As spring creeps in, The Bronx River Alliance has planned lectures, workshops, family activities and walks to learn about the Bronx River. Check out some upcoming events to be a part of:
Water Quality Monitoring Training
Saturday, April 8
Become a citizen scientist, learn how to monitor water quality at the Center for the Urban River at Beczak in Yonkers (35 Alexander Street), from 9am to 1pm. This is a FREE event but registration is required. Register here.
Great Fish Count
Saturday, June 3
Step into some waders and see what lives below the surface of the Bronx River at Concrete Plant Park from 11am to 3pm. This is a FREE family friendly event and no registration is required. Please note that waders will only be available in adult sizes and children are required to bring and wear rain boots.
Monarch Educator Training
Thursday, June 8
Join Queens College GLOBE Metro and the Metropolitan Monarch Alliance for a teacher professional development workshop on Monarch Butterflies. The workshop will be at Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School starting at 9am. Curriculum for grades 1-6. This is a FREE event but registration is required. Register here.
Pop & Stock Celebration
Wednesday, September 6
Celebrate the return of the alewife herring to the Bronx River with a panel discussion with fish experts. The event will be at the NYC Arsenal (830 Fifth Ave) and will start at 6pm. Register here.
Citizen Science Data Jam
Wednesday, December 6
Celebrate all of the wonderful projects that have happened along the Bronx River in 2017! Join us along with our local partners and organizations as we celebrate data collected on the river. This is a FREE event but registration is required. More information click here.