Raleigh, NC, October 07, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The time is now to rebuild North Carolina’s economy, clean up the environment and protect the state’s access to drinking water for generations to come. Central Park N.C. (http://centralparknc.org/), a nonprofit organization designed to promote a new economy based on the sustainable use of natural resources in eight counties in Central North Carolina, has announced the release of a podcast with Executive Director Nancy Gottovi. In the podcast, Gottovi speaks to North Carolina’s River of Opportunity, a campaign to bring jobs to the state and preserve the life and natural beauty of the Yadkin River. The podcast is available for download at http://bit.ly/Ui7DSr.
The River of Opportunity is a grassroots movement in support of North Carolina’s plan to attract jobs, fund education, strengthen communities and build local industries like tourism and outdoor sports. For more information about the River of Opportunity and how to donate or become involved, visit http://www.riverofopportunity.org.
“We tend to take natural resources, especially those that are provided through waterways, for granted,” said Gottovi. “Central Park N.C. believes that the River of Opportunity is a rare chance for us to gain control of the Yadkin River, a major natural resource in North Carolina, and ensure that we use it in the best interests of the state’s entire population.”
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About Central Park N.C.:
Central Park N.C. is a nonprofit organization designed to promote a new economy based on the sustainable use of natural resources in the eight counties in the center of North Carolian. Central Park N.C. focuses on the growth of small businesses and developing a strong and dependable regional infrastructure for the central region of North Carolina. In 2005, the organization launched the STARworks Center for Creative Enterprise to better serve the creative, agricultural and alternative energy sectors of the region’s economy. Central Park N.C. hosts an annual gathering at the STARworks Center to discuss environmental stewardship, the critical elements of an emerging regional economy and utilizing the state’s precious natural resources. For more information, visit the Central Park N.C. website at http://www.centralparknc.org.
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