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A new feature-length documentary features Bronx River


On March 20, the Bronx River Alliance hosted a screening and panel discussion of Water Blues, Green Solutions at the Arsenal as a part of our Education Program’s Wade into the River series of workshops, trainings, and lectures on Bronx River topics.

Water Blues, Green Solutions is a documentary produced by Penn State Public Media that tells the stories of real people solving their "water blues" with green infrastructure solutions. Narrated by Bronx native Majora Carter, the film focuses on four cities across the country: Portland, San Antonio, Philadelphia, and a segment on the Bronx and the Bronx River, highlighting the work of the Bronx River Alliance, Rocking the Boat, and Sustainable South Bronx.

The panel was moderated by Debora Marton, Acting Director of the New York Restoration Project and featured Frank Christopher, Filmmaker; Angela Licata, NYCDEP Assistant Commissioner for Sustainability; Adam Green, Executive Director of Rocking the Boat; Majora Carter, Majora Carter Group; Marc Cammarata, Philadelphia Water Department Watershed Director; and Gregory Kiss, Principal of Kiss + Cathcart, Architects.


About the Bronx River Alliance

The Bronx River Alliance is a coordinated voice for the river that works in partnership to protect, improve and restore the Bronx River corridor so that it can be a healthy ecological, recreational, resource for the communities through which it flows.

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