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Liquid Assets: New York’s Watersheds & Waterways

February 22, 2018: 6:30PM to 8:30PM
Museum of the City of New York, 103rd St & 5th Ave, New York, NY 10029 map
What can New York City do to protect its drinking water supply and its recreational waters in the coming decades? How is that supply affected by climate change, and what must we do to adapt? Please join the Museum of the City of New York for this deep dive into NYC's complex water systems.

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Fragmented & Forgotten: Tracing the Tannery Brook

March 3, 2018: 5:00PM to 8:00PM
The Lace Mill, East Gallery 165 Cornell Street, Kingston, NY map
The reception will feature original maps of the Tannery Brook, paired with historic maps, images, and text, will visualize changes in and around the stream over time. 

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Workshop: Green Infrastructure in Kingston

March 14, 2018: 9:30AM to 2:00PM
The Lace Mill, East Gallery 165 Cornell Street, Kingston, NY map
This workshop will discuss lessons learned from several types of green infrastructure installations in Kingston. The Tannery Brook exhibit will also be available to view during this time. Presentations include: Emily Vail, Cornell University, – Uptown Municipal Parking Lots: Runoff Reduction and Performance Amanda LaValle, Ulster County Department of Environment – Ulster County Projects in Kingston Mayor Steve Noble, City of Kingston – Green Infrastructure Background and Next Steps To register for the workshop, please contact Emily Vail at More information: The Tannery Brook is a small stream in Kingston. […]

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“Will Wading in This Stream Make Me Sick?” a conversation with the Rensselaer Land Trust

March 27, 2018
City of Troy Department of Public Works 25 Water Plant Road Troy, NY 12182 map
Join the Rensselaer Land Trust to learn about the health streams across Rensselaer County. They will share updates on project timeline, review of Enterococcus data collection, review of Emergent Compound data collected, invitation to attend public presentations, feedback from citizen science volunteers and others, general discussion with Q & A.

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