Author Archives: Kelley Howard

Winter Sale at the Clearwater Store

Winter sales are on at the Clearwater store! Use promo code Holiday2017 for 15% off all merchandise (excludes public sail gift certificates). SHOP NOW! And don’t forget to do your online shopping at smile.amazon.com! Amazon smile will donate a portion … Continue reading

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Clearwater Festival Pre-Sale

The Great Hudson River Revival returns to to beautiful Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson, NY on June 16 & 17!   Our Special Weekend Pass & Weekend + Camping Pre-Sale begins today (November 16th) and is only available for a limited time!  We’ve kept … Continue reading

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Clearwater Receives Environmental Excellence Award

DEC Announces Winners of 14th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards State Recognizes New York Organizations and Municipalities as Innovation and Sustainability Leaders (Original Article published at http://www.dec.ny.gov) New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today recognized seven … Continue reading

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Clean Water NOW

Donate Today.   For decades, Clearwater has spoken truth to power about issues that threaten clean water. We cannot let our hard won environmental progress be stalled or rolled back. Too much is at stake.  Together, we need to lean … Continue reading

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FORUM TO PRESENT EXPERT SOURCES ON NAVIGATING IMPACTS OF INDIAN POINT’S CLOSURE

Indian Point will soon shut down permanently, with its two operating reactors slated to close in 2020 and 2021, respectively.  That raises thorny, vital but as yet unanswered questions about protecting public health and safety as the plant enters its … Continue reading

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