April 23: Presentation on the New Clearwater Garvey

June 5-9: CRUISE OF THE ONRUST

July & August: 10th Season of River Rangers!

All Year: Sea Scouts 


APRIL 23: Public Presentation: "The New Clearwater Garvey"

For over thirty years NJ Friends of Clearwater's the Adam Hyler has been the mainstay of the summer Environmental Sail Program jointly run with NMHA on the Navesink.        

Tom Gibson, a long-time member of NJ Friends and NMHA and an Adam Hyler skipper, will describe the Environmental Sail Program, the Adam Hyler, and the design and build process for the new garvey. More information.


JUNE 5-10: 350th Anniversary of Monmouth County

The replica of the ONRUST, the first sailing ship built in America, is coming to the Navesink in June!

The June program will include on-board visits go to the Event Schedule for details.

Further Event Details



JULY & AUGUST: 10th Season of River Rangers

Registration is OPEN! River Rangers is for kids age 10-15 who spend five mornings paddling the Navesink and Swimming River in brightly painted wooden canoes.

Learn more about River Rangers HERE.

2014 Schedule:

July 7-11.   July 14-18.   July 21-25.   July 28-August 1. 

August 4-8.   August 11-15.

Children too old for River Rangers? Consider becoming a crew member of Sea Scout Ship Navesink for co-ed youth age 14-21 who focus all year on maritime activities on and off the water.


All YEAR: Sea Scout Ship Navesink 5

Sea Scouts are part of the Boy Scouts of America and are open to co-ed youth age 14-21. NMHA is pleased to sponsor and manage Sea Scout Ship Navesink which has been in operation since 2011.

During the winter, crew meetings are on SUNDAYS 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM.

Contact Skipper Gayle Horvath for location: Call (732) 687-6715 or email her HERE.

Come to one of the meetings and find out what Sea Scouting and Sea Scout Ship Navesink are all about. Call Ms. Gayle at 732-687-6715 to confirm.

Sea Scouting is for co-ed youth age 14 - 21 who like the water and boating and who would like to expand their maritime horizons with activities such as small boat handling (both sail and power), exploring our local and regional marine heritage, and visiting local and regional marine oriented venues (ships, Coast Guard, environmental, etc).

Land based activities include improving marine skills and knowledge, and advancing through the Sea Scout ranks from Apprentice to Quartermaster (equivalent to Eagle Scout).


PAST EVENTS in 2014


MARCH 22: Public Presentation: "Iceboating on the Navesink and the Hudson"

NMHA, Monmouth Boat Club (MBC), and Norh Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club (NSIBYC) will combine to present an historic day of iceboating history to the current day.

Prominent iceboaters will present their experiences at MBC in the morning and NSIBYC will offer tours of their facility and incredible memorabilia in the afternoon.  More information.

On March 1st, the North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took its rebuilt ice yacht ROCKET onto the thick ice on the Hudson near Albany to join the Hudson River Ice yacht Club's ice yacht JACK FROST and many other historic wooden ice boats. Read a report here.


FEBRUARY 10: NMHA Annual Meeting & Dinner        

All are welcome to NMHA's Annual Dinner at Bahrs Landing Restaurant at 2 Bay Avenue, Highlands, from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM. Enjoy an extensive Buffet! Hear about 2013 successes and plans for 2014!

Interested in participating in NMHA's 2014 programs? Come to the Dinner and meet the Board Members. See you at Bahrs!          


 


 PAST EVENTS in 2013


DECEMBER 7: The 350th ANNIVERSARY OF MONMOUTH COUNTY

On December 7th and in mid-June 2014, NMHA with others will be running events to mark the 350th anniversary of Monmouth County.  

SYMPOSIUM: "Searching for Land and Religious Freedom in Monmouth County, December 5-11, 1663".

350 years ago in December 1663, English settlers from Gravesende, Long Island, sailed across Raritan Bay looking to buy land from the Native Americans. Dutch settlers heard about this and set sail with the goal of preventing the English from establishing contacts with the Native Americans

More historical background here.


OCTOBER 23, 2013: PUBLIC PRESENTATION

"Olsen Boat Works and Boatbuilding in Keyport".

Come join us at Monmouth Beach Cultural Center, Ocean Ave, Monmouth Beach, on Wednesday, October 23rd.

7:15 PM - Light refreshments.

7:45 PM - Meeting starts.

Olav Olsen formed Olsen Boat Works in 1947 and built over 220 sea skiffs for inshore and offshore fishing during his career.

