historical and cultural resources of the Eno watershed aligns it closely with the brewery’s social and environmental goals.

We’re proud to lend our support to raising awareness of this exceptional place and thrilled at the chance to share our beers at every opportunity with the likeminded followers of the Eno River Association. –Mark Ruedrich


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ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

Thanks to all of our members for supporting us over the years. We salute each of you. Through your financial support the important work of Eno River Association continues. If you made a contribution of $500 or more between January 01, 2017 and May 15, 2018 and your name does not appear on this list, please notify us at 919-620-9099, x201. Wildflower Society $500 and Over Aaron, Meredith, & Winslow Stoertz Adele & Willard Gidwitz Family Foundation Aimee Tattersall Alexa McKerrow & Milo Pyne Alice & George Horton Amy & David Turner Amy McSwain & Garrick Skalski Andrew Balber & Frances Kerr Ann Bushyhead & John Valentine Ann Colosia Anna & Chris Lynch Anthony & Paula Adams Anthony & Stella Schomberg Fund of Triangle Community Foundation Ariana Pancaldo & Michael Salemi Barbara & Tom Driscoll Barbara Baker & Don Kritsch Barry & Diana Phillips Barry & Robin Jacobs Barry Johnson & Susan Van Eyck Bascom Hall McKay & Frances Clayton McKay Charitable Fund of Triangle Community Foundation Benjamin Hollifield & Nancy Vogler Bess Stephanz Betsy Blair & Dale Evarts Bill & Carol Charping Bill & Gwen Reid Bonnie Wright & Martin Eakes Bonny Moellenbrock & Michael Lowry Brenda Brodie Brian & Julie Reo Brian McGiverin Bruce & Jessica Pitner Burroughs Wellcome Fund Carol Anderson Carol Rist Carole & Lawrence Ostrowski Carson Harkrader & Gary Kueber Cathy & Randolph Lambe Charles & Jean Wilson Cheryl & Kent Wicker Chris Eubank & Lisa McQuay Christine O’Donnell Christy & Jim Gudaitis Cliff & Lynn Leath Corinna & Gordon Herbert Dale & John Fluke David & Judi Wilkinson David & Lissa Lutz David Roswell & Margaret Heraty Dawn & Joel Battiste

Don & Judy Cox Donna Baird Dr. Lail’s Fund for Children of Triangle Community Foundation Duncan Heron Elizabeth Dyer & Art Mines Elizabeth Robbins Elvira & Tom Howard Epting and Hackney Erica Rothman Frances McKay Fred & Cathy Myers Fred Dietrich & Jenny Tenor Gail Freeman & Susan Gidwitz Gavril Huiber Gayle Boyarsky & Walter Fowler Gene & Susan Carlone George & Rosemary Kolasa George and Alice Horton Fund of Triangle Community Foundation George Ehrhardt Grace Jones Richardson Testamentary Trust Grant & Vivian Varner Greg Beck Guenevere Abernathy & Michael Lemanski Heather Beard James & Dorothy Gerard James and Mildred Wilkinson Charitable Foundation Inc. James Brosnan Jean Anderson Jeanne & Bob Chamberlin Jeanne Blackburn Jeffrey & Lynne Koweek Jeffrey Chase & Nonna Skumanich Jennifer Maher Jennifer McDuffie & Hal Kuhns Jennifer Peifer & Nicholas Plummer Jill & Tom Bashore Joe & Melissa Marion Joel Bulkley John & Margaret March John Garrison & Alanna Howard John Koester John Manuel & Catherine Murphy John Pearson & Gail Goodling John Petranka & Sally Gewalt John Pye & Eva Schroeder John Washburn Jonas & Maggie Monast Jonathan & Sarah Hodges Julia Tyler

