Thank you to all who made the 2016 Bronx River Watershed Summit a tremendous success! Elected officials, government representatives and community leaders presented their ideas and projects to a standing-room only crowd, followed by dynamic break-out talks and activities on topics ranging from oil spill response to art as a tool for community engagement. A poster session of student work (upstream and downstream!) capped off the day.
We deeply appreciate the Westchester Community Foundation and Patagonia's support of this remarkable day that underscored the importance of cross-jurisdictional coordination for the Bronx River!
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