The board and staff of Scenic Hudson are saddened at the passing on Monday, Nov. 11, of William M. Evarts, Jr., who served an incredible 21 years as a member of our Board of Directors. Bill gave his time and energies for nearly as long on the board of our land trust. He contributed powerfully to Scenic Hudson's work to preserve the beauty and health of the Hudson River and the land along its shores and to our efforts to enhance public enjoyment of these natural treasures.
Ceremony Kicks Off the First Phase of the City's Multi-Year, Multi-Million Dollar Waterfront Redevelopment Plan
Amenities at National Register property offer innovative museum-like experience in stunning natural setting and include audiovisual tour accessible via Web-enabled mobile devices
HUDSON VALLEY—Scenic Hudson's story began 50 years ago when six courageous people mobilized a mass campaign that protected a legendary mountain along the Hudson River. The campaign launched the modern grassroots environmental movement and unleashed an informed, engaged citizenry to protect cherished natural resources. Now renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz has done a special project to honor nonprofit Scenic Hudson for its half-century of protecting the great green backyard to the greatest city in the world. The group's successes include: