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Undamming the Hudson River
Join the Briarcliff Manor Public Library, Briarcliff Manor Sustainability, and BHS Treehuggers Club for a screening of 3 films from National Geographic Filmmaker Jon Bowermaster's Hope on the Hudson Series. More
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Join a day-long event (10:00am - 4:00pm) dedicated to sharing best practices around coordinating successful citizen/community science pathogen monitoring programs. More
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Wildlife is disappearing across the world—and right here in New York. Come learn why keeping our lands and waters connected is so important—for us and for our wildlife—and how you can help in these conservation efforts at this year’s Community Forum. More
Attend the talk to learn about the Environmental DNA (eDNA) analysis process which can be used to quickly assay biodiversity and other organismic metrics in a non-invasive manner. Effective management of Hudson River ecosystems requires monitoring of species diversity and ranges, but traditional surveys can be costly and even harmful to wildlife. More
Join the Hudson River Foundation to learn about the role of green infrastructure in stormwater management. While water quality considerations drive decision-making, green infrastructure promises to deliver unique co-benefits.. The panelists will discuss the challenges of launching innovative programs and their lessons learned to address community needs while meeting regulatory mandates. More
Join Riverkeeper and partners for a screening and panel discussion of two short films by National Geographic filmmaker Jon Bowermaster: "Source to Sea" and "Undamming the Hudson River."  More
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The Cornwall Conservation Advisory Council invites you to a viewing of two short films from Riverkeeper’s Hope on the Hudson film series. These informational and inspiring films were produced for Riverkeeper by filmmaker Jon Bowermaster & Ocean 8 Films. More
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will hold a public meeting about potential storm surge barrier plans. Get informed and help advocate for solutions that are more comprehensive and will not cause permanent harm the Hudson. More
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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

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