River Project’s Virtual Programs

HRPK's River Project Program Highlights

Program Recaps

Hudson River Park’s River Project offers a series of engaging and inclusive virtual programs that invite participants to explore STEM topics and connect to the Park’s 400-acre Estuarine Sanctuary. Budding scientists can engage with the Hudson River from anywhere and enjoy a wide range of programs, from oysters and waterfront history to plankton and fish ecology.

For a list of upcoming programs, see our event calendar.

Want to learn more? Check out encores from some of our favorite programs below!

Scientist Peter Park holding a small shark

Check out encores from this program here!

Purple gloved scientists add water to the beaker

Our River Project team conducts ongoing research and monitoring projects to help protect and restore the Park’s 400-acre Estuarine Sanctuary. Current projects are focused on fish ecology, eDNA, microplastics, shoreline debris, oysters, pathogens, water quality and more.

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Enjoy highlights from our 2020 SUBMERGE Marine Science Festival.