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Capital District, Port of Albany: Signs of change

Slowly but surely the public is reconnecting with the Hudson River here. This Saturday morning, southbound from Troy to Kingston, I saw a “River Day Festival” in Troy in their new waterfront park, recreational rowers on the reach between Albany and Troy and a marathon in the Corning Preserve along the west bank in Albany. More and more people wanting to be on or next to the River. Also spotted along the shore: Wind turbine components on the dock in the Port of Albany waiting for an outbound ship. Learn More

Joint Effort to Investigate Underwater Hazards at Ossining’s Hudson River Beach

On Saturday, April 25, police dive team will investigate remnants of 50-year-old swimming dock Learn More

10 secret autumn walks in the valley

Ashokan Reservoir discharges into Lower Esopus Creek to be discussed May 12 at Ulster County Community College

Zany East River Pool Inches Toward Reality With Filtration Lab

The Nature of Things: Hutchinson River an afterthought?

Hudson Riverkeeper to be keynote speaker at Fund for a Better Waterfront’s annual fundraiser

City of Peekskill Partners with Riverkeeper, MetroNorth to Clean 5.7 Tons of Trash From Travis Cove

Volunteers to Clean Shoreline at Peekskill’s Travis Cove

Riverkeeper, Metro-North Railroad and City of Peekskill partner to remove trash ahead of project to provide public access to Hudson River Learn More