Julie & Richard Mooney Karen McLachlan Kathleen & Todd Shapley-Quinn Kenneth Schmader & Renee Weisner Kevin Magill & Merywen Wigley Kevin Reiner Larry Bohs & Elizabeth Searles-Bohs Laurie McNeil & Pat Wallace Linda & Thomas McCurdy Lisa Hatch Lisa Nadler & Deborah Pilkington Lonna & Richard Harkrader Lucy Wilson & Chris Richmond Lynn & David Harrington Lynn Bowlby & Neal Ready Lynne Clark Madeleine McBroom Marc Fowler & Carolyn Norris Marcia & Mark O’Neal Marcia Eickmeier Margaret & Peter Schubert Mariah Umstead Mary & Michael Czysz Mary & William Purdy Mary Love May & Paul Gabrielson Mary Panek Mary Preslar & Raleigh Roark Matt Kopac Melissa Clepper-Faith Meredith and Will Marley, Shimar Recycling Michael & Amanda Klein Michelle Nowlin & John Tallmadge Natalie & William Barbour Pamela Morse Patricia & Louis Kohler Peter & Isabel Calingaert Peter & Ona Pickens Phyllis & Robert Andrews Ralph & Marie Liebelt Rand Allingham & Anna Stout Rhonda & Stephen Tsotsoros Richard Low & Anne Almond Rick Burt Rob & Sally Jackson Robert & Vicki Nebes Robin Godwin Rush Childs & Sara DiBacco Childs Ryan & Rebekah Kelly Ryan Dant Sam Jackson & Sarah Geer Sandra Cook & Chuck Darsie Sandy Davison Sarah Fish Scott & Sarah Sipe,

Carolina Academic Press, Inc. Shirley Drechsel & Wayne Vaughn Stephen Wainwright Steve Booth & Mary Lou Rollins Stu and Stevie Stewart Stuart Paynter & Linda Swain Sue Regier Susan & Thomas Carson Susan DeLaney Fund of Triangle Community Foundation Sylvia Scott The Jonathan T. and Kayla J. Stewart Charitable Fund of Triangle Community Foundation Thomas Narten & Susan Rodger Thomas Struhsaker & Theresa Pope Tom & Lynn Davison Truman & Connie Semans Tweedy Tattersall Uli Hartmond & Sara Stratton Virginia Gilbert William & Ann Kirkland William & Kristin Anderson

The following lists recognize donors who made contributions to special funds between October 1, 2017 and May 15, 2018

Memorials

Alexander Kenan Given by Ann Miller Allen Lloyd & Margaret Nygard Given by Barry & Diana Phillips Becky Heron Given by Jane & Phil Korest Bob Mularczyk Given by David & Kerry Burch Brion Valashinas Given by Andina Anderson, Ronald Bartosh William Crager & Envestnet Berwyn Michael Damas, Laura Gieson Sharon Gupta, Zachary Madden Richard Morganti, Laura Swerchesky Andrea Tippett, Eric Townsend Allison Valentor Cynthia & Craig Wiltshire David & John Schulz Given by Mark Schulz Dorothy Graham Given by Alison O’Reilly Edward Panek Given by Mary Panek

Eileen Lillian Saper Given by Leslie & Cheryl Saper Florence Shackelford, Marion Sands, Peter Gebel, & Susan Rose Given by Don & Judy Cox Jonathan Steere Given by Denean & Kenneth Brooks, Jr. Katherine Daley The Larson Family Jim & Briana Lyndon Carol & William Lyndon Stefanie & Michael Monahan Peter & Susan Steere Ann Tillery & Whitfield Lee Judith Rendall Given by David Rendall Judy Martell Given by Lynn Maguire Kermit Gilbert Given by Thomas Diamond, Virginia Gilbert Lois Colosia Given by Barbara Reed & Leslie Wilson Odette “Honey” Briggs Given by Lynn & David Harrington Peggy Jane Warren Satterfield Given by Cynthia Satterfield Philip Wayne Arcuni Given by Kent & Cheryl Wicker Ron Witt Given by Caroline Bruzelius & Anders Wallace Seth Reice Given by Sheila Evans Tweedy Tattersall Given by Nancy Bloom Lynne Clark Jim & Dorothy Gerard Jane Hunt Leslie Killeen & Ken Pugh Beverly & John Manifold Janie Morris Shauna Butler Saunders Sylvia Scott Clare Steece-Julich & Alan Julich Chary & Bob Sundstrom Wallace Burke Given by Sara & Randall Corriher Wayne Cash Given by Linda Cash, Ned & Linda Morrell Thomas Spector

