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The River Project

Mission: The River Project is a marine science field station founded in 1986 at Pier 26 in Tribeca, on the lower west side of Manhattan, in New York City. The River Project works to protect and restore the ecosystem of New York Harbor and the Hudson River estuary through scientific research, hands-on environmental education, community programs, and waterfront habitat improvement.

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Focus Areas:

    • Animal Related
    • Community Improvement and Capacity Building
    • Education
    • Environment
    • Research in Science, Technology, and Social Sciences
    • Youth

Site types on which the group works:

    • Stream / River / Canal
    • Waterfront / Beach / Shoreline
    • Watershed / Sewershed
    • Greenway / Rail-Trail
    • Natural / Restoration Area
    • Park

Services the group provides:

    • Buildings / Facilities
    • Data

Contact Information:
Address: Pier 40 at West St. & Houston St., 2nd Floor
New York, NY  10014
Contact Person: Cathy Drew
Phone: 212-233-3030

Year group was founded: 1986

Property jurisdiction on which the group works:
Public and Private

Organization size:
Paid Staff: 4 to 5
Volunteers: 11+
Members: 0 to 1
Annual Budget: $200,000-$500,000
Primary Funding Source:

Places where the organization works:

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FSID: 20A1339