Category Archives: Educator Blog

Mystic Whaler Joins Clearwater for Spring Education Sails

The time has finally come for the Whaler Education Team to transit to the 79th Street Boat Basin. Our journey started with calm waters that looked like glass. We got to see jellyfish and had hoped to see a whale, … Continue reading

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What Onboard Volunteers Mean to Clearwater

By Isaac Santner, Education Coordinator Our onboard volunteers are one of our most important resources, and we need many more for this upcoming season. We are looking for folks to come out with on the Mystic Whaler this spring, and to start … Continue reading

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New Blog: ‘Teaching on the River’

Check out our new Clearwater online logbook, offering the insights of our educators and crew as they sail this summer. To visit the blog, go to https://hudsonriversloopclearwater.wordpress.com/ or click on “Education” in the green banner on our home page, and then click on … Continue reading

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Sloop Clearwater Volunteer: Jake Salt

Each year, we take thousands of students and adults out on the Clearwater. We have a tireless crew, great interns, knowledgeable educators, and a well-respected program. None of it would be possible without the volunteers who each give a week … Continue reading

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Sloop Clearwater Volunteer: Shane Nolan

Shane Nolan, now a student at the State University of New York campus in Buffalo, volunteered on board Clearwater when he was still a high school student. Here, he tells in his own words what the experience was like. Volunteers … Continue reading

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