Bringing Communities to Life
Bringing Communities to Life
Urban Access to Healthy Foods
Urban Access to Healthy Foods
Cultivating Future Gardeners
Cultivating Future Gardeners

For more than a decade Groundwork Hudson Valley has been a dynamic force for change in distressed communities in the lower Hudson Valley. Groundwork works to make neglected neighborhoods more livable and sustainable through an array of on-the-ground environmental projects that directly involve local residents, especially youth.

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Science Barge Season Opening April 12 -- 2pm Ribbon Cutting ribbon cutting - horiz crop Great Saw Mill River Cleanup April 26 -- 10am -1pm at Multiple locations Registration begins 3rd week of March

Community Engagement Through the Arts

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Saw Mill River Programs

The Science Barge

Science Barge The Barge is open for weekday educational programs and field trips for schools, camps, and other groups from mid-April through early November. Programs range from 1-3 hours and cost $175-$450. We are currently scheduling field trips for the summer! Call 914-375-2151 or e-mail sciencebarge@groundworkhv.org if you are interested in booking.

For weekend walk-ons, we have a $3 suggested donation. Free for children 10 years old and younger! Mid-April - November Weekend Hours: Saturdays & Sundays 12-6pm

Also, from July to October 2013, we have Art & Science Sundays for kids. Go to the Science Barge page and click on "Events & Workshops" to find out more about this fun and educational weekend activity!

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IMG_2418 Groundwork Hudson Valley needs your financial support to expand its programs to more people in our communities. We are educating and engaging people of all ages through collaborative projects and groundbreaking models of sustainability, like the Science Barge. Donations to Groundwork Hudson Valley are tax deductible. You can conveniently donate online, or mail a check.