Membership is vital for HRH to continue its important work, so please consider joining as a member today. Benefits are listed on website.
Hudson River Heritage is the federally recognized steward of the Hudson River National Historic Landmark District.
Hudson River Heritage is a non-profit organization dedicated for 36 years to preserving architecture, landscapes, and archaeological sites through education, advocacy, and community involvement.
The first Hudson River Heritage (HRH) Founder’s Scholarship was presented to Samantha Lore of Red Hook on May 31, 2015. This scholarship was created to recognize a local college bound high school senior who has shown an interest in history and related fields of architectural examination and preservation. Warren Smith, HRH president, presented Samantha with a check for a thousand dollars at the home of Joyce and Joe Gelb of Rhinebeck. In attendance were current HRH board members, HRH co-founder J. Winthrop Aldridge, Samantha and her parents Angela and Keith Lore, and past and present HRH members and friends. Samantha will be attending Siena College in Albany in the fall. This scholarship will be presented each spring to a qualifying student.