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Angel Montero, researching the Hudson River and its health

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“When I was growing up, I was pretty much a city kid,” Angel Montero says. “To me the Hudson River didn't have much of an impact. To me the Hudson River was that blue thing you see on the subway map.” As a 25-year-old college student, Montero is engaged in science research that will help all of us better understand the Hudson and its health.

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Riverkeeper responds to DEC report challenging effectiveness of PCBs cleanup

Late yesterday, the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation released its independent report on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s review of the cleanup of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) contamination in the Hudson River.

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Hudson Valley small businesses speak out for clean water

Breweries, kayak outfitters and other small businesses that rely on high quality water sign letter urging Gov. Cuomo to invest in clean water programs.

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Saying ‘No’ to anchorages: 10,000 comments, 34 resolutions, 1.5 million constituents

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Hudson Valley communities from Yonkers to Newburgh to Kingston spoke out with a unified voice in opposition to the maritime industry’s proposal for 43 new berths in 10 locations along the river. During a 6-month comment period held by the Coast Guard as part of its "advance rulemaking" process, the response was unprecedented.

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Sustainable Saturday: DAPL and the Pilgrim Pipeline

Shipping anchorage proposal draws heavy opposition

Plan to Anchor Oil Vessels in Hudson River Garners Thousands of Comments

State funds to improve monitoring and reporting of combined sewer overflows

Anchorage Proposal Faces Challenges

Changes Headed To EPA At National And Regional Levels

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