As winter turns to spring each year, the slight warming of the water, the subtle lengthening of the daylight, and simple biologic triggers can send an assortment of saltwater fish inland to reproduce.
Hudson River Field Station Archives - State of the Planet
In the Next Generation of Hudson River Educators program, students learned what community members think about the Hudson and developed tools to share their own findings.
Interviews provide an emotional and thoughtful connection to others through discussing and sharing over topics that they might never have a chance to discuss otherwise.
When it comes to access to nature and environmental protection of these resources, environmental resources are all too often not allocated equitably.
Interns developed skills in science communication by creating educational materials about the river’s colorful stories, myths, and misunderstandings.
In a summer program, students learned about and discussed the science of the Hudson River watershed, as well as the social issues present in their daily lives.
The newly renovated research facility will host an educational mural that combines art and science.