Register today for the 3rd annual Eno River Run!

January 28, 2013


Trail runners, join us for the third annual Eno River Run on October 25th.  Check out some photos from last year’s run here. There are two runs (6- and 11-mile) and they sell out each year, so sign up today for an autumn adventure at


Eno River Muralist paintings at West Point on the Eno

August 19, 2014

Oil Paintings by the Eno River Muralist Emily Eve Weinstein
at the Hugh Mangum Museum of Photography

West Point on the Eno, 5101 N. Roxboro Road, Durham, NC
Grand Closing: Sept. 14, 1 to 4 pm

Live Music, Book Signing & Refreshments
30% of all proceeds goes to the Eno River Association
For more information, contact Emily Eve Weinstein
919/402-0160-gallery  919/942-2607-studio /

Thousands Attend 35th Annual Festival

July 1, 2014

Festival Dancers 2014

With temperatures in the 80′s, we definitely won the weather lottery at this year’s Festival for the Eno. Thanks to the thousands of vendors, exhibitors, volunteers, and attendees for coming out in support of our watershed-wide conservation efforts!

If you missed the party but want to support water quality, wildlife, and getting kids off the couch and in touch with nature, it’s not too late! Click here or click on the Donate Now button on our homepage. It’s easy to make a secure gift that will have a positive and lasting impact on our community!

More Critical Land and Water Protected

June 18, 2014
Eno River at Freeman property photo by Mike Salemi

Eno River at Freeman property
photo by Mike Salemi

Over four acres was added to Eno River State Park in Durham County at the end of December, thanks to a land purchase completed by the Eno River Association last June. The Association also protected two more properties last September totaling 101 acres in Orange County. Approximately half this land adjoins Eno River State Park and protects Buckquarter Creek, a major tributary of the river.  The other half is located along the West Fork of Eno in Cedar Grove upstream of Hillsborough’s water supply. These projects would not have been possible without the generous support of our donors, the landowners, Orange County’s Lands Legacy Program, the Town of Hillsborough, the City of Raleigh, the US Endowment for Forestry and Communities, and the Conservation Trust for North Carolina.