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Hudson River Watershed Alliance
Hudson River Watershed Alliance Annual Conference
October 12, 2012
Protecting the Ecology of the Hudson River and its Watershed
Sediment Management for People and the Environment
Come join us at the beautiful Mohonk Mountain House to learn about soil
and sediment management from a local and regional perspective. Speakers
will discuss sediment sources as well as management of sediment,
including streambank and roadside erosion and sediment deposition, the
importance of soil in local agriculture, and sediment needed for wetland
Breaking News: Judith Enck, EPA Regional Administrator, will
join us for the afternoon session and the Annual HRWA Watershed
Audience: local watershed and conservation
organizations, local board members and volunteers, local and county
government leaders and staff, restoration practitioners, local
businesses and farmers.
Download and Mail in Registration Form
Be a 2012 Conference Sponsor!! Deadline September 7 at Noon to be
listed on Conference Brochure, September 28 to be listed in Conference Program.
Download this form to apply.
Seeking Nominations for the 2012 HRWA Watershed Stewardship Awards.
Deadline: September 28. Download this form to apply.
Right click to save this form as a Word file on your computer.
With grant funding from the Hudson River Estuary Program, the Hudson
River Watershed Alliance is proud to introduce the Hudson River
Watershed Atlas, a regional online mapping service designed to enable
users to visualize, explore, assess and better understand the natural
resources and built systems of the Hudson River Estuary watershed. Maps
are produced by regional tiles (in Adobe Acrobat, PDF format) that allow
you to download to your computer and interactively work with over 28
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) layers and information sources.
Learn more about and access the Hudson River Watershed Atlas.
OurHudson.org is a forum about the future in support of the goal of the
Hudson Fulton Champlain Quadricentennial Commission to advance a vision
and practical agenda for the Hudson Valley. This project is sponsored
by the Hudson River Watershed Alliance, a regional coalition of
stakeholders working to protect, restore, and conserve the water
resources of the Hudson and its tributaries, through information sharing
and collaborative networking.