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Gwendolyn Chambers

Join us as we celebrate A Living River at Riverkeeper's Annual Fishermen's Ball. Honoring Debbie Harry and Pace Environmental Law. More
The Eleventh Symposium on the physical aspects of the Mohawk Watershed will highlight recent and on-going work in the watershed with oral and poster presentations. More
Please come to this board meeting to show your support for the Clean Air Law, or write to the Coeymans Supervisor, Phil Crandall, to thank him and his board for their action. More
Fish on the Move, will explore new understanding of “traditional” movement ecology (e.g., diadromy), climate change-induced shifts in species ranges, as well as movements of invasive species. More
Join Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies for a conversation on how drug pollution impacts freshwater quality, the rise of antibiotic-resistant superbugs, and the health of river and stream life. More
Join us for a special screening of “Hope on the Hudson,” a series of three short films by National Geographic filmmaker Jon Bowermaster that highlight some of the uplifting stories in the decades long struggle to save the Hudson River and the communities who cherish and depend on it. More
The New York District, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the City of New York, with Congressman Tom Suozzi, are hosting a scoping meeting for the New York and New Jersey Harbor and Tributaries (NY NJ HATS) Study. More
Storm barriers hearing this Wednesday October 17th
Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce, Senator Terrence Murphy and the Hudson Valley Marine Association will be hosting an informational hearing on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers storm barrier proposal. Various speakers will be presenting including Jessica Roff, Riverkeeper’s Director of Advocacy and Engagement. […] More
Despite being formed over a year ago, and with an October 2 deadline looming, the state’s Drinking Water Quality Council has yet to make any recommendations for Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) for toxic chemicals like PFOA, PFOS and 1,4-dioxane in drinking water. More
Basilica Hudson and the Good Work Institute present an evening of film, music, readings and conversation to learn about and discuss what we need to do as a community to preserve the earth at this crucial moment in our region and planet’s future. More
Wynantskill alewives
Join us for an eye-opening film about Riverkeeper’s efforts to restore habitat in the Hudson River by removing obsolete dams. Stay for a panel discussion and Q&A, refreshments and mingling. More
Join us as we celebrate the 2018 Riverkeeper Water Quality sampling season and the volunteers along the Mohawk River who helped to make it all happen. More

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