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TTarnowsky

Friends board member Tom Tarnowsky photographed these lovely edible fungi at the Northern end of the trail.

Chicken of the Woods grows on fallen, rotting tree trunks.

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FOCAAdmin

The problem: Stilt grass is ubiquitous on the Aqueduct trail and in mid-September is currently flowering and will shortly start to set the seeds which will widely disperse onto the trail.

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FOCAAdmin

Friends Board member Thomas Tarnowsky tooks this stunning video of the Croton Dam spillway a day after Hurricane Ida dropped a record amount of rain on our region.

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FOCAAdmin

SIX NEW MOBILE AUDIO TOURS LEAD TO ADVENTURES IN HISTORIC HUDSON RIVER TOWNS

Free Driving, Walking and Biking Tours Cross Over the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge and the Bear Mountain Bridge

TARRYTOWN, NY (SPRING, 2021) After a year of the COVID-19 crisis keeping people homebound, many are looking for ways to safely explore and enjoy the world around them. Six new mobile audio tours are now ready to guide visitors through the Historic Hudson River Towns, a group of charming riverfront communities just north of New York City.

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FOCAAdmin

Excerpt from The Rivertowns Enterprise. Readers can access the full story starting on page 5 of the Rivertowns Enterprise e-digital version from their August 13th edition.  They can open a free e-edition account to view the article at Rivertowns Enterprise e-edtion.

By Kris DiLorenzo

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