James SlaughterJames A. Slaughter has joined Scenic Hudson as its director of Land Use Advocacy. He will lead the development and implementation of strategies for preventing poorly designed, large-scale projects along the shores of the Hudson River and promoting reuse and restoration of the waterfront as a public and natural resource.
Saturday, August 25
Scenic Hudson's first-ever Parks Festival features a day full of FREE events in three of our most spectacular parks.Our first-ever Parks Festival will be full of fun events for the whole family
The festival kicks off with a morning
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Abandoned, contaminated properties known as brownfields threaten the quality of life in communities throughout the Hudson Valley. Ranging from vacant gas stations to former factories (see It Might Be a Brownfield If...), these sites lay fallow because it seems too expensive and too risky to redevelop them.
Scenic Hudson President Ned Sullivan issued a statement on July 18 commending Gov. Spitzer for signing legislation that will increase the Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) to an all-time high of $300 million by 2009.
Environmental Protection Fund Increased to $300 million by 2009
ALBANY, NEW YORK – On Wednesday, July 18, 2007, Governor Eliot Spitzer signed legislation that will increase the Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) to an all-time high of $300 million by 2009. The EPF was created in 1993 as a dedicated annual funding source for capital projects that directly benefit New York’s land, air and water.