Cape Fear River Watch will host a discussion about the region’s health and environmental issues. The State of the River forum will take place at Cape Fear Community College’s Windell Daniels Hall. There’s no cost to attend but attendees are asked to register in advance. The forum, which will also include work on realistic solutions, organizers said, is to educate the public and decision-makers and bring change. NC Black Alliance deputy director of programs, La’Meshia Whittington will provide closing remarks.