Posts Tagged ‘Earth Day’

We want to talk trash with you on Earth Day

Earth Day is one day on the calendar, but Riverkeeper fights to safeguard our waterways and drinking water all year round – and has for more than 50 years. Let’s talk trash: pollution harms wildli… Read More

Earth Day Lobby Day

Riverkeeper and its partners in the environmental community will descend on the state Capitol in Albany to advocate for environmental protections and to let our legislators know we expect them to deli… Read More

Let’s Give Clean Water a Chance

Riverkeeper at Whole Foods Market in the Upper West Side

Come visit Riverkeeper at the Whole Foods Market in the Upper West Side for an Earth Day celebration on Friday, April 19. Riverkeeper will have a table set up from noon to 3 p.m. with information abo… Read More

Urban Greenwalk’s Inaugural Earth Day Event

Come visit Riverkeeper at Urban Greenwalk’s Inaugural Earth Day Event on Saturday, April 20th at Pier 45 in Hudson River Park, NYC for an afternoon of festivities. Riverkeeper will have a table… Read More

New Paltz Earth Day Fair

Join Riverkeeper at the New Paltz Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 28, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The New Paltz Earth Day Fair will be held on the grounds of the Reformed Church in New Paltz, NY… Read More

Riverkeeper at Orvis in Yonkers

Come join Riverkeeper at the Orvis Outlet in Yonkers, NY on Saturday, April 27th. In honor of Earth Day, Riverkeeper will be at Orvis from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. discussing our work on the Hudson Ri… Read More

Green Ossining Earth Day Celebration/Stash the Trash

Come visit Riverkeeper at the Green Ossining Earth Day celebration at the Louis B. Engel Waterfront Park in Ossining, NY. We will have a table set up all day with information about our work on the Hu… Read More

Earth Day

Riverkeeper is working with our volunteer network to make sure our campaigns are on the minds of visitors to Earth Day festivals throughout New York City, Northern New Jersey and the Hudson Valley in … Read More

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