Honorarium Aaron Sebens Given by Melanie Schrage Alice & Richard Ellington Given by Elizabeth Ellington Ann Zener Given by Katharine Rossier & Jeff Dietterle Anthony Weston Given by Aviva Starr & Sherry Samuels Autumn & Robert Simm Given by Douglas Simm

Ava Udvadia Given by Brian Antczak Aviva Starr & Sherry Samuels Given by Amy Halberstadt Bess Stephanz Given by Lynn & David Harrington Carrie Kovalick Given by Alice Alexander Chris Gilchrist Given by Holly Leddy Chris Richmond & Lucy Wilson Given by Ann & Harry Wilson Chris Richmond & Lucy Wilson Given by Harry Wilson Christopher Hoffman Given by Lucy & Charlie Squires Cynthia Satterfield Given by Heidi & Andrew Hannapel David Monson Given by Bonnie Monson David Roche Given by Scott & Virginia O’Brien David Droppo Given by Linda & Steve Post Daya Breckenridge Given by Jane Hundley Dianne Freund Given by Stefan Zauscher & Elizabeth Paley Donna Deal Given by Mindy Reese & Bill Warlick Ellen & Tom Bacon Given by Norm & Sonna Loewenthal Harvey Eno Cain Given by Nick Cain & Sarah Cade Joan Peck & Judy Dearlove Given by Martha Graham Joyce Kurpiers & Tim Kelly Given by Eileen Kurpiers & Stephen Crum Karen Hahn Given by Rosanne Weidaw Kurt Schlimme Given by William Schlimme Lara Goodrich Ezor & Zachary Ezor Given by Danielle Ezor Lorin & Roger Kaplan Given by John Stephens & Renee Zimmerman Marcia Eickmeier Given by Lynn Wilson & Paul Killough Millie Snider Given by Dennis Noble Steve Schafer Given by Robert Carter Steve Schafer Given by Chloe Carter-Schafer Thomas Land Fowler Given by Grant Fowler

Allen Lloyd Fund for the Protection of the Upper Eno Aimee Tattersall Bill & Carol Charping Chris Richmond & Lucy Wilson Cynthia Walker Margaret & Geoffrey Wainwright Nancy Goodwin Remus Smith & Ann Burton

Confluence Fund

Aimee Tattersall Arianne & Jeffrey Hartsell-Gundy Barbara & Tom Driscoll Betty Lou Chaika Beverly & John Manifold Chary & Bob Sundstrom Clare Steece-Julich & Alan Julich Eric Pedersen George & Alice Horton Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation Gretchen Wolf & Daniel Deter Jamie Hagerbaumer Jane Hunt Janie Morris Jim & Dorothy Gerard Joel Bulkley Leslie Killeen & Ken Pugh Lynne Clark Nancy Bloom Patricia Dickinson Shauna Butler Saunders Sylvia Scott The Wilkinson Family

Margaret C. Nygard Land Acquisition Fund Alanna Howard & John Garrison Alice & Richard Ellington Alison Marquis & Kevin Meyer Ann Miller Anna Stout & Rand Allingham Anne Slifkin & Michael Freemark Asta Crowe Barbara Barr Barbara Eldredge Beverly & David Moser Bob Westby & Marie Crock Bradley Anderson Caroline Bruzelius & Anders Wallace Marc Fowler & Carolyn Norris Chloe Carter-Schafer Connie & Truman Semans Cynthia Satterfield Darcie Smith & Eric Bauer David Holloway Don & Judy Cox Donna Baird Binnie & Jim Davis Elizabeth Ellington Elizabeth & Albert Harris Elvira & Tom Howard Eric Forslin Eric Pedersen Erin & Douglas Hensel

