Friends of Sherman Creek Conservancy

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The Preservation, Restoration, and Conservation of the Sherman Creek salt marsh wetlands on the Harlem River, one of the last pieces of wetlands left in New York City, and to promote public access to an active waterfront for the communities of Washington Heights and Inwood, in Northern Manhattan, New York City,

 The creation of a new Sherman Creek Waterfront Park/Malecon with the reopening of Academy Street as a pedestrian walkway to be connected to the new pocket parks from 202nd to 206th Street and to the Harlem River Greenway, as well as the creation of a new Community Boathouse/Public Pier at the site of the old boat club at Sherman Creek (Behing PS 5). We continue to advocate for a Bilingual Community Environmental Education Center at the old gas station building located at 3735 Tenth Avenue(Harlem River Drive) and Dyckman Street (200th St).

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