Newsletters

MRG’s Newsletter is published twice a year and is filled with information about the Gorge, our programs, community events and conservation ideas. Please enjoy our back issues:

 Spring 2017 PDF icon Bears in the Neighborhood?
New Look on Opening Day
Grants Update
River Clean Up
Education Program Updates
MRG Calendar

 

fall2016cover Fall 2016 PDF icon Critical Corridor Protected
Invasive Strike Force
Eagle Scout Project
Walking Tours
Education Program Updates
Boot Brushes

 

Spring 2016 PDF icon Wildflowers
Renewed Accreditation
Join the Anable Society
Bruce Museum Exhibition
Education Program Updates
Welcome Budd Veverka

 

Fall 2015 PDF icon Winter Memories
Levene Property Tours
Controlling Invasive Species
Bruce Museum Exhibition
Source to Sound
Our New Drone!

 

Spring 2015 PDF icon Mianus River Gorge adds 73 acre property
Volunteer events focus on invasive species
Hudson to Housatonic (H2H) Initiative
MRG joins County-wide Fisher Study
Source to Sound Watershed Tour
Wild Suburbia Expands to New Regions

 

Fall 2014 The Eastern Coyote
White Birch Lane property added to the Gorge
A new large-scale conservation initiative
Rippowam students help with clean up
Education Program Updates
History in the Gorge

 

Spring 2014 PDF icon The Rituals of Spring
Gorge Urban Wildlife Research
Experimenting with Forest Restoration
Education Program Updates
A New Face to our Old Lab
Calendar of Events

 

Fall 2013 PDF icon 60 Years Worth Celebrating!
Twin Lakes Restoration Efforts
Impact of Open Space on Pollution
New Preserve Manager and Staff Scientist
The Outdoor Observer
Summer Interns

 

Spring 2013 PDF icon Mianus River Gorge Turns 60!
MRG Partners with Pound Ridge Invasives Projects
Twin Lakes Has Been Saved!
10.8 Acres Donated to MRG
Citizen Scientists Needed
The Outdoor Observer

 

Spring 2012 Newsletter Cover Spring 2012 PDF icon Salamanders Adapting to Living Near Roads
Mark Weckel and Chris Nagy Earn Doctorates
MRGP Awarded Grants
Restoring Our Woodland Wildflowers
Meet Our New RAP Rebecca Walling
Class of 2012 Recognition

 

Fall 2011 PDF icon Kyle Bardwell Earns First Award at 2011 INTEL ISEF
Mianus Watershed Reports
Staff Publishes Scientific Papers
Volunteers Lend a Hand
Summer Interns 2011
WTPs on Nick News

 

Spring 2011 PDF icon MRGP Protects Key Land Parcel
Kyle Bardwell Headed for INTEL ISEF
Rusticus Garden Club Establishes Scholarship
Ground-Breaking Coyote Study Underway
Cornell’s Sheila Saia to Study Phosphates

 

Fall 2010 PDF icon MRGP Earns National Recognition
Summer Mianus River Clean-Up
Improvements to Welcome Area and Parking Lot
Learning to Appreciate Urban Coyotes
Summer Interns Conduct Research Studies

 

Spring 2010 PDF icon Salamander Census
Owl Project Update
2009 Interns on Long-Term Ecological Studies
Wildlife Techs Recognized at Competitions
Mianus River Clean-Up

 

Fall 2009 PDF icon New Landscapes in Land Preservation
MRGP Awarded Two Grants
Introducing New Board Member: Gerry Gorman
Owl Project Update
Read-a-Thesis: Mike O’Brien

 

Spring 2009 PDF icon Who’s Whoo-ing in Your Backyard?
Yale’s Steve Brady to Study Road-Salt Effects
Update on Watershed Initiatives
Spotlight on Wildlife Techs
Volunteer Recognition

 

Fall 2008 PDF icon Have You Seen This Deer?
38-Acre Conservation Easement Donation
Kudos to our 2008 Summer Interns
Wildlife Tech Field Studies in Progress
Rod Christie Awarded GCA Award

 

The mission of Mianus River Gorge, an independent, not-for-profit organization, is to preserve, protect and promote appreciation of the natural heritage of the Mianus River watershed through land acquisition and conservation, scientific research and public education throughout the region.
Mianus River Gorge, 167 Mianus River Road, Bedford, New York 10506     914-234-3455     info@mianus.org

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