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Forest Hazel George & Rosemary Kolasa Grant Fowler Guenevere Abernathy & Michael Lemanski Halle Amick James Brosnan James Smith Jane Caserta Jean Spooner Jeanne Miles Blackburn Jerry Clem & Lynn Karatz Jim and Christy Gudaitis Joanie Alexander John & Terry Wall Judy Kincaid & Phil Lehman Karen, Tim, & Timothy Avants Kathy & Gary Palmer Laura Dickerson Laura & Marc Fraioli Lynn Wilson and Paul Killough Maidi Hall Margaret Ehle Margaret & Tim Sanford Mariah Umstead Mark & Marcia O’Neal Matt, Kathy, & Kira Hoover Melissa Clepper-Faith Mike Salemi & Ariana Pancaldo Mitchell Moehring Natalie & Stacy Barbour Pete Hall Richard Stern Roberta & Eddie Cone Ryan & Rebekah Kelly Sandra Cook & Chuck Darsie Scott Herman-Giddens & Supatra Campbell Scott & Sarah Sipe, Carolina Academic Press Ted & Siv Dossett Todd & Edna Gambling Tricia Smith Trish Kohler Uli Hartmond & Sara Stratton Virginia Gilbert Wayne & Pat Walker

Land Stewardship Fund Alanna Howard & John Garrison Christine Eckermann-Ross & Kip Ross Cliff & Lynn Leath David & Althea Stanford Dawn & Joel Battiste Durham Merchants Association Charitable Foundation Fox Family Foundation Jayne Stuart Jody Maxwell Kaylor Garcia Kirsten Mullen Melanie Schrage Molly & Ed Dougherty Pamela George & Dave Austin Pete & Margaret Schubert Peter Larsen The Burt’s Bees Greater Good Foundation William Schlimme


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ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

ENO RIVER Newsletter | Summer 2018

Thanks to all of our members for supporting us over the years. We salute each of you. Through your financial support the important work of Eno River Association continues. If you made a contribution of $500 or more between January 01, 2017 and May 15, 2018 and your name does not appear on this list, please notify us at 919-620-9099, x201. Wildflower Society $500 and Over Aaron, Meredith, & Winslow Stoertz Adele & Willard Gidwitz Family Foundation Aimee Tattersall Alexa McKerrow & Milo Pyne Alice & George Horton Amy & David Turner Amy McSwain & Garrick Skalski Andrew Balber & Frances Kerr Ann Bushyhead & John Valentine Ann Colosia Anna & Chris Lynch Anthony & Paula Adams Anthony & Stella Schomberg Fund of Triangle Community Foundation Ariana Pancaldo & Michael Salemi Barbara & Tom Driscoll Barbara Baker & Don Kritsch Barry & Diana Phillips Barry & Robin Jacobs Barry Johnson & Susan Van Eyck Bascom Hall McKay & Frances Clayton McKay Charitable Fund of Triangle Community Foundation Benjamin Hollifield & Nancy Vogler Bess Stephanz Betsy Blair & Dale Evarts Bill & Carol Charping Bill & Gwen Reid Bonnie Wright & Martin Eakes Bonny Moellenbrock & Michael Lowry Brenda Brodie Brian & Julie Reo Brian McGiverin Bruce & Jessica Pitner Burroughs Wellcome Fund Carol Anderson Carol Rist Carole & Lawrence Ostrowski Carson Harkrader & Gary Kueber Cathy & Randolph Lambe Charles & Jean Wilson Cheryl & Kent Wicker Chris Eubank & Lisa McQuay Christine O’Donnell Christy & Jim Gudaitis Cliff & Lynn Leath Corinna & Gordon Herbert Dale & John Fluke David & Judi Wilkinson David & Lissa Lutz David Roswell & Margaret Heraty Dawn & Joel Battiste

