Posts Tagged ‘boat patrol’

On patrol: Osprey move on, Cormorants move in

As we tied up in Ossining Saturday, Sept. 19, after 10 days under way, an Osprey landed on a piling right behind our slip at Westerly Marina, and had his dinner. It’s always a thrill to be in … Read More

Hudson River patrol: Osprey couple returns

We were out Saturday for a patrol of the Tappan Zee area and Sparkill Creek – including water sampling with our community partners on the Sparkill and Pocantico. As always, we had a look at the resi… Read More

Riverkeeper resumes warm weather patrols on the Hudson

Riverkeeper is back on patrol!

Capt. John Lipscomb completed his first Hudson River patrol of 2012 this week, traveling about 500 miles over 10 days, from Riverkeeper’s home port in Ossining, to Newtown Creek in Brooklyn, the… Read More

Heroic Endeavors: Testing the Waters – Riverkeeper Watches Over Hudson River Water Quality

In this slideshow produced by Dulce Fernandes, Riverkeeper Patrol Boat Captain John Lipscomb and Carol Knudson from Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University discuss the threats to the H… Read More

Riverkeeper’s Year On the Hudson, Part II: Cleaning and Restoring the River

Continuing our interview with John Lipscomb, captain of Riverkeeper’s patrol boat, about the 2011 season: For nearly 30 years, it’s been central to Riverkeeper to have a boat patrolling the Hudson… Read More

Riverkeeper’s Year on the Hudson, Part I: Testing the Water

Riverkeeper’s patrol boat wrapped up another season on the Hudson Friday, Dec. 2. It was one of the most remarkable yet, with major milestones in water quality testing and cooperative law enforcemen… Read More

Post-Irene Patrol with Riverkeeper [Video]

Riverkeeper Patrol Boat Captain John Lipscomb Honored With EPA Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Riverkeeper, Tina Posterli, 914-478-4501 x 239, [email protected] Recognized for over a decade of defending the Hudson and bringing polluters to justice Ossin… Read More

Exploring The Hudson River With Riverkeeper

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