NC (WITN) – Sound Rivers began its annual silent auction Friday morning.
Entitled “Bid for clean water”, the silent auction is virtual for the second consecutive year and open to the public.
The non-profit organization Sound Rivers was founded in 2015 by the merger of two local conservation organizations: Neuse Riverkeeper and Pamlico-Tar River Foundations.
The auction included items such as local artwork, outdoor adventure gear, vacation stays and dining packages in Greenville, New Bern and Tarboro.
Sound Rivers says its mission is to “preserve the health and beauty of the river through environmental justice.
The nonprofit organization is based in New Bern, Washington, and Raleigh.
The auction is open until November 19 at 5 p.m. and can be viewed here.
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