STAN Partners

Stop Titan Action Network is a coalition of seven organizations, along with thousands of citizens and over a hundred small businesses that are working together to oppose the proposed Titan Cement project. The seven organizations include the N.C. Coastal Federation, Cape Fear River Watch, Friends of the Lower Cape Fear, Citizens Against Titan, Penderwatch & Conservancy, the N.C. Chapter of the Sierra Club, Southern Environmental Law Center and Duke University’s Environmental Law & Policy Clinic.

NC Coastal Federation

North Carolina Coastal Federation is a citizen based non-profit organization founded in 1982 that works to protect and restore the coastal regions of North Carolina through education, advocacy and habitat preservation and restoration. website

Jennifer Salter: 910-540-3783,
Mike Giles: 910-231-6687,
Tracy Skrabal: 910-231-6601,

Cape Fear River Watch

Cape Fear River Watch is a non-profit organization founded in 1993 that works to protect and improve the water quality of the Lower Cape Fear River through environmental education, advocacy and action. website

Kemp Burdette: 910-264-8036,

PenderWatch & Conservancy

PenderWatch & Conservancy is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization founded in 1986 by residents of Hampstead to protect Pender County’s natural environment through environmental education and advocacy. 

Allie Sheffield: 910-382-4677,

Citizens Against Titan

Citizens Against Titan is a group of concerned citizens who believe that working at the grassroots level to unite our community opposition is an important element in keeping Titan Cement out of our community and that, by volunteering our time and energy to this cause, we will succeed in our efforts. website

Kayne Darrell: 910-612,9031,

The North Carolina Chapter of the Sierra Club

The North Carolina Chapter of the Sierra Club is a non-profit organization that was established in 1970 to advocate and educate across the state and in Raleigh for a clean, healthy North Carolina that is safe for both current and future citizens. website

Molly Diggins: 919-833-8467,

Southern Environmental Law Center

Southern Environmental Law Center is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1986 to advocate, protect and restore the quality of the land, air and water of the Southeast United States. SELC represents North Carolina Coastal Federation and Cape Fear River Watch. website

Geoff Gisler: 919- 967-1450,

Duke University Environmental Law & Policy Clinic
The Stop Titan Action Network receives legal advice and representation from the Duke Environmental Law & Policy Clinic, a joint enterprise of Duke University's Law School and Nicholas School of the Environment. The Clinic trains the next generation of environmental leaders while providing support to nonprofit organizations and clients involved in environmental conflicts. Its activities are conducted as part of the schools’ academic mission and do not represent an official endorsement or policy of Duke University. website

Michelle Nowlin: