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Striped bass, a favorite of NYC anglers, sharply declining in Hudson River

State awards $1.8M in grants for 26 projects in Hudson River communities

We All Know We Should Save the Whales. What About the Sardines?

Riverkeeper awarded nearly $4M to remove failing dam in Orange County

Riverkeeper statement on proposed Hudson River Protection Act

Congressmen Pat Ryan and Marc Molinaro have introduced the Hudson River Protection Act. Riverkeeper Staff Attorney Drew Gamils has the following statement:

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Riverkeeper celebrates reversal of U.S. Coast Guard Policy on Hudson River Anchoring

Following action from Riverkeeper and local elected officials, the U.S. Coast Guard rescinds policy that would have posed significant risk to endangered species and drinking water sources; announces public participation process

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How Safe are U.S. Rivers 50 Years After the Clean Water Act?

‘Threat worse than pollution’: Dangerous fish found in the Hudson

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 Service Commission has approved the Champlain Hudson Power Express project to receive valuable Tier 4 ratepayer subsidies. While we appreciate the thoughtful and exhaustive work of the Commissioners and staff of the PSC entrusted with this decision, we believe this project falls far short of meeting New York’s stated goals of providing a just transition to renewable energy while effectively reducing carbon emissions from our […]

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Environmental justice impacts of proposed Canadian hydropower for NYC highlighted day before critical PSC vote

Canadian First Nations representatives speak out on impacts from hydro dams as Hydro-Quebec signals that even more dams could be built

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