Riverkeeper, Beer and Trivia: Newburgh Brewing Company
We hope you'll come help Riverkeeper raise a glass incelebration at the Newburgh Brewing Company for the 10,000 hours of dedicated support that you and over 2,000 volunteers like you have provided to Riverkeeper and the Hudson River in 2014. RSVP
Here are five reasons why you should join us at an upcoming volunteer appreciation happy hour:
1. You support Riverkeeper, please give us a chance to say thank you.
2. We can’t pay for your beer, but the appetizers are on us!
3· Meet other dedicated clean water advocates from your stretch of the river.
4. Learn more about what you helped us accomplish in 2014 and get the download on our goals for 2015, including in-person volunteer trainings happening throughout New York City and the Hudson Valley this winter.
5. Haven’t had the opportunity to volunteer with us yet? Want to increase your involvement? Have a friend who wants to get involved? All are good reasons to come out, bring your friends, and get to know us.
We are hosting events in Albany, Peekskill, Newburgh, Kingston and Manhattan. Please RSVPfor the event in your region. We highly encourage all past and present Ambassadors, outreach volunteers, Sweep Leaders, Sweep volunteers, and volunteer-curious to attend.
About Riverkeeper Inc.
20 Secor Road, Ossining, NY 10562, US
Riverkeeper's mission is to protect the Hudson River and the drinking water supply for 9 million New York City and Hudson Valley residents.
Riverkeeper's mission is to protect the environmental, recreational and commercial integrity of the Hudson River and its tributaries, and to safeguard the water supply for 9 million people in New York City and he Hudson Valley.
Major ongoing campaigns include Close Indian Point, Crude Oil Transport Risks and Hudson River Water Quality.
Since our founding in 1966, our organization has championed the rights of citizens to stop pollution, and reclaim waterways for swimming, fishing and other public uses. We have brought hundreds of polluters to justice and helped found the Keeper movement that now boasts over 200 organizations worldwide devoted to protecting local waterways.
Investigations and cases often start with a simple phone call or e-mail from a citizen watchdog, or someone hailing our patrol boat out on the river with a tip. On the river, Capt. John Lipscomb patrols the 150-mile Hudson River Estuary from New York City to Waterford monthly, to investigate and stop pollution.
We serve a diverse population, from urban dwellers residing in New York City to local fishermen and working class families who live and work in the rural Hudson Valley.