09.01.20 EPA needs to start investigating the Lower Hudson River 08.21.20 Coalition calls for implementation of critical law passed in 2018 — The NYS Drug Take Back Act 08.18.20 Riverkeeper sues NYS to prevent withdrawal of regulations protecting NYC water quality Proceeds support Hudson River Community Sailing’s mission of developing leadership in underserved New York City youth through sailing education and providing maritime recreation to the community at large. Hudson River Community Sailing develops leadership and academic success in underserved New York City youth through sailing education and provides maritime education and recreation to the community at large. Founded in 2007 to serve the urban community, we partner with public schools to offer credit-bearing academic programs, internships, mentoring, and college readiness. The Hudson River Fisherman’s Association keeps an updated list of the kinds of fish being caught at spots up and down the river. Proceeds support Hudson River Community Sailing’s mission of […] Become a member for a year today by making a donation of any amount! I have become much more open, I have become a better leader, and most importantly I learned how to teach others the skills I have acquired. Join the fun and learn more about the fleet by stopping by the Pier 66 boathouse. Hudson River Maritime Museum 50 Rondout Landing Kingston, NY 12401 845-338-0071 fax: 845-338-0583 info@hrmm.org The Hudson River Maritime Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the maritime history of the Hudson River, its tributaries, and related industries. At the first of every month, we publish a free e-newsletter, letting subscribers know what’s happening in the river towns. Hudson River Community Sailing worked with 50 public high school students to learn about the sources, causes, and impacts of marine debris. To learn more about HRCS and the 9th annual Dark ‘n’ Stormy event, please visit http://hudsonsailing.org/ or contact info@hudsonsailing.org. It’ll be a a great night of music, dancing, Dark ‘n Stormies, and sunset views. He’s excited, learning, relaxing (all too rare for a city kid), and, most important, he’s engaged— pooling and building upon his efforts with other kids to sail a boat, and to experience and enjoy the results.”. Hudson River Community Sailing (HRCS) will host its 9th annual Dark n Stormy Benefit on Wednesday, May 25 aboard The Frying Pan, a historic lightship and popular Manhattan waterfront bar and grill. ", “HRCS has generously provided our students with vessels and sailing instruction of the highest quality. Tuesday, May 15 313 Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 Office: (845) 454-5176 | Fax: (845) 485-1641 Who knew?”, “Our son, Nick, has been in this program for 4 years and has learned all aspects of sailing. They are small boats that are fast and sporty, while being stable and safe. 2019 - $40,000 Program: Cultural Engagement. Since its founding in 2007, HRCS has experienced substantial growth and success. Advisory Committee. We work with the Veteran's Administration to provide adaptive sailing education, and host the annual Heroes on the Hudson event with the Wounded Warrior Project.