Clearwater board meetings are open to members to attend. Meetings are held at the Clearwater offices located at 724 Wolcott Avenue, Beacon, NY, unless otherwise indicated.
Green Jobs Resources
For all those recent GO GREEN graduates, or anyone interested in a professional career in the environmental workforce, check out the Green Jobs Resources page on Clearwater.org. with links to websites that may guide your career path to work for a cleaner, greener, healthier future!
Spread the Word!
Let your friends know about Clearwater and the important work we are doing: share our website link, www.clearwater.org
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June 16 & 17
Croton Point Park, Westchester County, NY
Clearwater Metro North Package Save the Environment and Time with Mass Transit Travel Option
Clearwater and Metro North are offering a special package that includes a discounted Clearwater Festival pass and rail fare. Festival attendees can take the Hudson Line to Croton-Harmon Station, where they can board the free shuttle to Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival taking place June 16 and 17 at beautiful Croton Point Park.
The Clearwater Festival Getaways Package can be purchased from any Metro-North ticket office or full-service ticket vending machine (excluding Croton Harmon Station). Package price from stations varies.Click here to visit the Metro North Getaways web pagefor more information and the package price from your boarding station.
At Croton Harmon Station, you step off the train and onto a shuttle for a 5 minute ride to the Festival gates. Additional shuttles have been added and Festival gates will open earlier this year at 9:00 AM on both days. For more information about Festival weekend, please visit www.ClearwaterFestival.org
2nd Annual Festival Friday Gala
To thank our generous $500 & $1000+ Patron Fish Donors, we invite you to join us for a celebration on the Hudson River at Croton Point Park, Croton-on-Hudson, NY, featuring Clearwater's Indian Point Campaign.
$1,000 Sturgeon Fish donors receive 2 weekend tickets to Festival, 2 tickets to an evening with a waterfront reception followed by intimate music performances with an evening sail on the River and special Clearwater gifts.
$500 Striped Bass donors receive 2 weekend tickets to Festival, 2 tickets to an evening sail with delicious desserts and beverages, passionate speakers, musical performers and special Clearwater gifts.
To join Clearwater for this very special Festival Friday event
With all the media coverage and international attention given to the unspeakable disaster in Fukushima, Japan, and the lasting memory of the terrorist attacks on New York on September 11, 2001, little or nothing has been done to address Indian Point's inadequate and unworkable evacuation plan.
Assemblywoman Naomi Rivera, Bronx, takes the welfare of her constituents and the region seriously. She is calling for the NY State Assembly to investigate the effectiveness of current Indian Point evacuation planning and address its deficiencies.
Featuring Tuthilltown Spirits'onboard the Schooner Mystic Whaler
Saturday, June 9, 5- 8 PM
Sailing from Cold Spring, NY
Onboard presentation about the history and the distilling process of Hudson Whiskey's Local Spirits. Presented by distiller and partner, Ralph Erenzo.
After the sail, passengers are invited to join the crew at Cold Spring Depot for special whiskey cocktails and dinner. Passengers also receive a 10% discount on their dinner and a free Hudson Whiskey cocktail of their choice when they arrive at the restaurant.
Fresh strawberry shortcake, homemade biscuits, local berries and real whip cream, sails on the ferry sloop Woody Guthrie, live music with Dan Einbender and the Rivertown Kids, Jim Connor, Mark McNutt and the Offshoots, Mara Lavine & Caroline Cutroneo, RJ Storm and Old School, Driscoll and Smith, and Mighty Girl.
Clearwater is a member-supported organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the Hudson River and its tributaries, providing innovative environmental programs, advocacy and celebrations to inspire and energize the next generation of environmental leaders.
Since the launch of the sloop Clearwater in 1969, more than a half million people have experienced their first real look at an estuary's ecosystem onboard America's Environmental Flagship. Today, the organization is partnering with schools and community leaders to raise the bar of environmental education and working to create a sustainable world of green jobs in a green economy.