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Coalition files appeal to federal courts to review Algonquin gas pipeline

Vision for Wappinger Creek inspired by old battles

SUNY Cobleskill and Riverkeeper Team Up Again to Monitor Mohawk River Water Quality

Exploring the plight of migratory fish

Pilgrim Pipeline not favored by environmentalists

Groups ask Thruway Authority, DEC to suspend review of unviable Pilgrim Pipelines

Contact: Kate Kiely, Deputy Director, National Media, NRDC, 212 727 4592, or kkiely@nrdc.org Cliff Weathers, Communications Director, Riverkeeper, 914 478 4501, Ext. 239, or cweathers@riverkeeper.org Hayley Carlock, Director of Environmental Advocacy, Scenic Hudson, 845 891 3148, or hcarlock@scenichudson.org Roger Downs, Conservation Director, Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter, 518 426 9144, or roger.downs@albany.twcbc.com HUDSON VALLEY, N.Y.—Leading environmental groups opposing the proposal to build two 168-mile oil pipelines through the heart of the Hudson Valley sent a letter to the New York State Thruway Authority and the New York State Department of Environmental […]

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Cities, villages in New York state can block oil pipeline, coalition says

Rondout Creek Watershed Summit to be held March 29

Pilgrim oil pipelines threaten N.J.’s drinking water

Citizen Science Opportunity: American Eel Project with the Department of Environmental Conservation

Eel Project
Participants in the DEC American Eel Project. (Photo credit, Department of Environmental Conservation)
Join this effort to monitor this invaluable species. The American eel project follows scientific field methodology and is an opportunity for students and volunteers to engage with their local ecosystem firsthand, collect crucial data, and have a lot of fun!

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