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NY-NJ HEP 2023 Conference:
State of the Estuary
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Ames Seminar: NYC Salt Marshes
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Wednesday, October 11
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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.


Oct 11

10:30-12:00 pm


October Ames Seminar

“Ecosystem Effects of Variation in Tidal Restriction and Ecologically Sensitive Features for its Mitigation in New York City Salt Marshes” Presented by Georgina Cullman, Neha Savant, Carla Garcia, and Sara Donatich, Natural Resources Group, Environmental & Planning, NYC Parks

Nov 28


2023 NY-NJ HEP State of the Estuary Conference

Join us for the 2023 NY-NJ HEP State of the Estuary Conference! Click “Learn more” below to save the date: November 28, 29 & 30!

Funds and Grants

Hudson River Foundation
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