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State of the River
Wilson Bay and the New RiverAbout State of the River
The State of the River is an annual program that examines the health of the New River, Wilson Bay, and tributaries. Stormwater Manager Pat Donovan-Brandenberg talks with local, county, and state experts on water quality, fishing, water sports, recreation, boating, and pollution prevention.

Watch State of the River Closer Looks
State of the River airs on G10TV and is available on the City's YouTube Channel.

Vimeo channel episodes include discussions on Water Quality, Environmental Protection, Fishing, Farming, History, Recreation on the River, Perspectives and Living Along the River.


Video Highlights


Cigarette Butt Pollution


 State of the River Feature Video - Alligator Weed Prevention


Jacksonville N.C. - a Caring Community - Home of Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River
New River Boaters