Riverkeeper Blogs

Boaters, beachgoers avoid portion of the Hudson River impacted by partially treated sewage leak

What would it take to make NYC’s waterways safe for swimming?

Riverkeeper expands fleet with new boat named after late founder

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Can you swim and fish in the Hudson River? A quick primer.

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In Riverkeeper’s annual day of service for the Hudson, more than 1,400 volunteers will remove trash and foster healthy vegetation along the shorelines. Contact: Leah Rae, [email protected], 914-715-6821 More than 1,400 volunteers are expected to turn out on May 6 for the 12th Annual Riverkeeper […] More

What to know about Newburgh’s $32M sewer infrastructure project

‘Ghosts of capitalism’: the push to dismantle America’s decrepit dams

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Water Justice Fellows Shansanique at Otter Creek
During the second week of our Source to Estuary summer camp, we were ankle deep in Otter Creek, a tributary of the Tomhannock Reservoir, searching for the aquatic bugs that call this place home. More

Restoring Hudson River ecosystems is essential to continue dolphin and whale sightings

Tell Gov. Hochul to block invasive species at the Erie and Champlain canals
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