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Hudson: The Story of a River

Hudson: The Story of a River In-Person

New York's iconic Hudson River changes dramatically as it journeys 315 miles from the Adirondacks to New York Harbor. Join Scott Stoner and Denise Hackett-Stoner for a photo tour highlighting the river's development from a tiny, shallow, rocky stream to a raging freshwater river, to a tidal estuary below Troy. We'll pass its deepest and widest points, view it from boats, shorelines and mountains, and observe the wildlife and habitats along its course as the river passes through forest, field, marshland, and cities large and small. We'll take in the dramatic human history of this great river as well, observe its role in art, transportation and industry, and ponder its fundamental role in America's environmental movement. Join us for this special look at "The River That Flows Both Ways."  Co-sponsored with the Southern Adirondack Audubon Society. Please register online.


Wednesday, April 28, 2021
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
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This online program uses the Zoom livestreaming platform. It will require access to a computer or mobile device with the Zoom app installed, or a phone for audio-only access. Registration with an email is required in order to receive information on how to connect. The email will be sent three hours prior to the scheduled start time of the program.