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This free festival is a time to come together as a community, celebrate the river, and gain inspiration for how we can work together toward its restoration. More
This three-day intensive course is designed to teach municipal officials, members of environmental commissions, planners, and land trust staff about ways to identify and proactively conserve important natural areas. Through indoor and outdoor sessions, participants will learn how to interpret maps and aerial photos to predict the locations […] More
Save the date for the Hudson River Watershed Alliance – Annual Watershed Conference at the Henry A. Wallace Center at the FDR Presidential Library & Home, Hyde Park, NY. Please contact Maureen Cunningham at mcunningham@hudsonwatershed.org for sponsorship opportunities and check www.hudsonwatershed.org for conference updates. More
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Local leaders, landowners, and land managers can join proactively to preserve and restore connections in nature (connectivity) by working across municipal borders and property lines. This day-long conference will explore the importance of ecological connectivity, highlight case studies from New York, and engage participants in […] More
Join the crew of the Schooner Apollonia for a presentation about their work to bring this elegant carbon-neutral mode of transportation back to our region. More
The Barge Meet is a knowledge-sharing event convened by Hudson Valley Initiative, a project of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, and led by the Urban Design program. The mission of the HVI is to facilitate applied research into the complex spatial, ecological, and economic opportunities of the region. More
On September 21st the crew of the Apollonia will be hosting a FREE community gathering at the Basilica in Hudson, NY. We'll be presenting our vision for how the Apollonia will bring about positive change to the Hudson River, and reaching out to our community, as well as potential partners. Food generously provided by Little Deb's! Please come and share you ideas and learn about ours! More
Join the Coastal Preservation Network for a cleanup of Powell's Cove Park on Sunday, October 22 from 9am-12pm. Volunteers will remove trash from the East River shoreline, rake and bag leaves, and plant 1,000+ daffodil blubs. More
Please save the date for the next Newtown Creek Community Advisory Group meeting to be held on Wednesday, October 11. The exact location is TBD, but we will post the location once confirmed. The meeting will run from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. There will […] More
Join NYC DEP for the next Trash Free NYC Waters Working Group Meeting! This meeting is open to everyone and is one of a series of meetings on the City’s MS4 Program and the development of a comprehensive Stormwater Management Program (SWMP)*. The meeting will […] More
Save your car home or drive it less on Friday, September 22nd, 2017. Car Free Day is a free international event celebrated every September 22nd in which people are encouraged to get around without driving alone in cars and instead ride a train, bus, subway, […] More
?limate Week NYC 2017 Official Event Offshore Wind In New York: What’s Next? brings together industry leaders, advocates, policy makers and project opponents to examine leading edge developments and prospects for the northeast. As the cost of producing wind turbines has plunged 35% over the last […] More
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