The Round Goby Has Reached the Hudson. Will It Keep Going?
The round goby, a prolific and destructive invasive fish, has spread from the Great Lakes all the way to the Hudson River. New York's canal operators are trying to keep it from invading Lake Champlain too. Does the plan go far enough?
The Little Schooner That Might
Sail freight is desperately romantic. True believers think it could help solve the climate crisis. Is it a real solution?
Amtrak’s Secret Plan to Fence Off Parts of the Hudson River
A confidential document obtained by The River details the railroad company’s strategy for further limiting access to the river’s east bank.
A forested former industrial site in Kingston and Ulster could be made into a state park.
Hudson Valley State Parklands May Soon Increase
Gov. Cuomo proposes adding more than 2,000 acres among other robust environmental initiatives in 2020 State of the State address.
Between the Engineer and the Poet
On the Hudson Valley’s rich heritage of environmental activism.
A Living River
A new short film from National Geographic filmmaker Jon Bowermaster looks at efforts by Riverkeeper, the DEC, and others to restore the life within our majestic Hudson River.
The Latest on the Wallkill River Cleanup
A forthcoming clean water plan from the DEC will outline a strategy to end harmful algal blooms in one of the Hudson's largest tributaries.
Is the Hudson River Cleanup Finished?
The EPA Thinks So. New York State’s DEC Says No Way.
Cleaning Up The Hudson
Has the decade-long General Electric river cleanup been effective? Would the river have been better off left alone?