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Ned Sullivan Speaks Out on Hudson Valley Climate Change

Thursday, October 25, 2007 -- Jason Taylor

Oct. 24 speech highlights how Scenic Hudson is helping to fight impacts of global environmental threat

On Wednesday, Oct. 24, Scenic Hudson President Ned Sullivan addressed 60 members of the World Affairs Council of the Mid-Hudson Valley at their annual meeting. Sullivan explained how Scenic Hudson’s work – saving land, supporting local agriculture and advocating for better public policy – is helping to fight the global climate change problem.

Text of Ned Sullivan's Oct. 24 Speech to the World Affairs Council of the Mid-Hudson Valley

Thursday, October 25, 2007 -- Jason Taylor

I thank the World Affairs Council for inviting me. And I applaud you for the important role you play in creating awareness of pressing global issues here in the Hudson Valley. As the great mathematician and educator John Kemeny used to say, "The world is our brother, and we are our brother's keeper."

Unique Loan Lets Scenic Hudson Start Work from $20 Million Bequest

Friday, October 19, 2007 -- Jason Taylor

Thanks to an interest-free loan from The Pew Charitable Trusts, Scenic Hudson now has immediate access to $5 million of a $20-million bequest it received recently from 100-year-old kayaking philanthropist Kathryn Wasserman Davis. The loan will allow us to accelerate our efforts to safeguard 65,000 acres of the "land that matters most" along the river's shore.

Unique Loan Lets Scenic Hudson Start Work from $20 Million Bequest

Thursday, October 18, 2007 -- Jason Taylor

HUDSON VALLEY – Through an interest-free loan from The Pew Charitable Trusts, Scenic Hudson now has immediate access to $5 million of a $20-million bequest it received recently from 100-year-old kayaking philanthropist Kathryn Wasserman Davis. The environmental group will use the money to buy land to create public parks up and down the Hudson River. To date it has created 40 such places where people can experience the river's inspiration, sightseeing and recreation.

Scenic Hudson Honored with International Roosevelt Award

Tuesday, October 16, 2007 -- Jason Taylor

Bold Land-Saving Campaign Announced at Ceremony

On Sunday, Oct. 14, Scenic Hudson President Ned Sullivan announced a plan to save 65,000 acres of "the land that matters most" from Westchester County to the Capital Region, while accepting the Val-Kill Medal. The honor was presented to Scenic Hudson by Rob Dyson at the Eleanor Roosevelt Center at Val-Kill (ERVK) to Scenic Hudson because we have preserved land vital to the Hudson Valley's beauty and economic health.

In Accepting Val-Kill Medal, Scenic Hudson Announces Bold Land-Saving Campaign

Sunday, October 14, 2007 -- Jason Taylor

Scenic Hudson president Ned Sullivan calls for broad participation in reaching lofty goal

HUDSON VALLEY – Scenic Hudson President Ned Sullivan announced a plan to save 65,000 acres of "the land that matters most" from Westchester County to the Capital Region while accepting the Val-Kill Medal on Sunday, October 14.

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