The Hudson River Park Trust will offer catch and release fishing, water quality testing, and watershed monitoring project demonstrations.
What does HRPT stand for?
HRPT stands for Hudson River Park Trust (open space project; New York)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
We are spending more on the pier to keep it open than we are getting in revenue," said Hudson River Park Trust CEO Madelyn Wils.
And, according to the Hudson River Park Trust, a city-and-state partnership charged with overseeing the Hudson River Park, the yet-to-be-finished Pier 26 will include a boat house, a cafe and an estuarium, or "wet lab" exhibiting local ecology.
As we celebrate the tenth anniversary of the enactment of the Hudson River Park Act, it is exciting to see the progress that is being made on Hudson River Park," said Diana Taylor, chair of the Hudson River Park Trust (HRPT).
NEW YORK, April 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Young Woo & Associates and Hudson River Park Trust (HRPT) are pleased to announce that the New York City Council approved the restoration and redevelopment of New York's historic Pier 57, marking the completion of the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP) process and marking a pivotal milestone in the realization of the project.
Hudson River Park Trust Chair Diana Taylor and New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn have served as featured speakers at the Council events.
A few blocks to the north, by West 15th Street, another site, Pier 57, has attracted the eyes of development heavies, as three firms submitted bids to the Hudson River Park Trust on Oct.
James Ortenzio and Robert Balachandran, chairman of the board and president, respectively, of local partner Hudson River Park Trust joined Joel Holtrop, deputy chief of state and private forestry for the U.