Don & Judy Cox Donna Baird Dr. Lail’s Fund for Children of Triangle Community Foundation Duncan Heron Elizabeth Dyer & Art Mines Elizabeth Robbins Elvira & Tom Howard Epting and Hackney Erica Rothman Frances McKay Fred & Cathy Myers Fred Dietrich & Jenny Tenor Gail Freeman & Susan Gidwitz Gavril Huiber Gayle Boyarsky & Walter Fowler Gene & Susan Carlone George & Rosemary Kolasa George and Alice Horton Fund of Triangle Community Foundation George Ehrhardt Grace Jones Richardson Testamentary Trust Grant & Vivian Varner Greg Beck Guenevere Abernathy & Michael Lemanski Heather Beard James & Dorothy Gerard James and Mildred Wilkinson Charitable Foundation Inc. James Brosnan Jean Anderson Jeanne & Bob Chamberlin Jeanne Blackburn Jeffrey & Lynne Koweek Jeffrey Chase & Nonna Skumanich Jennifer Maher Jennifer McDuffie & Hal Kuhns Jennifer Peifer & Nicholas Plummer Jill & Tom Bashore Joe & Melissa Marion Joel Bulkley John & Margaret March John Garrison & Alanna Howard John Koester John Manuel & Catherine Murphy John Pearson & Gail Goodling John Petranka & Sally Gewalt John Pye & Eva Schroeder John Washburn Jonas & Maggie Monast Jonathan & Sarah Hodges Julia Tyler

Julie & Richard Mooney Karen McLachlan Kathleen & Todd Shapley-Quinn Kenneth Schmader & Renee Weisner Kevin Magill & Merywen Wigley Kevin Reiner Larry Bohs & Elizabeth Searles-Bohs Laurie McNeil & Pat Wallace Linda & Thomas McCurdy Lisa Hatch Lisa Nadler & Deborah Pilkington Lonna & Richard Harkrader Lucy Wilson & Chris Richmond Lynn & David Harrington Lynn Bowlby & Neal Ready Lynne Clark Madeleine McBroom Marc Fowler & Carolyn Norris Marcia & Mark O’Neal Marcia Eickmeier Margaret & Peter Schubert Mariah Umstead Mary & Michael Czysz Mary & William Purdy Mary Love May & Paul Gabrielson Mary Panek Mary Preslar & Raleigh Roark Matt Kopac Melissa Clepper-Faith Meredith and Will Marley, Shimar Recycling Michael & Amanda Klein Michelle Nowlin & John Tallmadge Natalie & William Barbour Pamela Morse Patricia & Louis Kohler Peter & Isabel Calingaert Peter & Ona Pickens Phyllis & Robert Andrews Ralph & Marie Liebelt Rand Allingham & Anna Stout Rhonda & Stephen Tsotsoros Richard Low & Anne Almond Rick Burt Rob & Sally Jackson Robert & Vicki Nebes Robin Godwin Rush Childs & Sara DiBacco Childs Ryan & Rebekah Kelly Ryan Dant Sam Jackson & Sarah Geer Sandra Cook & Chuck Darsie Sandy Davison Sarah Fish Scott & Sarah Sipe,

Carolina Academic Press, Inc. Shirley Drechsel & Wayne Vaughn Stephen Wainwright Steve Booth & Mary Lou Rollins Stu and Stevie Stewart Stuart Paynter & Linda Swain Sue Regier Susan & Thomas Carson Susan DeLaney Fund of Triangle Community Foundation Sylvia Scott The Jonathan T. and Kayla J. Stewart Charitable Fund of Triangle Community Foundation Thomas Narten & Susan Rodger Thomas Struhsaker & Theresa Pope Tom & Lynn Davison Truman & Connie Semans Tweedy Tattersall Uli Hartmond & Sara Stratton Virginia Gilbert William & Ann Kirkland William & Kristin Anderson

The following lists recognize donors who made contributions to special funds between October 1, 2017 and May 15, 2018

