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Scenic Hudson Praises Gov. Cuomo for 2018 Environmental Policy Priorities

Wednesday, January 3, 2018 -- Scenic Hudson

Ned Sullivan, Scenic Hudson President, 914 489 4630
Andy Bicking, Scenic Hudson Director of Public Policy & Special Projects, 914 489 1568

HUDSON VALLEY, N.Y.—Scenic Hudson applauds Gov. Andrew Cuomo for continuing to build on his strong environmental leadership in priorities he outlined in today’s State of the State address.

Scenic Hudson Commends U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for Calling Out Threat Posed by Hudson River PCBs

Wednesday, January 3, 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

Federal, state agencies overseeing river’s restoration united in urging EPA to require GE to conduct additional cleanup

Historic Potts Farm in Red Hook Now Protected Forever for Agricultural Use

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 -- 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

Millbrook, NY – You’ve undoubtedly seen the stunning views across the Potts Farm’s open meadows and apple orchards towards the Catskill Mountains as you travel Route 9G north of Red Hook. Or perhaps you’ve stopped at Donald and Claudia Stickle’s farm stand to buy fresh, farm-grown vegetables and fruits because you care about where your food comes from and you like to support local farm establishments. Well, we have great news to share! The Stickles have recently forever protected their 73-acre farm in Red Hook by selling the development rights on their land.

SCIENCE, CLIMATE & STEWARDSHIP IN 2017: Resilient Waterfronts

Friday, December 1, 2017 -- Scenic Hudson

Ensuring a safer, more vibrant future for our communities, we’re helping them—and the entire region—prepare for and adapt to the impacts of climate change

Our Hudson Riverfronts provide the prime catalyst for economic growth—exciting places to live, work and play. They also furnish habitat for much of the valley’s aquatic and terrestrial wildlife. Rising sea levels and other impacts of a warming climate put these special places at risk. We share our scientific expertise about ways to make waterfront assets more resilient with community leaders and other key stakeholders.

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