Carolina Canoe Club
|Contact:||Carolina Canoe Club Inc.
P.O. Box 12932
Raleigh, NC 27605
The Carolina Canoe Club is located in North Carolina, providing a resource for paddlers of all kinds - whitewater, flatwater, and oceanwater. We have over 700 members in North Carolina and other states who paddle anywhere you can find good water to paddle.
Catawba Relicensing (SC)
The relicensing of a string of dams on the Catawba River could restore the Great Falls of the Catawba, and bring massive public benefits throughout the watershed.
Cheoah River (NC)
AW and regional paddling clubs spent 5 years relicensing the dam on the Cheoah and scored a huge environmental and recreational victory.
Tuckasegee Relicensing (NC)
AW signed a settlement calling for new dam releases, sweeping conservation measures, new access, and the removal of Dillsboro Dam in North Carolina.
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FERC to Host Public Catawba Meetings
Catawba Releases to Begin this Summer!
Dillsboro Dam Removal Approved
Development Proposed on Wilson Creek (NC)
Comments Needed Supporting Dillsboro Dam Removal (NC)
Graham County NC Investing In the Cheoah River
Tuckasegee Delays Explained
Wilson Creek At-Risk Land To Be Protected (NC)
FERC Clears Way for Dillsboro Dam Removal
Dillsboro Dam Removal Update
Catawba Analysis Released, Meetings Planned
County To Attempt Dillsboro Dam Takeover (NC)
Judge Grants Permission for Dillsboro Dam Removal (NC)
Dillsboro Dam Removal (NC) Complete
Tallulah Releases (GA) For May 2011 Are Cancelled
Tallulah (GA) Update On Status Of Dam Repair Work
Paddlers Secure Chattooga Conservation Outcomes, But Remain Severely Limited
New Nantahala Hydropower License Issued!
Upper Nantahala and Cascades Releases (NC) – September 29-30, 2012
West Fork Tuck Releases Announced (NC)
State Clears Way for New Catawba River Dam License & Releases (NC/SC)