HRR Signs Indigenous Peoples Day Proclamation

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...

HRR Is Pleased to Welcome 4 New Board Members

We are delighted to have the following people join the HRR Board of Directors: TIMOTHY J. CAFFREYA North Adams native, Williams College graduate, former market researcher, and retired US Army Colonel, Tim is now a family physician in San Antonio, TX, where he...

WAMC Article

WAMC recently wrote about HRR’s new leadership and new plan of action. Watch it here.

HRR Bolsters Management & Seeks Flood Control Funding

The newly- elected Co-Presidents of The Hoosic River Revival (HRR), Judy Grinnell and Richard Tavelli, are pleased to announce that HRR and the City of North Adams are together aggressively pursuing federal funding to modernize the city’s aging, 70+ year-old Hoosic...

HRR Paint and Sip

Join the Hoosic River Revival and Berkshire Paint and Sip at the North Adams Elks 487 to learn how to paint an original seasonal image of “Hoosic River in Autumn” on a 16×20 inch canvas. Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at 6 PM – 9 PM at the North Adams...

WGBY Connecting Point Interview with HRR and MA DER

WGBY Connecting Point’s Brian Sullivan visited North Adams to learn more about Hoosic River Revival Coalition‘s plans to clean up and beautify the waterway that runs through the Berkshire County...