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Join a mapping project showing cherished places for enjoying the Hudson, from Poughkeepsie to Rensselaer. Generations of people have found places along the Hudson River to fish, swim or spend time, even as the railroads came in and restricted access along the eastern shoreline. Now, […] More
Join the NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for a public meeting on the Citywide & East River/Open Waters Long Term Control Plan (LTCP). The goal of the LTCP is to better understand the water quality impacts of combined sewer overflows (CSOs) and to evaluate various CSO controls. More
Please attend one of these three community meetings to let us know where and how you use the river now and, more importantly, where and how you’d like to use it in the future.Please attend one of these three community meetings to let us know where and how you use the river now and, more important, where and how you’d like to use it in the future. More
Please attend one of these three community meetings to let us know where and how you use the river now and, more importantly, where and how you’d like to use it in the future.Please attend one of these three community meetings to let us know where and how you use the river now and, more important, where and how you’d like to use it in the future. More
Please attend one of these three community meetings to let us know where and how you use the river now and, more importantly, where and how you’d like to use it in the future. More
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Join Teatown at Croton Point Park as the region’s bald eagles descend upon the Hudson River as part of their winter migration. More
A community meeting to compile information about where and how to access the Hudson River shoreline, and where and how communities would like to use the river in the future. More
A community meeting to compile information about where and how to access the Hudson River shoreline, and where and how communities would like to use the river in the future. More
A community meeting to compile information about where and how to access the Hudson River shoreline, and where and how communities would like to use the river in the future. More
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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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