A vehicle crosses the Haw River, a tributary of Jordan Lake, on Church Road in Saxapahaw Tuesday. American Rivers, a national clean-river advocacy group, is adding the Haw on this year’s “most endangered” list with hopes of spurring a statewide cleanup initiative.
A vehicle crosses the Haw River, a tributary of Jordan Lake, on Church Road in Saxapahaw Tuesday. American Rivers, a national clean-river advocacy group, is adding the Haw on this year’s “most endangered” list with hopes of spurring a statewide cleanup initiative. cliddy@newsobserver.com
A vehicle crosses the Haw River, a tributary of Jordan Lake, on Church Road in Saxapahaw Tuesday. American Rivers, a national clean-river advocacy group, is adding the Haw on this year’s “most endangered” list with hopes of spurring a statewide cleanup initiative. cliddy@newsobserver.com

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April 11, 2014 10:32 AM

Haw River makes most endangered list

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