That event marks the birth of practical inter-city commerce by airplane," Mark Castiglione, Acting Executive Director of the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area commented.
What does HRVNHA stand for?
HRVNHA stands for Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area (New York)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Hood River Valley High School (Hood River, OR)
- Heart Rate Variant Hinder (internal medicine)
- Hrvatski Ratni Vojni Invalid
- Hudson River Valley Institute (Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Human Rights Violations Investigation Commission (aka the Oputa Panel; Nigeria)
- Human Rights Violations Investigation Panel (Nigeria)
- Haute Resolution Visible Infra Rouge (French: High Resolution Visible Infrared; sensor)
- High-Resolution Visible and Infrared (imaging instrument)
- Hiwassee River Valley Kennel Club (American Kennel Club; Murphy, NC)
- Holy Redeemer Visiting Nurse Agency (New Jersey)
- Hemi-Central Retinal Vein Occlusion (eye disorder)
- Hybrid Reciprocal Velocity Obstacles (robotics)
- Highly Reactive Volatile Organic Compound
- Heart Rate Variability Power Spectrum
- Human Rights Violators and Public Safety Unit (US Immigration and Customs Enforcement)
- Hudson River Valley Review (journal; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Hood River Valley Residents Committee (Oregon)
- Heart Rate Variability at Respiratory Frequency
- High-Resolution-Visible Range Instruments
- High Risk for Violence Response Team
Samples in periodicals archive:
A particular example, the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area (Area), exemplifies how federal, state and local government and citizenry can work together to promote effective management of cultural, historical and natural heritage.
This is the kind of development that is consistent with and complementary to the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area and the American Heritage River designations -- development that respects the history of these communities, improves the environment and takes advantage of our greatest asset, the Hudson River.