A day of science, history, art, and exploration in the Bronx River

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Calling all past, present, and future Bronx River Stewards! 
Bring the whole family to enjoy a day of science, history, art, and exploration in the Bronx River. Join a science study in the morning to discover the secrets of the river, from how it flows to what lives in its depths. Then we hope to see you afterward at 2pm in Concrete Plant Park for data sharing and entertainment.
When: Saturday, August 13, 2016
To sign up for the research study of your choice click here. For more information, contact Michelle Luebke at michelle.luebke@parks.nyc.gov or call 718-430-4690.
Take a look at this video about the Bronx River and its eels that will also be part of the many activities during the day!
This event is part of the Wade into the Bronx River: a series of free lectures, workshops, and training on how the river is an outdoor classroom. Thank you to the Sarah K. de Coizart Article TENTH Perpetual Trust for their support.
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