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The Lives and Legends of Hudson River Fishes

Join us for our next Ames Seminar on April 16, presented by Hudson River Naturalist Tom Lake. There are presently 228 fish species documented for our Hudson River watershed. Every fish has a story to tell, and we will let them speak!

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Mar 28

8-8:00 pm

2019

Impacts of Microplastics in the Urban Environment Conference

Join researchers, industry leaders, and public regulators as they review the latest scientific findings on microplastic pollution and discuss potential plastic waste management strategies, alternative materials, regulatory issues, critical next steps and the collaborations needed to address this global emerging pollutant. This is a two-day event, from March 28-29.

Apr 02

10-6:00 pm

2019

Hudson Rising

Hudson Rising explores 200 years of ecological change and environmental activism along “the most interesting river in America” through artifacts, media, and celebrated Hudson River School paintings. The exhibition will be displayed in the New-York Historical Society Museum and Library from March 1 until August 4, 2019.

Apr 13

10-4:00 pm

2019

Earth Day Expo by DC 37

Join DC 37 at their Earth Day Expo. Together we can learn and share information about what we can do to demonstrate our support for a healthy, sustainable environment. Location: District Council 37 Headquarters, 125 Barclay Street, 1st Floor, New York, NY

Apr 16

10:30-12:00 pm

2019

Spring 2019 Ames Seminar – Tom Lake

The Lives and Legends of Hudson River Fishes

To RSVP, call 212-483-7667 or email info@hudsonriver.org

Apr 17

5:30-7:30 pm

2019

Citizen Science – An Overview of the Latest Research

Public participation in scientific research – often referred to as “citizen science” – has grown in popularity among environmental organizations as a way of educating and engaging diverse audiences. This workshop will discuss recent research and help environmental managers to think about how they might develop new citizen science programs, or improve on existing programs.

Apr 28

1-4:00 pm

2019

Earth Day Celebration in Prospect Park

Join Prospect Park Alliance and community partners for our annual Earth Day celebration at the Prospect Park Audubon Center! Enjoy fun-filled family friendly programming that celebrates the environment including catch-and-release fishing, raptor demonstrations, volunteer cleanups, citizen science activities, arts and craft, and of course nature games!

May 07

9-5:00 pm

2019

2019 Waterfront Conference: Rising Seas, Rising Risks

Join the Hudson River Foundation as we attend the Waterfront Alliance’s 2019 Waterfront Conference – Rising Seas, Rising Risks: Adapting Our Region. The waterways that surround us are a powerful reminder that we share not only the benefits they provide—as a resource for recreation and well-being, education, and good-paying jobs—but also the risks they pose.

May 08

9-5:30 pm

2019

Ecosystem Response to Climate Change and Sea-Level Rise in the Hudson Estuary

In 2019, the Hudson River Environmental Society will provide a forum to present the state of the science to understand vulnerabilities and opportunities to climate change and sea-level rise of the habitats of the Hudson Estuary.

May 14

10:30-12:00 pm

2019

Spring 2019 Ames Seminar – W. Bryce Corlett

Rethinking the estuarine circulation: A case study of the Newark Bay estuarine network

To RSVP, call 212-483-7667 or email info@hudsonriver.org

Jun 01

10-6:00 pm

2019

Hudson Rising

Hudson Rising explores 200 years of ecological change and environmental activism along “the most interesting river in America” through artifacts, media, and celebrated Hudson River School paintings. The exhibition will be displayed in the New-York Historical Society Museum and Library from March 1 until August 4, 2019.

Jul 02

10-6:00 pm

2019

Hudson Rising

Hudson Rising explores 200 years of ecological change and environmental activism along “the most interesting river in America” through artifacts, media, and celebrated Hudson River School paintings. The exhibition will be displayed in the New-York Historical Society Museum and Library from March 1 until August 4, 2019.

Aug 01

10-6:00 pm

2019

Hudson Rising

Hudson Rising explores 200 years of ecological change and environmental activism along “the most interesting river in America” through artifacts, media, and celebrated Hudson River School paintings. The exhibition will be displayed in the New-York Historical Society Museum and Library from March 1 until August 4, 2019.

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