Many of his boats are still prized and maintained by fishermen from Long Island to New Jersey. John Olsen will talk about his father and his place in Shore boatbuilding.  He will also discuss the construction of carvel wooden boats and a brief history of boatbuilding in Keyport


SEPTEMBER 25, 2013: PUBLIC PRESENTATION

"HANS PEDERSEN & SONS AND THE JERSEY SEA SKIFF"

Come join us at Monmouth Beach Cultural Center, Ocean Ave, Monmouth beach, on September 25th 2013.

7:15 PM - Light refreshments.

7:45 PM - Meeting starts.

For more than half a century “Hans Pedersen and Sons” was the name synonymous with the finest, biggest, most powerful Jersey sea skiffs on the water. Ned Lloyd has one of the best collections of information, memorabilia and pictures of the Jersey Sea Skiff and the local builders, and he will share this with us during the meeting.


CANOEING & BBQ on Sunday October 6th was a great SUCCESS!

Ninety three canoeists age from 5 to "older'(!) paddled the Swimming River on Sunday, starting at 9:45 in the morning. The weather was overcast but warm and dry, and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves, both the first-timers and more experienced boaters.

NMHA thanks everyone for coming and for participating in the Two River Theater raffle for tickets to "A Wind in the Willows Christmas"


October 6th, 2013: BOATING & BBQ at CHRIS' RIVER PLAZA MARINA

Back by Popular Demand! OCTOBER 6th 2013 at Chris' River Plaza Marina, 483 W Front St, Red Bank for families, youth, and adults.

This is your opportunity to experience what River Rangers experience, PLUS a BBQ! 

Canoeing from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM:  All are welcome to paddle the Swimming River in colorful River Rangers canoes. NMHA will supply canoes, life vests and paddles for all. YOU bring hat, sunscreen, bug spray and water. Canoeing is FREE!

BBQ from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM: After canoeing, have some lunch! NMHA will provide burgers, dogs and brats, water and sodas. Donations: $15 per adult, $6 for children under 12.

 Email Michael Humphreys at myhumphreys@gmail.com to let him know you are coming for canoeing, BBQ, or both, number attending. Minimum age 10 for both activities. Children must be accompanied by an adult

NEW! The Two River Theater will be joining us to celebrate "messing about in boats" like the characters in A Wind in the Willows ChristmasRaffle Tickets - be sure you enter to win a family 4-pack of tickets to A Wind in the Willows Christmas at Two River Theater. Sign ups will be at the Two River table alongside the canoeing registration.

Performances of A Wind in the Willows Christmas, Red Bank, December 7-29, 2013.


2013: RIVER RANGERS MEMORY BOOKS now AVAILABLE!

During each week of River Rangers the counselors take lots of pictures and create Memory Books. These hard cover books can be purchased HERE. Each book covers ONE WEEK of activity on and around the water.

 


2013: RIVER RANGERS has completed a very successful and fun-filled 2013 season!

We will be starting up again next July and we will give you plenty of notice so that you can register early and get your choice of dates.

Learn more about River Rangers  HERE.

  

Children too old for River Rangers? Consider becoming a crew member of Sea Scout Ship Navesink for co-ed youth age 14-21 who focus all year on maritime activities on and off the water.


May 29, 2013: Public Presentation

"OYSTER RESTORATION IN THE HUDSON-RARITON ESTUARY" 

Wednesday, May 29th.The Hudson-Raritan Estuary in general and the Navesink River in particular, were, up to the 1900's, a major source of oysters for New York City and the surrounding area. After 1900 the oyster population declined to almost zero. Here is an opportunity to hear what a local organization is doing the bring the oyster back to our area.

Come join us at Monmouth Beach Cultural Center, Ocean Ave, Monmouth beach, Wednesday, May 29th. Refreshments from 7:15PM, presentation starts at 7:50 PM

Meredith Comi, Oyster Restoration Program Director at NY-NJ Baykeeper, will describe the history and biology of the oyster in the Hudson-Raritan Bay Estury, including the Navesink. She will explain the reasons why the oyster population has declined and describe the baykeeper's efforts to restart the population through restoration projects in the Navesink and elsewhere.

After Sandy, the project was restated at NWS Earle, and she will describe progress to date.


March 24, 2013: Public Presentation "JERSEY SHORE FOOD HISTORY"

The author Karen Schnitzspahn was the guest speaker at our Public Meeting at Bahrs Landing on March 27th at 7:45PM. She gave an illustrated talk entitled "Jersey Shore Food History - Victorian Feasts to Boardwalk Treats". After the meeting she signed her book of the same name, which can be purchased at Bahrs' store.