Memorials

Alexander Kenan Given by Ann Miller Allen Lloyd & Margaret Nygard Given by Barry & Diana Phillips Becky Heron Given by Jane & Phil Korest Bob Mularczyk Given by David & Kerry Burch Brion Valashinas Given by Andina Anderson, Ronald Bartosh William Crager & Envestnet Berwyn Michael Damas, Laura Gieson Sharon Gupta, Zachary Madden Richard Morganti, Laura Swerchesky Andrea Tippett, Eric Townsend Allison Valentor Cynthia & Craig Wiltshire David & John Schulz Given by Mark Schulz Dorothy Graham Given by Alison O’Reilly Edward Panek Given by Mary Panek

Eileen Lillian Saper Given by Leslie & Cheryl Saper Florence Shackelford, Marion Sands, Peter Gebel, & Susan Rose Given by Don & Judy Cox Jonathan Steere Given by Denean & Kenneth Brooks, Jr. Katherine Daley The Larson Family Jim & Briana Lyndon Carol & William Lyndon Stefanie & Michael Monahan Peter & Susan Steere Ann Tillery & Whitfield Lee Judith Rendall Given by David Rendall Judy Martell Given by Lynn Maguire Kermit Gilbert Given by Thomas Diamond, Virginia Gilbert Lois Colosia Given by Barbara Reed & Leslie Wilson Odette “Honey” Briggs Given by Lynn & David Harrington Peggy Jane Warren Satterfield Given by Cynthia Satterfield Philip Wayne Arcuni Given by Kent & Cheryl Wicker Ron Witt Given by Caroline Bruzelius & Anders Wallace Seth Reice Given by Sheila Evans Tweedy Tattersall Given by Nancy Bloom Lynne Clark Jim & Dorothy Gerard Jane Hunt Leslie Killeen & Ken Pugh Beverly & John Manifold Janie Morris Shauna Butler Saunders Sylvia Scott Clare Steece-Julich & Alan Julich Chary & Bob Sundstrom Wallace Burke Given by Sara & Randall Corriher Wayne Cash Given by Linda Cash, Ned & Linda Morrell Thomas Spector

Honorarium Aaron Sebens Given by Melanie Schrage Alice & Richard Ellington Given by Elizabeth Ellington Ann Zener Given by Katharine Rossier & Jeff Dietterle Anthony Weston Given by Aviva Starr & Sherry Samuels Autumn & Robert Simm Given by Douglas Simm

Ava Udvadia Given by Brian Antczak Aviva Starr & Sherry Samuels Given by Amy Halberstadt Bess Stephanz Given by Lynn & David Harrington Carrie Kovalick Given by Alice Alexander Chris Gilchrist Given by Holly Leddy Chris Richmond & Lucy Wilson Given by Ann & Harry Wilson Chris Richmond & Lucy Wilson Given by Harry Wilson Christopher Hoffman Given by Lucy & Charlie Squires Cynthia Satterfield Given by Heidi & Andrew Hannapel David Monson Given by Bonnie Monson David Roche Given by Scott & Virginia O’Brien David Droppo Given by Linda & Steve Post Daya Breckenridge Given by Jane Hundley Dianne Freund Given by Stefan Zauscher & Elizabeth Paley Donna Deal Given by Mindy Reese & Bill Warlick Ellen & Tom Bacon Given by Norm & Sonna Loewenthal Harvey Eno Cain Given by Nick Cain & Sarah Cade Joan Peck & Judy Dearlove Given by Martha Graham Joyce Kurpiers & Tim Kelly Given by Eileen Kurpiers & Stephen Crum Karen Hahn Given by Rosanne Weidaw Kurt Schlimme Given by William Schlimme Lara Goodrich Ezor & Zachary Ezor Given by Danielle Ezor Lorin & Roger Kaplan Given by John Stephens & Renee Zimmerman Marcia Eickmeier Given by Lynn Wilson & Paul Killough Millie Snider Given by Dennis Noble Steve Schafer Given by Robert Carter Steve Schafer Given by Chloe Carter-Schafer Thomas Land Fowler Given by Grant Fowler

Allen Lloyd Fund for the Protection of the Upper Eno Aimee Tattersall Bill & Carol Charping Chris Richmond & Lucy Wilson Cynthia Walker Margaret & Geoffrey Wainwright Nancy Goodwin Remus Smith & Ann Burton

