The story of Roxbury Farm in Kinderhook, NY, whose operating costs are covered by its 1,100 strong public shareholders who all hold a stake in the Farm.
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Footage of a shad fisherman and a discussion of the environmental problems facing the shad population in the Hudson.
John Liscomb, Patrol Boat Captain of the Riverkeeper in Newtown Creek, NY, talks about protecting the Hudson from big business polluters.
Rocking the Boat
Inner city kids learn how to make a boat and launch it after 3 months.
A film about the dream to return the Hudson to a transportation waterway filled with boats of all types – for transport, recreation and commerce.
Bill Fink’s Kids
A story about a retired gentleman who works for a city program to teach kids to fish at the tip of Manhattan. All the fish go into an aquarium so the kids can see the life that exists under the surface of the water – it’s a great education to instill in them the ethic of sustainability and caretaking of the River.
A tour of the Storm King Art Center, an avant-garde sculpture workshop set in the picturesque Hudson Valley.
Art teacher Linda Houlihan, brings kids to sketch wildlife along the Hudson river.
The annual Newburgh-to-Beacon Hudson River Swim is held to help support River Pool, the brain-child of folk singer Pete Seeger.
The Hudson River Estuary Program embarks on a tagging mission to investigate the population of a huge, prehistoric fish!