Holy Ghost Tent Revival will Headline Moon River Fundraiser

March 6, 2014

Stars to Align for May 17 Dance Party Sponsored by North Coast Brewing

Block out the evening of Saturday May 17 and get your dance moves ready for this celestial event downtown in the Trotter Building at 410 W. Geer Street Durham. Join us for the revelry, great music, plenty of beer and wine, and lots of great food catered by Durham’s own Sage and Swift. We’re currently recruiting sponsors for the event, so if you’re interested, please click here for Moon River Sponsor Info. And keep checking this website for ticket and other information as we get closer to the date. Be there or be square!

Enjoy Earth Day at the Eno- come celebrate with us on April 26th

April 7, 2014

Join us at the river for an afternoon of exploration on the Eno!Earth Day

  • Community art project
  • Guided hike by the river
  • Catching river critters
  • Wildlife display
  • Free popsicles! (pack your own picnic)

Bring a chair or blanket to sit on, round up your friends and neighbors, and come learn about the river, its waters and wildlife and celebrate Earth Day on the Eno!

Eno River State Park, Few’s Ford
Noon- 4:oo pm

Questions? Email education@enoriver.org. Free, no registration needed.

Make plans to join us at the Festival for the Eno

April 7, 2014

The annual Festival for the Eno is taking shape- mark your calendars for July 4th & 5th! The Festival is a great way to share your love of the Eno with friends, family, and neighbors. Whether you want to volunteer, shop at the fine craft booths, chow down on yummy Festival food, splash in the Eno with your kids, dance in the Meadow, or just relax with some great music, the Festival for the Eno has always provided a great place to connect with nature and help support the Eno River Association. Spread the word and Save the Date!

Register Now for iWalk the Eno Camp!

January 22, 2014

SPACES ARE STILL AVAILABLE in our  iWalk the Eno Science and Nature Camp this June, but space is limited! Register your third, fourth, and fifth graders now for a week of inspired outdoor adventures at Eno River State Park & West Point on the Eno. This camp program is a hands-on feet-wet learning experience. Campers will develop basic science skills, do a stewardship project, hike around, go canoeing, and have a lot of fun outdoors. Visit iwalktheeno.org to learn more and Apply Now!

iWalk River Splash

More Critical Land and Water Protected

June 26, 2013
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 just protected two more properties 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.