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New Reports Released

The New York-New Jersey Harbor & Estuary Program released five new reports at the Science and Action Conference, including the Action Agenda, State of the Estuary, Climate Change and Its Impact, and Environmental Monitoring Plan

What’s Going On

Calendar

Feb 20

10:30-12:00 pm

2019

Spring 2019 Ames Seminar – Grothues

Response and Resilience: Fish use of altered shoreline habitats in the New York Harbor

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

Mar 08

11:59 pm

2019

EPA Environmental Justice Grant Application Due

The Environmental Justice Small Grants (EJSG) Program provides funding directly to community-based organizations for projects that help residents of underserved communities understand and address local environmental and public health issues.

Mar 11

5 pm

2019

Mark B. Bain Graduate Fellowship Applications Due

In 2019, the Foundation will award up to six full-time research fellowships to advanced graduate students conducting research on the Hudson River system. Consult the Mark B. Bain Graduate Fellowship page for more details on how to apply for a fellowship.

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

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

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