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"Hudson River School Art Trail" by Elizabeth Jacks of the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, presented at the 4/13/12 Columbia-Greene Revitalizing Hudson Riverfronts forum.

"Hudson River School Art Trail" by Elizabeth Jacks of the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, presented at the 4/13/12 Columbia-Greene Revitalizing Hudson Riverfronts forum.

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  • The Hudson River School Art TrailElizabeth Jacks, Executive Director,Thomas Cole National Historic Site
  • Scenic Hudson’s Enduring Principles:Outstanding quality of life is achievable only when a clean, healthy environment is akey component of economic development.All citizens have a right to outstanding quality of life, including access to ourHudson River, to open space and to participate in community decision-making.Our natural environment is an irreplaceable source of spiritual and artistic vitalityand must be preserved forever.
  • Hudson River School Art Trail Partners•  Kevin Avery, Ph.D., Senior Research Scholar, Metropolitan Museum of Art•  Mark Castiglione, Acting Director, Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area•  Henry Miller, Chief Operating Officer, Goodman Media International, Inc.•  Sara Griffen, President, The Olana Partnership•  Evelyn Trebilcock, Curator, Olana State Historic Site•  John Stilgoe, Ph.D., Robert & Lois Orchard Professor in the History of Landscape, Harvard•  University•  Charles Forcey, president and founder, Historicus, Inc.•  Gregg Swanzey, Historic Kingston•  Greg Hoagland, Mohonk Preserve•  Gretchen Reed, Mohonk Mountain House•  Mary Kay Verba, Dutchess County Tourism•  Rick Remsnyder, Ulster County Tourism•  Karl Beard, Rivers & Trails program, National Park Service•  Sarah Olson, Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Site•  Kenneth Maddox, Curator, Newington-Cropsey House & Museum•  Conrad Hanson, consulting and project management in marketing.•  Johnnie Moore, theater actor, singer, performer.•  Kay Morgan, Director, The New Hampshire Heritage Project•  Joni Kinsey, Ph.D., Professor of American Art History, University of Iowa•  Robert Cottrell, Independent Curator and former Executive Director, Remick Museum and Farm, NH•  Marcia Blaine, Ph.D., Chair of the Department of History & Philosophy at Plymouth State University,•  Plymouth, NH