April 29, 2018: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Will Wading in This Stream Make Me Sick?
Rensselaer Land Trust announces a free meeting intended to provide residents and other stakeholders an opportunity to learn about certain bacteria and pharmaceuticals found in water samples taken from 18 stream sites in Rensselaer County. Anyone interested in the human impacts on the quality of our water resources may attend. Spokespersons from United States Geological Survey, one of the partnering organizations for this project, will be on hand to answer questions. To register, send e-mail to Location: The Sanctuary for Media Alliance, 3361 Sixth Avenue, North Troy, NY.

May 5, 2018
Riverkeeper Sweep
Get your local tributary ready for a successful sampling season by joining the 7th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep! Join Riverkeeper as volunteer Sweep Leaders and coordinate a local cleanup, restoration, or invasive species removal project for our annual day of service for the Hudson River and its tributaries. Over the last 6 years, nearly 10,000 volunteers have removed 191 tons of trash, hundreds of pounds of invasive species, and planted or maintained over 3,300 trees and native grasses. For our 7th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep, we hope you will join us to better steward our Hudson River tributaries on Saturday, May 5, 2018. Together we can make our biggest impact yet on our tributaries. If you're interested in leading a Riverkeeper Sweep project on a tributary this spring, submit the Sweep Leader Interest Form. With questions, e-mail or call Jen Benson at 914-478-4501 ext. 234 or at

May 8, 2018: 9 am - 5 pm
Cities on the Edge: 2018 Waterfront Conference
Click here for tickets. Location: Aboard the Hornblower Infinity, Hudson River Park Pier 40, New York, NY

June 16-17, 2018
The Clearwater Festival
Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival (The Clearwater Festival), celebrates its 40th Anniversary on June 16 & 17, along the banks of the Hudson River at beautiful Croton Point Park, Croton-On-Hudson! Prior to 1978, the festival was a one-day event known as the Hudson Valley Folk Picnic. The Early Bird ticketing period ends on March 23 so make sure to get your tickets now and save money! To purchase your Revival tickets now, please visit the festival website at, or call 888.718.4253 opt.1.


June 10, 2018: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
John Lipscomb of Riverkeeper to Receive Distinguished Achievement Award
Mohonk Consultations takes great pleasure in recognizing and celebrating the region's unsung heroes and we're especially looking forward to giving the 2018 Distinguished Achievement Award to John Lipscomb, Patrol Boat Captain and Vice President for Advocacy at Riverkeeper. For the last 17 years, John has patrolled the Hudson River for Riverkeeper aboard the "R. Ian Fletcher," a 36-foot Chesapeake Bay style wooden vessel. From April into December each year, Lipscomb travels between 4,000 and 5,000 nautical miles between New York Harbor and Troy, searching out and deterring polluters, monitoring tributaries and waterfront facilities, and conducting a sampling program to measure water pollution. Join us to celebrate his dedication and contribution to the Hudson River. Location: Mohonk Mountain House Parlor, New Paltz. Event updates will be posted at

October 23, 2018
Hudson River Watershed Alliance's Annual Watershed Conference
FDR Presidential Library, Hyde Park, NY

December 4, 2018
Hudson River Watershed Alliance's Toast to the Tribs
The Falcon, Marlboro, NY


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