In the News

Richard Conniff on ecological restoration: The Broken Promise of Ecological Restoration

Articles written by staff Biologists, Jamie Deppen and Catherine McGlynn and published in the Poughkeepsie Journal:

July 26, 2009:  Populate Backyard With Native Plants to Create a Healthy Habitat

June 28, 2009:  Bogs, Fens Are Home to Wealth of Unusual Life

January 18, 2009: Focus on Vulnerable Species — Some highlights of research conducted by Hudsonia’s Conservation Ecology Program: Cecropia moth, clam shrimp, mudpuppies and Blanding’s turtle

December 28, 2008: 1 River, Many Ecosystems — An overview of Hudsonia’s Wetlands and Waterways Program and its research in the Hudson River estuary, Hudson Valley streams and wetlands

November 16, 2008: Focus on Valley Habitats — Some highlights from programs of Hudsonia’s Biodiversity Resources Center: habitat mapping and biodiversity assessment training

September 7, 2008: Flood Management — Environmental Science Advisory Network (ESAN) introduces its “Recommendations for stream and flood management in Dutchess County”

May 4, 2008: Invaders Present Pros and Cons — Northeast Natural History Conference symposium highlights some invaders of the Hudson Valley: zebra mussels, water chestnut, beech bark disease and common reed

April 13, 2008: Alien Species Can Be Beneficial — Northeast Natural History Conference to feature symposium on invasive plant-native organism interactions

April 6, 2008:  Plants Support River Life — Research and monitoring of submerged aquatic vegetation on the Hudson River

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