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Climate rally planned Oct. 17 on Walkway

Kingston residents responding to real threats posed by oil transit

Over 600 Pounds of Garbage Cleaned Up

Riverfest V Returns With More Bands and Food

Newburgh Rowing Club Hosts Annual Riversweep

2,000 volunteers net 40 tons of shoreline trash in a day – Riverkeeper pledges year-round Campaign for a Trash Free Hudson

Riverkeeper is announcing a sustained, year-round campaign to make the waters trash-free after tallying the results of its largest ever shoreline cleanup effort Saturday, May 9 – when 40 tons of debris were removed from the Hudson Valley and New York City shorelines in a single day. Learn More

Day of Service for the Hudson: Sweep Results Are In

Nick Zachos from Hudson Sloop Club - DG
Thanks to the great effort of more than 2,000 volunteers and dozens of community partners, here’s a recap of the work done on Friday and Saturday, in one hundred locations spanning hundreds of miles of shoreline from Brooklyn to Troy. Learn More

Volunteers Help Fill 200 Trash Bags Along Hudson River in Albany

Riverkeeper Sweep cleans up 100 sites along local rivers

John McEnroe, volunteers ‘Sweep’ the shoreline of Randall’s Island

John McEnroe is joined by Riverkeeper's Dana Gulley in clearing the shoreline of Randall's Island of invasive plants and trash.
Friday's event kicks off the 4th annual Riverkeeper Sweep; 100+ projects will take place Saturday from NYC to the Capital District Learn More