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Nearly 80 Service Projects Planned for 2014 Riverkeeper Sweep

Volunteers may now register online to join the third annual day of service for the Hudson River on Saturday, May 10, 2014 Learn More

Community leaders want NY rail oil shipment review

Columbia Aquanauts Hope Passion for Water Issues Has Ripple Effect

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Daryl Hannah arrested at White House protest

Riverkeeper’s 10 Biggest Victories in 2012

What a year! You gave Riverkeeper the ability tackle the biggest challenges facing our river and our drinking water. Thanks to your donations, your time and your activism, we can proudly reflect on a year of extraordinary success. Learn More

Double Your Gift to Riverkeeper’s Annual Fund

Photo courtesy Paul Bastin
Dear Friends, Do you love the Hudson River? Are you thankful for clean drinking water? Then this is hands-down the best time to make a donation in support of Riverkeeper, the organization that protects both. Today, Riverkeeper kicks off our annual fund drive with an exciting announcement: Our Board of Directors and Junior Council will match every dollar you donate by Dec. 31—up to $100,000! Please help us earn every matching dollar available by making a donation online today. As Charity Navigator has certified—and 46 years of victories against hundreds […] Learn More

Custom Hand-Crafted Hudson River Wildlife Fabric Wall Art

This fabric wall art is made especially for Riverkeeper by Group Hug Quilts, and designed and sewn in a small studio in New Jersey. These pieces are made by artist Samantha Nguyen, produced in limited numbers, and each one is unique with the artist’s initials hand-stitched on. The fabrics may vary from piece to piece along with the exact placement of the compositional elements, which means that your sturgeon, blue crab, or striped bass won’t look exactly the same as another. And that’s part of what makes it special. The […] Learn More

How You Can Help in the Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy

Riverkeeper’s lights are on, our servers are up and running, and despite the extraordinary damage on the Hudson Line, our office is fully staffed for the first time this week. Sadly, we can’t say the same for many of our friends and neighbors, and we want to urge you to help out if you can. Learn More

How to Donate to Riverkeeper During Workplace Giving Campaigns

As 2012 comes to a close, Riverkeeper encourages you to take advantage of workplace giving programs and make tax-deductible donations to non-profit organizations like ours. Learn More

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