The Hudson River Watertrail Association is a coalition of small boaters, primarily human and wind powered, who are actively interested in the Hudson River as a treasure of natural and human history.
The HRWA was formed in 1992 as an all-volunteer, non-profit environmental and recreational action group, with the specific goal of building a river trail from the Atlantic Ocean to Canada and promoting a low impact approach to the river. The group was born of the realization that the Hudson River was difficult to access or actively use by small car-top boaters, including those interested in multi-day trips on the river.
Video of our 2014 Paddle for a Cure
Thanks to Terry and the Hudson Valley Ramble for sharing
The Fourth Annual Paddle for a Cure
Benefiting the Support Connection sponsored by The Hudson River Watertrail Association
This year’s event was a huge success and we raised more money for charity than ever before, paddling and partying on the Hudson River.
Riverkeeper is a member-supported watchdog organization dedicated to defending the Hudson River and its tributaries and protecting the drinking water supply of nine million New York City and Hudson Valley residents.