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Craft Beer Cruise on the Capt. JP III

… / Common Roots / Swiftwater / Mortalis / Barrier / Thin Man / LIC / Stoneyard / Singlecut / Sixpoint / Ithaca / Southern Tier / Crossroads / CH Evans / Community Beer Works / Royal Meadery / … Read More

Riverkeeper earns sixth-straight top rating from Charity Navigator

All of us at Riverkeeper are proud to share that Charity Navigator has rated us a 4-star charity, … Read More

7 municipalities join Riverkeeper in campaign to protect Hudson River drinking water supply

… drinking water for years to come.” Diane L. McCord, Supervisor, Town of Esopus, said: “The Indian meaning of Esopus is described as “Land of Flowing Waters and High Banks”. As the … Read More

Alec Baldwin is On a Mission to Save the Planet

Using the Clean Water Act To Address Pathogen Pollution

… to sample 160 locations in Hudson River tributaries, and at New York City-area water access points. The goal is to generate data that can help assess how close we are to meeting the Clean … Read More

Aging Nuclear Power Plant Must Close Before It Closes Us

MAP: How to safely enjoy the Hudson River

Nuclear plant owners to clean up oil spill in Hudson River

September Water Quality Report – Plus New NYC and Quassaick Creek Data

… at or near tributaries, including the Mohawk River and Patroon Creek in the Capital District, the Indian Kill at Norrie Point, Cedar Pond Brook at Stony Point and the Saw Mill River in Yonkers. We … Read More

Riverkeeper Receives Four-Star Charity Rating

All of us at Riverkeeper are proud to share that we’ve been rated by Charity Navigator as a … Read More
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