Posts Tagged ‘John Lipscomb’

10 fast facts about the Riverkeeper patrol boat

1. The Riverkeeper patrol boat was built in 1983 in Bivalve, N.J., to work commercial shellfish beds in Delaware Bay. 2. It’s built of cedar planking on oak frames. 3. Riverkeeper bought the boat in… Read More

River Talk at the Irvington Historical Society

Join Riverkeeper as we celebrate our 50th Anniversary by joining us for the first of our River Talks. Riverkeeper Boat Captain John Lipscomb will share his deep knowledge of the Hudson with television… Read More

Hudson River Journey with Captain John Lipscomb

“Irvington Historical Society presents HUDSON RIVER JOURNEY. Captain John Lipscomb shares his experiences and scientific discoveries while traveling 5,000 nautical miles along the Hudson from th… Read More

Riverkeeper report may spur more monitoring of creek pollution in Mid-Hudson region

How to Spend Your Summer on the Gowanus Canal

DEC won’t fine Rensselaer district over sewage spill into Hudson

M.E.: ID, cause of death pending on body found near river

Hudson fishing a growing concern; PCB warnings not reaching minorities

After Sandy, Testing the Waters

Newtown Creek: The Unseen Stream That Keeps New York City Flowing