Measuring Sea-Level Rise

1/22/19—Monitoring Impact on Tidal Marshes Late last fall, 3 NEIWPCC researchers at the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve finished installing 6 surface elevation tables… Continue reading >

Spring Conferences for All

1/22/19—This spring, hundreds of environmental professionals will participate in a NEIWPCC conference or workshop. The Commission’s spring lineup is especially wide-ranging this year because it… Continue reading >

Praise for Research Quality

1/22/19—Volunteers who monitor invasive plants for the Adirondack Mountain Club are trained in procedures for collecting and mailing plant samples for species verification. The training… Continue reading >

Government Shutdown

1/22/19—Commission mostly unscathed Four weeks into the partial shutdown of the federal government, NEIWPCC remains open for business. Nonetheless, some gaps are emerging.

New Narragansett Leader

1/22/19—Mike Gerel to be Program Director Mike Gerel, an environmental scientist who has led or contributed to water-basin initiatives on both coasts, will lead the… Continue reading >

In Brief

1/22/19—President Trump has signed into law the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act, a legislative priority for many water organizations The Peconic Estuary Program has a new… Continue reading >

Accolades and Accomplishments

1/22/19—The Narragansett Bay Estuary Program’s comprehensive 2017 State of Narragansett Bay and Its Watershed technical report is getting raves from other national estuary programs. Duane… Continue reading >

Notices and Events

1/22/19—Opportunities 2019 Planning for River Access Resiliency in the Hudson River Watershed. Requests for proposals, employment opportunities, and internships are posted as they become available. Events Jan. 27… Continue reading >

Tanks Forum Draws 750+

10/15/18—New underground tanks requirements due to take effect this month were on the agenda at the National Tanks Conference in Louisville in September. Among other… Continue reading >

Plastic Trash Targeted

10/15/18—Long Island Sound Study Campaign “Protect our wildlife: break the single-use plastic habit.” That was the rallying cry for a plastic trash reduction campaign that… Continue reading >