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Raising awareness to civil atrocities, civil inequalities, and Constitutional injustices occurring within the state of North Carolina…

Humane Lobby Day Sign Up Sponsered by NC Humane Society

Posted by RiseNC on March 6, 2014

It is time again for Humane Lobby Day but this year will be a bit different.  Like last year we will hold an “In District Lobby Day” so that animal advocates can meet with legislators in their home district.  The new twist is that In District Lobby Day will be held before the primaries and before session begins!  This provides an opportunity for you to talk with candidates and show legislators just how important regulations for commercial dog breeders will be to the animal advocate community this session.

Please gather up friends and family that would like to speak for the animals and join us on April 4th in your home district where you will meet up with other animal advocates and provide a voice for the animals.  Legislators will also be interested in local issues!  This is a good time to talk about what is happening for animals in your community.

Sign UP Here

Kimberley Alboum
NC State Director, State Affairs
kalboum@humanesociety.org
t 919.744.5093     f 919.388.3827 voice is critical!

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Good News from NCWRC

Posted by RiseNC on March 6, 2014

Round two for deer birth control plan on Bald Head

Deer Relocated to Cherokee

Tribe replenishing western North Carolina deer population

And as always with the good news comes more bad news

Controlled hunt in Emerald Isle reduces deer population by 50

Bear hunting now allowed in all Piedmont counties

John Wooding, guest columnist, says bear-baiting is a bad idea

Why is the NCWRC looking to stop the spread of Black Bears into the Piedmont

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RiseNC.org Statements

Posted by RiseNC on February 1, 2013

Please note that on several websites it says that I am against hunting.  I am not a hunter but by no means am I against Hunters.  I do understand that first of all most hunters are ethical and believe in fair chase in a natural environment. I have done enough research about NCWRC and the management of our wildlife in NC to know that it is the hunters that are paying for so very much to protect our wildlife.  Thank you NC’s HUNTERS.

I, nor any person/volunteers with RiseNC.org, can promote fund-raising for any cause at this time as RiseNC.org is not an established non-profit organization.  RiseNC is a group of volunteers who are trying to make changes for the better management of wildlife in NC.  I fear at this time our campaign may be hindered if we attach ourselves with any group, individual, or organization collecting monies.

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