Monitoring Environmental Changes in the Chowan River Basin
Chowan Edenton Environmental Group
is organized exclusively for charitable, scientific and education purposes. Regular meetings are held to plan community events, discuss relevant environmental issues for this region, and build collaboration strategies with local and statewide partners.
Support and conduct non-partisan research on environmental issues including water quality in the Albemarle Sound.
Provide informational activities to increase public awareness of environmental issues and concerns in the community.
Advocate citizen and agency level remedial measures to reduce environmental pollution and degradation.
It’s the right time for small community organizations, to stand up, raise our hand, and say we’d like to be involved at a much deeper level
Colleen Karl, CEEG Chair
Be a Citizen Scientist
The Great Heterocyst Count Project
Jump in and help with a special project for the Albemarle Sound region of North Carolina. This citizen science project can help build a database of cyanobacteria bloom events correlated to specific characteristics of the algal cells at certain times of the year.
Current CEEG Happenings
Power to the People
The communities along the Chowan River and Albemarle Sound in northeastern North Carolina have a centuries-old connection to the region’s many waterways.
Monitoring water quality costs money. We gladly accept donation to cover equipment use, laboratory fees and public programs. CEEG is a 501(3)(c) organization and all donations are tax deductible. CEEG’s EID is 83-0509145.
Send a check to
P.O. Box 271
Tyner, NC 27980
Or donate online via PayPal
Chowan River Basin
By the Numbers
Board of Directors
Are you interested in learning more about CEEG, getting involved or just have questions? Contact us and we’ll be glad to start a conversation.
PO Box 271
Tyner, NC 27980