We're here tonight because Scenic Hudson is turning 50.
It's normal at this sort of occasion to look back and celebrate what we've achieved:
Show will spend nearly all of July in Nyack as part of 2013 tour that will travel to additional valley venues before concluding at Grand Central Terminal
Apple Orchard, Milton by Eric Lindbloom
More than 100 acres of open space and trail network with Hudson River access will remain open to the public
NEW YORK, NY — June 13, 2013 — The Open Space Institute and Scenic Hudson announced today the sale of the 129-acre Mystery Point property in Philipstown, NY, to Jon Stryker of Kalamazoo, MI. He is an architect and a leading philanthropist in social justice and animal conservation.
Provides blueprint for ramping up farmland protection, securing land that supplies fresh, local food to New York City, Hudson Valley
HUDSON VALLEY—Scenic Hudson has released a groundbreaking study that for the first time provides reliable data on what Hudson Valley farmland must be conserved to ensure that the people of New York City and the region can continue to count on nearby supplies of fresh food.