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Due to the construction of a new pedestrian bridge over the led by a section of the river will be closed to canoeing or kayaking from June - Nov, also causing Edgewater road to become a one-way northbound only road. For more info:
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 14
On May 22nd, we waded in the with to monitor the oyster beds at Soundview Park. The reef provides a number of advantages to the ecosystems in and around the River. To know more and get involved:
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 8
Journey through the lower segments of the Bronx via canoe traveling south and back on this urban adventure. Join us on a 2.5-mile paddle on June 15th and explore the estuary sections of the ! Registration open NOW! info:
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De L'or Cakery Jun 14
My best friend and I at my Bronx Dessert Fest last year on City Island
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 12
After a successful Flotilla and kicking off paddling season on the , lots of upcoming events this summer. Find out more in our June newsletter.
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Angela's Pulse Jun 11
Another chance to get on the with our Community Partners at the ! 🚣‍♀️
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 12
Join us on a challenging paddle through the Estuary on June 15th. Take on the challenge and register today to be a part of this urban adventure! To register:
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 7
Love biking and birds? Join us and the Urban Park Rangers tomorrow as we visit a variety of habitats by bike, hoping to see a diverse array of bird species that reside along the beautiful Greenway. Register for FREE today! Registration:
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Maggie Greenfield Jun 10
Way to go, Westchester! This is a huge step in cleaning up local waterways. Styrofoam is the #1 type of debris we find in the , floating down from Westchester County.
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 7
Join us tomorrow to explore native plant choices and site designs to create climate adaptive native gardens in this hands-on botanical workshop at the Foodway. Register now for FREE! Info:
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 9
Join a special guided tour of the on June 23rd. As part of the annual Summer Festival, take a Ramble exploring Soundview Park and its spectacular views of the Bronx River Estuary and Long Island Sound. For more info:
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 10
Join us for an adventure on the this weekend! Paddle 2.5 miles of the river and explore its estuary sections on June 15th. Register NOW! To register:
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The Wildlife Society Jun 6
persist, despite . But their diversity is low, researchers found, and many native are gone.
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Angela's Pulse Jun 7
to at the ! A year later we still remember all the beauty and history of that space. What do you remember from Fishtrap on the River? What do you carry with you? 📷 : Erik Carter
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lefthandid..... Jun 11
"CLAP YA HANDS AND DO THE GIGALO"..........the youngsters are like "huh ???"
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 6
Thank you for joining the flotilla, we hope to see you again and in the next year's flotilla!
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 8
Our Community Water Quality Monitoring Program has begun! We will monitor 14 sites along the every two weeks from May to October, to get a snapshot of the river's health. Want to get involved? Visit: to know more.
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 9
Join us on June 28th and every last Friday between the months of June-Oct for free community events. There will be fun activities along the : paddling trips, art workshops and more! For more info:
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 9
Become a Project WASTE volunteer and participate in our event on June 22nd! As a volunteer, you will count, assess and remove trash from the Muskrat Cove boom to help keep the healthy. Register NOW! More info:
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Bronx River Alliance Jun 8
Join for the 16th Annual Fish Parade on June 15th! Learn more about the biodiversity along the and issues of environmental awareness and community advocacy, ending the day with the Hunts Point Summer Festival. More info:
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