Confluence Fund

Aimee Tattersall Arianne & Jeffrey Hartsell-Gundy Barbara & Tom Driscoll Betty Lou Chaika Beverly & John Manifold Chary & Bob Sundstrom Clare Steece-Julich & Alan Julich Eric Pedersen George & Alice Horton Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation Gretchen Wolf & Daniel Deter Jamie Hagerbaumer Jane Hunt Janie Morris Jim & Dorothy Gerard Joel Bulkley Leslie Killeen & Ken Pugh Lynne Clark Nancy Bloom Patricia Dickinson Shauna Butler Saunders Sylvia Scott The Wilkinson Family

Margaret C. Nygard Land Acquisition Fund Alanna Howard & John Garrison Alice & Richard Ellington Alison Marquis & Kevin Meyer Ann Miller Anna Stout & Rand Allingham Anne Slifkin & Michael Freemark Asta Crowe Barbara Barr Barbara Eldredge Beverly & David Moser Bob Westby & Marie Crock Bradley Anderson Caroline Bruzelius & Anders Wallace Marc Fowler & Carolyn Norris Chloe Carter-Schafer Connie & Truman Semans Cynthia Satterfield Darcie Smith & Eric Bauer David Holloway Don & Judy Cox Donna Baird Binnie & Jim Davis Elizabeth Ellington Elizabeth & Albert Harris Elvira & Tom Howard Eric Forslin Eric Pedersen Erin & Douglas Hensel

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Forest Hazel George & Rosemary Kolasa Grant Fowler Guenevere Abernathy & Michael Lemanski Halle Amick James Brosnan James Smith Jane Caserta Jean Spooner Jeanne Miles Blackburn Jerry Clem & Lynn Karatz Jim and Christy Gudaitis Joanie Alexander John & Terry Wall Judy Kincaid & Phil Lehman Karen, Tim, & Timothy Avants Kathy & Gary Palmer Laura Dickerson Laura & Marc Fraioli Lynn Wilson and Paul Killough Maidi Hall Margaret Ehle Margaret & Tim Sanford Mariah Umstead Mark & Marcia O’Neal Matt, Kathy, & Kira Hoover Melissa Clepper-Faith Mike Salemi & Ariana Pancaldo Mitchell Moehring Natalie & Stacy Barbour Pete Hall Richard Stern Roberta & Eddie Cone Ryan & Rebekah Kelly Sandra Cook & Chuck Darsie Scott Herman-Giddens & Supatra Campbell Scott & Sarah Sipe, Carolina Academic Press Ted & Siv Dossett Todd & Edna Gambling Tricia Smith Trish Kohler Uli Hartmond & Sara Stratton Virginia Gilbert Wayne & Pat Walker

Land Stewardship Fund Alanna Howard & John Garrison Christine Eckermann-Ross & Kip Ross Cliff & Lynn Leath David & Althea Stanford Dawn & Joel Battiste Durham Merchants Association Charitable Foundation Fox Family Foundation Jayne Stuart Jody Maxwell Kaylor Garcia Kirsten Mullen Melanie Schrage Molly & Ed Dougherty Pamela George & Dave Austin Pete & Margaret Schubert Peter Larsen The Burt’s Bees Greater Good Foundation William Schlimme


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UPCOMING EVENTS September 2018 Wildflower Society Event October 2018 Jambor-Eno Eno River Run

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Festival for the Eno Wednesday, July 4 and Saturday, July 7 Daily 10:00 a.m. - 6 p.m. West Point on the Eno | Durham, NC

December 2018 Holiday Hullabaloo – our annual meeting, calendar celebration, and end-of-year party. January 2019 New Year’s Day Hike For more information about upcoming events visit our website www.enoriver.org.

Live Music by 70 Bands | Beer Garden | Demonstrations Kids Activites | Juried Craft Show The Festival for the Eno raises awareness and funds to protect and restore exceptional places that provide our region with clean water and healthy forests, wildlife and natural areas, and open space. Visit enofest.org for details and to buy tickets.