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Join the Town of Rochester Environmental Conservation Commission for a tree planting and maintenance project in Kerhonkson. Enjoy food, friends, augers, birds, creeks, meadows, turtles, and tree labeling tutorials. Children are welcome to participate. Volunteers are advised to bring sunscreen, a hat, gloves, and to […] More
Invasive vines are taking over the trees surrounding the Briarcliff Manor SPCA - help free the trees and learn invasive vine management practices! More
Dusty Rose Vintage Auction
Join Dusty Rose Vintage for an auction of vintage plates which have been repurposed into brilliant works of art. The plates will be available for purchase, and proceeds will benefit Riverkeeper. More
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Join Teatown for a screening of Hope on the Hudson and discussion with Jon Bowermaster as part of Teatown's The Art of Conservation Series. Jon Bowermaster, noted oceans expert, award-winning artist, author, filmmaker, and adventurer, will speak about using cinematography to promote conservation of nature. More
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Join Teatown for Seeing Nature with my Brush: The Art of Jerry Pinkney for an artist talk as part of their The Art of Conservation Series More
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Join the Riverkeeper Young Advocates Council for a 5-mile, 3-hour hike of Mount Beacon to the fire tower. Admire beautiful views of the Hudson River, and learn about the history of the Hudson River Valley and the modern threats the river faces. More
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Join The Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series, the Ossining Union Free School District's Environmental Club, The Town of Ossining, and Riverkeeper, for a screening of a short documentary film and conversation about Hudson River water quality. More
Join Michael Rubbo, Conservation Biologist and Pace University Professor for a talk on biological diversity in the Pocantico River watershed and how community members can get involved in watershed stewardship. The talk is supported by the Pocantico River Watershed Alliance, Pace University and Teatown Lake […] More
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Join Riverkeeper, The Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series, and Sing Sing Kill Brewery for a special film screening and Q&A about the Hudson River Valley’s water and learn how Riverkeeper is working to protect it. This will also be an opportunity to try THE KEEPER AND THE KILL a new beer brewed by Sing Sing Kill Brewery in collaboration with Riverkeeper. More
Join Riverkeeper at the upcoming public meetings to speak up for the health of the Hudson River Estuary! In the New York and New Jersey Harbor & Tributaries Study (NYNJHATS), the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering several options for coastal storm protections in our region, and some of these options would have catastrophic consequences for the Hudson and New York Harbor. Specifically, storm surge barriers – giant ocean gates – would choke off tidal flow and the migration of fish – damaging the life of the Hudson River Estuary forever. More
Join Riverkeeper at the upcoming public meetings to speak up for the health of the Hudson River Estuary! In the New York and New Jersey Harbor & Tributaries Study (NYNJHATS), the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering several options for coastal storm protections in our region, and some of these options would have catastrophic consequences for the Hudson and New York Harbor. Specifically, storm surge barriers – giant ocean gates – would choke off tidal flow and the migration of fish – damaging the life of the Hudson River Estuary forever. More
Join Riverkeeper at the upcoming public meetings to speak up for the health of the Hudson River Estuary! In the New York and New Jersey Harbor & Tributaries Study (NYNJHATS), the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering several options for coastal storm protections in our region, and some of these options would have catastrophic consequences for the Hudson and New York Harbor. Specifically, storm surge barriers – giant ocean gates – would choke off tidal flow and the migration of fish – damaging the life of the Hudson River Estuary forever. More

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