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Nationally Significant Landscape Protected in Hudson Highlands

Saturday, July 21, 2018 -- Scenic Hudson

Steve Rosenberg, Executive Director, The Scenic Hudson Land Trust
914 489 7925, srosenberg@scenichudson.org

Conserving world-class hiking trails, safeguarding important habitats and local water supplies are primary benefits of preserving 1,178-acre property

HUDSON VALLEY—Preserving popular ridgetop hiking trails, irreplaceable forest and habitat, world-class views and the water supplies of six communities—those are the major benefits from protecting 1,178 highly scenic and ecologically important acres in the eastern Hudson Highlands. Slopeline, LLC, an affiliate of Scenic Hudson, acquired the land on July 19.

Scenic Hudson Commends Leading NY Contractors Group for Urging EPA to Continue PCB Cleanup

Tuesday, July 10, 2018 -- Scenic Hudson

Ned Sullivan
President, Scenic Hudson, Inc.
914 489 4630, nsullivan@scenichudson.org

Letter says remaining contamination presents “obstacles to the economic gains our industry hopes to foster”

HUDSON VALLEY—Scenic Hudson today praised Associated General Contractors of New York State (AGC NYS) for urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to take steps that will ensure a more comprehensive Hudson River PCB cleanup.

Trail Route Options to be Shared for Public Comment at Community Open House Event

Wednesday, June 20, 2018 -- Scenic Hudson

Jay Burgess
Director of Communications, Scenic Hudson, Inc.
Tel: (845) 473-4440 x222 Cell: (914) 489-0362 Fax: (845) 473-0740
jburgess@scenichudson.org

TARRYTOWN (Westchester County)—Residents of Tarrytown and its neighboring communities are encouraged to attend a public open house on Sunday, June 24, during which three options for how best to connect Westchester County RiverWalk under the Mario M. Cuomo Memorial Bridge will be shared for comment. The routes to be presented would create a trail connection between two existing sections of RiverWalk north and south of the bridge, essentially closing the largest last remaining gap in that trail in Tarrytown.

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