HRNERR is dedicated to improving the health of the Hudson River through education, training, restoration, monitoring, and research programs.
New York’s Cary Institute has a long history of important environmental monitoring contributions, from pivotal acid rain research to long-term road salt monitoring.
New York’s Hudson River NERR participates in typical SWMP monitoring, but it also does some unique environmental monitoring, such as keeping a close watch on its eels.
Years of sampling and analysis reveal that the Hudson River Watershed needs a $4.8 billion investment into wastewater infrastructure to keep the water safe.
A five-year project to dredge the Hudson River is nearing completion, according to National Public Radio. Its aim has been to remove two-thirds of the PCBs dumped in the river prior to the 1970s by General Electric....
A new research center on the Hudson River's Pier 26 in Manhattan will provide valuable data while educating the public on the significance of the estuary.