Register to host a NY/NJ Community
Engagement Session as part of
HEP's New Action Agenda

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Strategic Plan & Roadmap
for 2024-2028
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What’s Going On

Current Initiatives
Hudson-Raritan Estuary Restoration Activity Map

Our newly improved interactive Restoration Activity Map provides the means of tracking progress on the Comprehensive Restoration Plan (CRP). The map highlights functioning ecosystems in need of protection, and can be used for finding opportunities for restoration including mitigation and natural resources damages funding.

To learn more about Hudson Estuary water quality, view HEP's 2021 Harbor-Wide Water Quality Monitoring Report.


May 30

7-8:30 pm


Hackensack River Community Engagement Session

Help Guide the Future of the Hackensack River and Other Community Waterways – Hackensack Riverkeeper and the Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County are inviting area residents and stakeholders to attend this community meeting.

Jun 05

6:30-8:30 pm


Newtown Creek Alliance Community Engagement Session

Join NCA in integrating HEP goals to better understand unique concerns and values of the community in relation to the waterway. There will be an opportunity for community members to also participate in a mapping project for FloodNet, which is a cooperative of communities, researchers, and New York government agencies working to better understand flooding […]

Jun 17

6-8:00 pm


Riverkeeper Community Engagement Session

Live, Work or Play On and Around The Hudson? Then register today to join Riverkeeper, CURB, the Environmental and Climate Justice Committee of the NAACP NY State Conference, Newburgh Clean Water Project and the The Sanctuary for Independent Media’s NATURE Lab as they host an important hybrid conversation around our shared efforts to improve the […]

Jul 13


City of Water Day: Save the Date!

Now in its 17th year, City of Water Day is a region-wide day organized by Waterfront Alliance and New York–New Jersey Harbor & Estuary Program (HEP), to champion a climate-resilient New York and New Jersey harbor.

Funds and Grants

Hudson River Foundation
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