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To Our Community

The Hudson River Foundation, together with the New York-New Jersey Harbor & Estuary Program, is committed to continuing, through the course of the coronavirus pandemic, our work of understanding, protecting and restoring the Hudson River. Our offices are closed, but we are working from our homes, maintaining the activities of as many of our programs as feasible through webinars and other virtual means of pursuing our mission alongside the rest of our Hudson River community.

What’s Going On

Citizen Science
POSTPONED: March 20 NY/NJ Citizen Science Pathogen Monitoring Best Practices Training

Join HEP and its Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) on March 20th at the Antique Loft in Hoboken, NJ for an all-day training event dedicated to sharing best practices around coordinating successful citizen/community science pathogen monitoring programs.

This all-day training will feature workshops structured for individuals or groups that are looking for guidance on how to start their very own citizen science pathogen monitoring program and for those who are looking to increase the success of their current program.


Apr 03


Call for Poster Abstracts – 2020 Hudson River Environmental Society Symposium

The Hudson River Environmental Society is soliciting abstracts from graduate and undergraduate students, environmental monitoring groups, resource managers, and scientists for a poster session to be held during the Hudson River Symposium focusing on the Hudson River fish community and its stressors at Vassar College on May 6.  Abstracts are due Friday April 3.

Apr 14

10:30-12:00 pm


WEBINAR ONLY: Spring 2020 Ames Seminar – Brian Yellen

Rapid Tidal Marsh Development on the Hudson During Period of Tributary Damming and Shoreline Modification

May 02

12-3:00 pm


A Day in the Life of Coney Island Creek

Coney Island Creek is an important ecosystem right here in our community. This is your chance to be a scientist for the day! Come help us explore the wildlife and ecology of the creek, to improve our understanding of the creek and to help guide its restoration to a healthy, vibrant, and safe ecosystem.

May 19

8:30-5:00 pm


Beneficial Use of Dredge Material For Coastal Resilience Workshop

The NSBPA workshop on the Beneficial Use of Dredge Material for Coastal Resilience will provide a forum for coastal practitioners and regulators to discuss successes and challenges in the use of RSM and BUDM for coastal resilience.

May 20

10:30-12:00 pm


WEBINAR ONLY: Spring 2020 Ames Seminar – Waldman, Alter & Chin

Environmental DNA Assessment of Biodiversity, Abundance & Phenology of Hudson Estuary Fishes

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