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A day of fun, history, music and food in the historic village of Irvington. More
Please join us for our monthly general meeting. All Gowanus CAG meetings are open to the public. Read more at https://gowanuscag.org. More
Please join us for our monthly general meeting. All Gowanus CAG meetings are open to the public. Read more at https://gowanuscag.org. More
Please check the Newtown Creek Community Advisory Group website for updates. More
Riverkeeper, New York’s Clean Water Advocate, will host its annual Fishermen’s Ball on May 17 at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers. The Ball will celebrate an historic year of clean water wins throughout New York State and raise critical funds for Riverkeeper More
This conference aims to introduce advanced high school students from our region to the problems and opportunities that define our water resources. Our inaugural conference will focus on PFOA. More
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Rally on the steps of City Hall – Friday May 12th, 12:30PM We encourage you to attend the May 12th hearing and testify against the industry’s “recycling bill” and in favor of a ban on foam food and beverage containers in New York City. There […] More
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In a monumental turn towards renewable energy, New York State has announced the early closure of Indian Point! Join us for a presentation and panel discussion on this hot topic. More
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Are you thirsty? Is it safe to use your water to wash your dishes? Is your water safe to use in cooking? Protect your drinking water! Let your voice be heard! More
On the first anniversary of the emergency declaration that put a spotlight on the City of Newburgh’s drinking water crisis, federal, state and city leaders joined Riverkeeper to call on the Department of Defense to take immediate steps to stop the flow of polluted water from the Stewart Air National Guard Base. More
This workshop will provide a detailed overview of specific laws and regulatory approaches for protecting water quality, including financing options for maintaining stormwater infrastructure and protecting streams. More
Map of relevant New York City waterways.
Map of relevant New York City waterways.
Lax Oversight Allows City and State to Evade Health Protections, Continue Massive Sewer Overflows More
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