Journal

  • Jul052019
    Newburgh Clean Water Project: Water Salon: We Deserve Clean Water

    NCWP Water Salon #1 – Join Us Saturday, July 27th For a Free, Family-Friendly Event From 2PM – 9PM @ The Ritz!

    NCWP Water Salon #1 – JOIN US Saturday, July 27th FOR A FREE FAMILY-FRIENDLY EVENT FROM 2PM – 9PM @ THE RITZ! The Ritz is located…

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  • Jun282019
    City of Newburgh Watershed Tours - Free, Family-Friendly!

    Discover Your Watershed! Go on Safari with NCWP, Saturday, July 27, 2019

    CITY OF NEWBURGH’S WATERSHED SAFARIS – SATURDAY, JULY 27, 2019 Explore the City of Newburgh’s watershed and discover where our drinking water originally came from. Moving…

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  • Jun052019
    Oppose Danskammer rally in NBNY today.

    #OpposeDanskammer rally in NBNY Friday June 28, 2019

    Newburgh Clean Water Project, Food & Water Watch, and friends were proud to collect 500 local signatures in opposition to the reopening of the 550 MW…

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  • Jan022019

    Washington Post: ‘Not a problem you can run away from’: Communities confront the threat of unregulated chemicals in their drinking water

    By Brady Dennis — January 2, 2019 Excerpt 1 Harvard University researchers say public drinking-water supplies serving more than 6 million Americans have tested for the…

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  • Nov012018
    Save Patton Brook, Quassaick Creek Watershed, Newburgh, NY

    Save Patton Brook, an Important Part of Our Watershed, From Overdevelopment

    Patton Brook feeds into our original drinking water supply, Provides habitat, storm drainage, and natural filtration as water flows through the land. HELP SAVE IT FROM…

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  • May042018
    Hudson River, from People's Park Newburgh, NY

    May 4, 2019: 8th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep — Help Clean the Hudson River!

    Join NCWP for the 8th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep: May 4, 2019! LEARN MORE

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  • Apr292018
    EWG - PFAS Contamination Across Nation

    Environmental Working Group — Mapping National PFAS Contamination

    The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has been steadily mapping the spread of PFAS contamination across the nation. Here’s an overview of their findings: “In May 2018,…

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  • Jan042018

    Statewide Water Quality Rapid Response Team

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