Manhattan WetLands & WildLife Association
North Cove, Sherman Creek, & “Three Sister Coves”
Stewardship – Science – Rehabilitation – Restoration – Education  

International-Flyway Tidal-Estuary Restoration
Four-Cove Complex on Harlem River, NYC, NY, USA
U.S. EPA Endorses Steward : James A. Cataldi “Birdman of Inwood”

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“A”  Urban Development OR “B”  Natural Restoration

Inwood’s North Cove is our rare local resource
leave undeveloped, for generations to experience nature

Events described / posted here to grow community Support
a Grassroots Roots support effort to produce a balance of human & wildlife
living healthy sides-by-side
community improved by the community – Not Big Government !


Spend $11.5 million of tax payers money
when city budget has higher priorities than to develop a boat house and launch complex, for the rich.

Remove the pier which is used by wildlife, and helps protect the cove from the wake of the circle line which passes by six or more times daily.

Remove virtually all  trees and build an out door toilet
which will have to be maned to be safe and clean.

And force MTA workers to park on the street
or pay for parking.


Continue to be an active wildlife sanctuary;
and a site for human recreation
including live music, swimming, hiking,
walking, human powered watercraft;

Serve as a community center for public education, volunteering and community development.

Offer on-site employment in wetlands and wildlife rehabilitation, site maintenance,
aquaponic urban farm to feed estuary and humans 

and harvest green, river-generated energy :
all this with NO COST TO TAX PAYER


“A” top-down government directed development

 Inwood does  not need a developed street
end park with a four boat house and an unsafe
outdoor toilet which will not maned and seldom
used Shutting down the current wildlife Sanctuary
There are over 100 city parks and only a handful 
of rangers Six months after Hurricane Sandy and
Hill Nature Center still closed and not repaired for
more than one more Year. …June 27
“B” Community Benefit from bottom up 

Active restoration project, no tax payer
expense community run wildlife
sanctuary- environmental community
service focus balanced with social
resource for community to enjoy nature with
picnic and performance of live music;
opportunity to assist with cleanup and
commune with the wildlife  community
gathering place restore the salt water marsh,
 reintroduce vegetation and gradually
building up to on-site hydroponics and
 aquaponic urban farming that the public can participate in.
Monitor and Rehabilitate wildlife Restore
estuary / purify water and pollution extraction
systems test and refine water-based energy
systems study wildlife migration
Offer pilot for self-funded employment
in a community-led development project.

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