Lots of things are going on here at HRR! Click below to find out.
We are delighted to have the following people join the HRR Board of Directors: ELY JANIS Ely is Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of History at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, where he teaches courses on nineteenth and twentieth century American...
The Hoosic River Revival is sponsoring a community walk exploring the Hoosic River’s North Branch, in the area of Union and Canal Streets in North Adams. The walk will take place from 1:00-2:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 6, starting at the Canal Street parking lot...
Like many of its fellow North Adams organizations, the Hoosic River Revival was pleased to sign the city’s Indigenous Peoples Day proclamation. The name of the 75 mile long river flowing through our city, west to Williamstown, north into Vermont, and finally west...
Restore a River, Revitalize a City
In response to many people asking ‘how can you change the river walls?’ or ‘will you maintain flood protection?’ or ‘what are the benefits in doing all this’, the River Revival commissioned Bill Matthiesen at Berkshire Film and Video to make this short film.
2015 South Branch Concept Design
Inter-Fluve and Sasaki, both internationally recognized river restoration/urban design firms, helped create the half mile, detailed design pilot project, and also a conceptual design for the entire South Branch.
Help Support our Goals
Exciting things are happening at HRR! We now have a design for our demonstration project on the South Branch, with a goal of creating a swimmable, fishable, boatable Hoosic River. But we need your help to keep the momentum going and would appreciate any support you can give us!