Hudson River Restoration Coordination Workshop
The goal of this October 2015 workshop was to identify key areas of potential local, state and federal collaboration relative to restoration planning and implementation in the Hudson River Estuary. A series of brief presentations provided an overview of:
- Projects currently underway in the Hudson
- Programs that can potentially augment and inform the project work
Click on a link below to view the presentation slides.
- Hudson River Comprehensive Restoration Plan – Andy Peck, The Nature Conservancy
- Conservation Plan – Sacha Specter, Scenic Hudson
- Hudson River Estuary Program – Fran Dunwell, Hudson River Estuary Program NYSDEC
- Hudson River Ecological Assessment – Linda Pistolesi, CIESIN, Earth Institute, Columbia University
- Introduction to USFWS – Carl Schwartz, UFWS New York Ecological Services, Partners for Fish and Wildlife
- Fish Passage Lessons Learned on the Hudson River – Curtis Orvis, Chief Fish Passage Engineering, USFWS, Northeast Region – Fisheries
- Hudson River Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration – Margaret Byrne, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
- Tools to Inform Protection, Restoration, and Resiliency in the Hudson River – Bridget MacDonald, North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC)
- NOAA in the Hudson River – Carl Alderson, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Hudson River Comprehensive Restoration Plan Community Workshops
A series of community workshops was held in Spring ‘2015 for county planning officials, municipal officials and other stakeholders to share information on the needs and opportunities along the shoreline of the Hudson River Estuary that relate to habitat restoration and protection, community infrastructure, and recreational access.
- To view the presentation, click here.
Hudson River Comprehensive Restoration Plan Info Sessions
Eight regional information sessions about the Hudson River Comprehensive Restoration Plan were held in January 2015.
- To view the master presentation, click here.
- To listen to the Webinar recording, click here. (Note: The presentation begins at minute 2:19 of the recording.)