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Pocantico River Watershed Alliance

Connectivity in Westchester and Beyond

Upcoming & Recent Events


Dr. Rubbo Speaks: Biodiversity In The Suburbs

Dr. Mike Rubbo spoke at Teatown Lake Reservation about how the Pocantico River Watershed is a hotspot for natural resources.
Date: 4/16/19
Time: 6:30 PM

Jen Epstein Speaks: Micropollutants

Jen Epstein from Riverkeeper spoke at Pace University about the ways micropollutants enter the waterways. 
Date: 9/12/17
Time: 4:30 PM


About the Watershed 


The Pocantico River Watershed is around 9 miles long, and is part of the larger Hudson River Watershed. This region is an ecologically sensitive area as well as home to millions of people. The river begins in New Castle, passes through Rockefeller State Park, and ends in Sleepy Hollow where it feeds into the Hudson.

Map Design: Dr. Peggy Minnis

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