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View our fully formatted May 2017 newsletter as a PDF, or view one of our past newsletters!
  • April 2017, 1 Month to Go, Bronx River Bounces Back, Sheridan Expressway, Christadora Service Project, Ready for Eels & Fish, Bronx River as Laboratory, Join Bronx River Team, 2017 Membership Benefits
  • March 2017, Bronx River Receieves Community Development Award, New Leadership, Bronx River Sweep, Join the Bronx River Team, 2017 Membership Benefits
  • February 2017, Are You Ready?, Volunteers from Sustainable South Bronx, Join the Bronx River Team, Volunteer in 2017, Community Resilience, Speak up for Bronx Parks!, 2017 Membership Benefits
  • January 2017, New Year Resolutions, Southern Blvd Neighborhood, Project WASTE, 2017 Membership.

 

 


BRONX RIVER ALLIANCE TEAMS
 

For information about a specific Bronx River Alliance team, please contact the following:

 

Bronx River Alliance Board: Kellie Terry-Sepulveda (718) 542-4138; Maarten de Kadt (212) 255-4403; or Linda Cox, (718) 430-4668.

 

Greenway Team: Claudia Ibaven, claudia.ibaven@parks.nyc.gov, (718) 430 4618; Hatuey Ramos, hatuey@landromatproject.org; or Nilka Martell, nilkamartell@yahoo.com

 

Ecological Restoration & Management Team: Michelle Luebke, michelle.luebke@parks.nyc.gov  (718) 430 4690; Jessica Arcate Schuler, jarcate@nybg.org; or Angela Tovar, atovar@thepoint.org;

 

Education Program:Kathalene Lamboy, kathalene.lamboy@parks.nyc.gov (718) 430-4614; 

Outreach Program: Joseph Sanchez, joseph.sanchez@parks.nyc.gov, (718) 430-4636


 

The Bronx River Alliance thanks our supporters for making the Bronx River a true resource for all New Yorkers!

 

The Alliance works in close partnership with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation and with over 100 other partners to reclaim the Bronx River.
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