November News from CURB
CURB Receives $70,000 Grant for Hudson River Ecology Research with High School Students
Funding will support our newly created Rising TIDES: EELS Team.

CURB Participates in the 20th Annual "Day in the Life of the Hudson River"
CURB hosted a group of 30 students for this river-wide day of sampling.

Water Quality Data Analysis - Rainfall and Bacteria
We examine how rainstorms (or their lack of) and imperfect infrastructure systems combined cause introduction of bacteria to our waterways.

Amplifying Underrepresented Voices of the Hudson River Valley: The Myth of the Purchase of Manhattan
Curtis Zunigha shares the Lenape perspective on the 1626 purchase of the island of Manhattan.

Volunteer with the 2023 American Eel Migration Project
CURB is seeking volunteers for our winter/spring glass eel sampling season.

November 30th at CURB: Health and Sustainability Benefits of Westchester's Trees and Forests
An in-person workshop sponsored by the CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities.

About CURB
Launched June 2013, the Center for the Urban River at Beczak (CURB) is an alliance of Sarah Lawrence College and the Beczak Environmental Education Center. The mission of CURB is to advance environmental knowledge and stewardship by providing high quality K-12 environmental education for the local community, establishing a regional hub for research and monitoring focused on Hudson River estuary and urban watershed issues, and serving as a welcoming open community space for a variety of civic and cultural activities.
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