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SATURDAY: 100+ shoreline cleanups in 1 day along the Hudson

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11th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep is happening at 122 locations from Staten Island to the Adirondacks; Volunteers will clean shorelines and foster native plants Learn More

Third ‘Free Dead in the Park’ concert to benefit Riverkeeper May 17 in NYC

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Stella Blue’s Band is excited to announce the third Free Dead in the Park concert to benefit Riverkeeper, presented exclusively by RISE cannabis dispensaries. Following in the footsteps of the Grateful Dead over 50 years ago, Stella will take to the same stage at the Naumburg Bandshell in Central Park in New York City at 4:30pm on Tuesday, May 17. Learn More

PSC approves contracts for Champlain Hudson Power Express, Clean Path NY – Riverkeeper statement

In response to today’s vote by the New York Public Service Commission, Tracy Brown, President and Hudson Riverkeeper, said: “Riverkeeper is disappointed that the Public […] Learn More

Upcoming Events

11th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep

May 7, 2022
Locations from Brooklyn to the Adirondacks
Join us on Saturday, May 7, 2022, for the 11th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep! Our annual day of service for the Hudson River and its tributaries. Learn More More info and to register

3rd Annual Free Dead in the Park Concert to Benefit Riverkeeper

May 17, 2022: 4:30PM to 8:00PM
Naumburg Bandshell, Central Park, NYC
Join us for the 3rd annual Free Dead in the Park with the Stella Blue's Band and the music of the Grateful Dead. This concert will support Riverkeeper and our work to protect clean water for New Yorkers. Learn More

Summer Splash – Riverkeeper’s Annual Awards and Benefit

June 16, 2022: 5:00PM to 9:00PM
Boscobel House and Gardens, Garrison, NY map
Riverkeeper is excited to present a new take on our annual gala, the Summer Splash! We’re moving upriver and outdoors to Boscobel House and Gardens, a beautiful historic estate in Garrison with some of the best Hudson River views around. Learn More Buy Tickets

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