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Episode #55, Hudson Riverkeeper

Closing dangerous Indian Point plants will spur green energy

Walkway Over the Hudson will host a major climate action rally on October 16

Hudson River Swim Gets People Back in the Water

Swimming Lessons: on The Hudson River

Visit and enjoy the best source of drinking water in NY (Hint: It’s not from a bottled water factory)

Ashokan Reservoir
Ashokan Reservoir
Over the past century, New York City has spent billions of dollars to acquire lands to create a world-class drinking water system.

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8 Swimming Spots Near NYC You Can Get To Without a Car

Capital District, Port of Albany: Signs of change

Slowly but surely the public is reconnecting with the Hudson River here. This Saturday morning, southbound from Troy to Kingston, I saw a “River Day Festival” in Troy in their new waterfront park, recreational rowers on the reach between Albany and Troy and a marathon in the Corning Preserve along the west bank in Albany. More and more people wanting to be on or next to the River. Also spotted along the shore: Wind turbine components on the dock in the Port of Albany waiting for an outbound ship.

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Joint Effort to Investigate Underwater Hazards at Ossining’s Hudson River Beach

On Saturday, April 25, police dive team will investigate remnants of 50-year-old swimming dock

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10 secret autumn walks in the valley

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