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Bronx River Alliance: Restoring Nature in the City

August 02, 2014

Bronx River Alliance: Restoring Nature in the City
A young scientist and an educator discuss work being undertaken by the Bronx River Alliance to restore and better understand the river's ecosystem and to introduce its beauty to the public.

Bronx River Alliance Chief Educator Damian Griffin takes us on a tour of the Alliance's projects and environmental scientist Leanne Enecio discusses the benefits and challenges of studying the Bronx River. Listen to the podcast and click here for information on how to get involved.

Science and the City thanks the Brotherton Foundation for its generous support of this podcast.