Falls Lake

Raleigh to Spend $150,000 in Falls Lake Research

Raleigh and nearby municipalities will kick in funding for Falls Lake research after the state Environmental Commission rejected a state plan for controlling nutrient pollution, but many think the state should pay for the work.


Raleigh, Partners React as State Reduces Support for Water Supply

The North Carolina General Assembly eliminated tax credits and other funding to protect land in watersheds. The City of Raleigh and its partners are working to figure out new solutions to protect drinking water supplies from pollution. This story is the second of a two-part series about Raleigh’s efforts to protect its water supplies from nutrient pollution and sedimentation.