Arts, Culture, and Humanities

Hudson River Heritage, Inc.

  • Rhinebeck, NY
  • www.hudsonriverheritage.org

Mission Statement

Hudson River Heritage (HRH) is a nonprofit membership organization committed to preserving the unique character of the Mid-Hudson Valley's historic architecture, rural landscapes and scenic viewsheds through advocacy and education. HRH is the federally-designated steward for the Hudson River National Historic Landmark District, a 32-square-mile area stretching from Staatsburg, in Dutchess County, to Clermont, in Columbia County.

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Service Areas

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New York

HRH is the federally-designated steward for the Hudson River National Historic Landmark District, a 32-square-mile area stretching from Staatsburg, in Dutchess County, to Clermont, in Columbia County, New York.

ruling year

1976

President

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Mr. Warren Temple Smith

Keywords

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Hudson Valley, Preservation, Education, Advocacy

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Also Known As

HRH

EIN

51-0192461

 Number

3435606916

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Historical Societies, Historic Preservation (A82)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Programs

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Program 1

With its educational programs, Hudson River Heritage (HRH) fosters informed stewardship of our shared historic resources. In addition to its flagship offering, the annual Country Seats Tour, HRH sponsors a symposium exploring historic landscapes in the valley, and a variety of other lectures and field trips, many of which are free and open to the public. In its role as a preservation advocate, HRH provides reasoned, professionally-based commentary on important issues, and similarly professional guidance to groups with preservation concerns throughout the region. HRH co-founded the Hudson Valley Preservation Coalition, a group of environmental, community, business and preservation organizations united to block one of the nation's largest coal-fired cement plants (St. Lawrence Cement) from being built near Frederic Church's Olana.

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Service Areas

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New York

HRH is the federally-designated steward for the Hudson River National Historic Landmark District, a 32-square-mile area stretching from Staatsburg, in Dutchess County, to Clermont, in Columbia County, New York.

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Hudson River Heritage, Inc.

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President

Mr. Warren Temple Smith

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Mr. Warren Temple Smith

Warren Temple Smith Architects, LLC

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