Category Archives: Environmental Issues

The Regal Fight for Storm King Mountain

By Madison A. Hayes Storm King Mountain is an imposing force along the Hudson River. The river itself has played a significant role in the Hudson River Valley for centuries, and Storm King has also been a part of this … Continue reading

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PCBs in the Hudson River: The Rehabilitation of a Superfund Site

By Maggie Hankins For centuries, the Hudson River has been well documented as one of the most important natural features in northeastern American history. Having been closely monitored almost continuously for the past 25 years, the Hudson now exists as … Continue reading

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From Food to Pest to Moral Dilemma: A History of Deer in the Hudson Valley

By Mikko Harvey Deer are very present today Hudson Valley–they can be seen browsing in a backyard on a quiet afternoon, sneaking around a farm in the middle of the night, or, sadly, as road kill by the side of … Continue reading

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