Shorewalkers is a non-profit group dedicated to promoting and preserving New York City’s surrounding shores. Our environmental and outdoors group has been a leading advocate for projects such as the development of the Grand Harlem River Park, a park larger and more diverse than Central Park, the 330-mile Hudson River Trail, and the opening to the public of Hudson River property Shorewalkers was instrumental in developing the Batt to Bear Trail, 56 miles from the Battery to Bear Mountain.
Since 1982, Shorewalkers has led invigorating walkers exploring varied and extensive shore areas in and around New York City. Shorewalkers, and its premier annual event, The Great Saunter, which takes place the first Saturday in May each year, have won praise and recognition from civic leaders and New York State Legislators.
THE SHOREWALKER is the newsletter of Shorewalkers Inc., a not-for-profit environmental organization dedicated to exploring and preserving the shores and wetlands of New York City and surrounding areas. We walk through and enjoy the outdoors, support efforts to build and maintain open spaces along our public waterways, educate people about the water front and encourage all to enjoy our environment.
|Friends of Shorewalkers:|
|Adirondack Mountain Club is dedicated to the conservation, preservation, and responsible recreational use of the New York State Forest Preserve and other parks wild lands and waters viral to its members and Chapters.||Friends of Hudson River Park is an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the completion, care, and enhancement of the Hudson River Park, and is the designated fundraising partner of the Hudson River Park Trust.|
|American Hiking Society founded in 1976, American Hiking Society is the only national organization that promotes and protects food trails, their surrounding natural areas, and the hiking experience||Hudson River Foundation …Make(s) science integral to decision-making with regard to the Hudson River and its watershed and to support competent stewardship of this extraordinary resource.|
|Appalachian Mountain Club…Promote(s) the protection, enjoyment, and understanding of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of the Appalachian region, and believe these resources have intrinsic worth and provide recreation opportunities, spiritual renewal, and ecological and economic health for the region.||New York Sierra Club Founded by legendary conservationist John Muir in 1892, the Sierra Club is now the nation’s largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization — with more than two million members and supporters.|