"Our River" TV Program
The mission of the Hoosic River Revival (HRR) is to bring back to life the concrete-channelized, inaccessible, unattractive, unhealthy 2.5 miles of the Hoosic River in downtown North Adams. Our ‘sister organization’, the Hoosic River Watershed Association (HoorWA) is dedicated to the restoration, conservation and enjoyment of the entire 75 miles of the Hoosic River that flows through northwestern Massachusetts, into southern Vermont, and through the middle of New York State, emptying finally into the Hudson River.
Lauren Stevens, who is the founder of HooRWA and also an HRR Board member, hosts a monthly local programming series about the Hoosic River Watershed. You will enjoy learning about the Hoosic River from the interesting, informed guests appearing on “Our River”.
Don’t miss these past episodes of Our River!
10-5-16 episode with Amanda Chilson from nbCC’s Mass in Motion program
8-30-16 episode with Mary Parkman
7-4-16 episode with Josh Moran and the City of NA Appalachian Trail designation
6-28-16 episode with Jude Stull and Mike Walen
5-26-16 episode with Tad Ames, president of BNRC
4-21-16 episode with Deerfield River fisher, Chris Jackson
3-21-16 episode with Jay Green of the Berkshire Scenic Trailway
12-3-15 episode with Redwood Project Manager Eric Kerns
10-27-15 episode with Matt School from Christodora
9-30-15 episode with Gordon Batcheller
8-28-15 episode with guest North Adams Mayor Richard Alcombright
5-29-15 episode with guest Melissa Patterson from SCA AmeriCorps
4-28-15 Lauren talks about the South Branch Pilot Project design options
4-2-15 with guest Kelly Nolan, Aquatic Taxonomist with Watershed Assessment Assoc.