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Join the Hudson River Watershed Alliance for the December edition of their Mid-Hudson Watershed Breakfast Lecture Series. The December breakfast will focus on keeping Asian Carp out of the Hudson River and will feature a talk by Stuart Findlay, Ph.D., Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies. More
Join the Rondout Creek Watershed Alliance for their last meeting of 2019 as they celebrate with cider, donuts, and other treats.  We will also host a brainstorming session to outline our final steps in the creation of our brochure to be ready for 2020. More
Project WASTE (Water and Street Trash Elimination) is one of the Bronx River Alliance's Citizen Science stewardship projects focused on source-reduction of trash pollution. As of June 2016, there have been two installed trash booms that capture floatable trash in the Bronx River - one maintained by the DEP and the other by Alliance staff and volunteers. More
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Join the Hudson River Watershed Alliance for a lecture about the daylighting of Patroon Creek. More
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Mitch Waxman has explored and photographed the architecture and landscape of Newtown Creek and serves as historian of the Newtown Creek Alliance, and will describe the rich history, industrial use and environmental challenges in the area, at a lecture. More
Participate in a forum on the future of New York City's waterfront specifically focused on Ferries, Cruises & Transportation of Humans More
Participate in a forum on the future of New York City's waterfront specifically focused on the Working Waterfront and Transportation of Goods More
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Participate in a forum on the future of New York City's waterfront specfically focused on Water Quality and Natural Resources. More
Join the Saw Kill Watershed Community for their next meeting on Wednesday, November 20 from 7pm-8:30pm at the Elmendoph Inn in Red Hook. The meeting will feature presentations from the Moodna Creek Watershed Intermunicipal Council and from the Bard Water Lab. More
The Guardians of Flushing Bay is partnering with their neighbors at Mikkeller NYC Brewing in Citi Field to celebrate dragon boaters and friends of the waterfront as the season comes to an end. Stop by Mikkeller NYC from 5-8pm on Nov 14th and enjoy: More
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Join Hudson Valley Green Drinks for their December gathering focused on restoring biodiversity and abundance - undamming the Hudson River. Participate in a discussion about the restoration of aquatic life to the Hudson River by ridding the Hudson River tributaries of obsolete dams that no longer serve a sustainable purpose and function only as impediments for the river’s fish by preventing migratory fish from reaching critical habitats or suppressing the genetic diversity of resident fish through limited mobility. The guest speaker will be Dr. George Jackman, Habitat Restoration Manager at Riverkeeper, who is working throughout the estuary to eliminate barriers whenever possible, improve fish passage, and restore the resiliency of the river and its natural functions. George will share thoughts, stories, and information about the importance of removing unused dams and replenishing the Hudson River’s native fish populations. More
Join the Quassaick Creek Watershed Alliance for annual maintenance on the trees and shrubs at Cronomer Park just across Powder Mill Road from Algonquin Park. On Thursday, November 7, at 9:00 am we will meet at the ball field parking lot. Please bring hand tools and gloves, also long pants and sleeves are recommended. More

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