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

Learn more here

Bringing swimming back
to the Hudson: New report
outlines guidelines for opening
non-traditional bathing beaches
Read the report here

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 12


Register your City of Water Day Event by May 12 to apply for funding

Join hundreds of organizations in all five boroughs, Westchester and Rockland counties, and New Jersey that have joined City of Water Day by signing up to host free in-person community programs on and about local waterfronts. For a limited number of participating organizations, HEP can provide funding support ranging between $1,000-$4,000.

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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