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New Shoreline Resource: Ten Questions to Ask When Building Defenses to Protect Hudson River Shorelines

The Hudson River Estuary has numerous shoreline areas that stand to benefit from the implementation of new shore zone infrastructure. The term “infrastructure” represents built structures such as bulkheads, sills, and revetments, as well as enhancements to such structures such as planted vegetation. However, there are many factors to consider before making any decision regarding shore zone management, and Dr. David Strayer details many of these in Ten Questions to Ask When Building Defenses to Protect Hudson River Shorelines. These individual questions combine to form a thorough but simplified framework, which can assist stakeholders from a variety of backgrounds on how to make the best decisions when it comes to building and managing shore zone infrastructure along the Hudson.

The Hudson River Foundation provided funding for this brochure.

For physical copies, please contact hrnerr@dec.ny.gov

 
Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
NOAA National Estuarine Research Reserve System

Canoe launch road and the trail south to Bard College are temporarily closed – 2020

As of June 12th: Kidd Lane entrance to the Tivoli Bays WMA, canoe launch road and the trail south to Bard College are temporarily closed, due to construction activities for the Empire State Trail.   Once the construction is complete, the area will be re-opened to the public. Thank you.

 

Tivoli Bays Launch Closure – 2020

The canoe and kayak launch on the Kidd Lane access road at Tivoli Bays WMA is closed for renovations until further notice. At this time, DEC does not have an estimated completion date for the project. Please contact Nathan Ermer at 845-256-3047 for more information about this project. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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