 

Twentyfour people came for dinner before the meeting and got to know each other.

 


January 23, 2013: ANNUAL MEMBERS & FRIENDS DINNER

The 2012 dinner was held at Bahrs Landing Restaurant on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23rd at 6:00 PM until approximately 9:00 PM. Over 50 members and friends came for food and drink and fellowship, and saw the amazing model ships collection that NMHA is curating.

Master model builder Henry Schaefer, formerly of Atlantic Highlands, donoted over 30 model ships that he built over many years, and he was at the dinner, gave a short speech, and showed us his latest model ship project.

 


PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL MESSAGE 2012

Dear Members and Friends:

2012 has been an excellent year for our programs that engaged adults, youth, and children, and we have you to thank for your financial and participatory support.

We appeal to you to continue to be active in NMHA and to support our programs for 2013 by renewing your Membership, becoming a Member, or Donating to NMHA. Becoming a Member is preferred because it increases our membership base and indicates to external granting organizations the degree of our community impact. However, if you prefer to Donate instead, we are still very grateful. Either way, your contributions will help strengthen our finances and fund our programs. Our Officers, Trustees and Volunteers are unpaid, so all your contributions go directly to programs and activities.

 

I show below some or our many activities in 2012, followed by details of our Annual Dinner and some goals for 2013.

River Rangers - Our best ever year with almost 100 kids age 10-14 paddling the Navesink and Swimming Rivers while learning about the local marine environment.

 

Boat Building - In June, groups of adults, youth, and children build four wooden canoes over a weekend at Fair Haven Fire House.

 

Sea Scout Ship Navesink - Our sponsored Sea Scout ship for co-ed youth ages 14-21 expanded their maritime experience with boat handling, support of community boating events, and several field trips.

 

Public Meetings - NMHA invited the public to hear outstanding presentations on local boatbuilding and maritime history from knowledgeable presenters.

 

Model Ship Building at Bahrs' - A High School team, under the leadership of NMHA VP Rik van Hemmen, as been documenting Bahrs' model ship collection.

 

Ocean Fun Days - NMHA participated in the NJ Sea Grant Consortium's environmental event for the 4th year.

Willows-on-the-Water - a collaboration with The Two River Theater to promote their 2012 Christmas show Wind on the Willows. We provided River Rangers canoes and Sea Scout and River Rangers volunteers to ticket holders for an afternoon paddling the Navesink.

 

Establishment of a “Beachhead” at Chris’ Marina – NMHA rented some land (above the storm Sandy flood line!) to store our boats and installed a 40 ft storage container there to house our equipment.  We celebrated an eventful summer with an impromptu and happy BBQ.


Collaboration NJ Friends of Clearwater – NMHA and NJ Friends of Clearwater offered public sailings on the oyster Garvey “Adam Hyler”.

ANJEE Conference - NMHA exhibited at the Annual NJ Environmental Education conference and made connections with other like-minded organizations.

                                                       

New Web Site – We finally opened our new web site in November and will expand its contents and capabilities so that you may interact with us and help strengthen NMHA through your ideas and comments.

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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                                                  SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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                                                  SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
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ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

                                                  SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
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ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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                                                  SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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                                                  SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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                                                  SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
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ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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                                                  SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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Iceboating on the Hudson, March 1 2014

The ROCKET

Birds Eye View (by drone)

Historic Gathering (with brass band)

Ice Yachts on the Hudson


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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                                                  SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


350th Anniversary  of Monmouth County

Bringing the Onrust to the Navesink


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


A Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
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UPCOMING EVENTS

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to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

 

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

 

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

 

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

 

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Contaminated NJ Politics meets Contaminated Soil Disposal.

 

New Jersey plans to dump millions of tons of petroleum-contaminated soil onto a site near the Rahway River, and most of the decision makers seem to have conflicts of interest. Oh, and by the way, this area was totally immersed during super storm Sandy! Will it go ahead - you betcha!  Read more


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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UPCOMING EVENTS

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to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century Maritime Trading Map Uncovered.

Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century maritime trading map uncovered. Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.

Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


An Rare Meeting of the Giant Ice yachts on the Hudson last weekend

With 20 miles of ice at least one foot thick on the Hudson at Barrytown, The North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club took the Rocket to join many other antique ice yachts, including the only other giant, the Jack Frost. Read more.


17th Century maritime trading map uncovered. Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.

Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
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ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


17th Century maritime trading map uncovered. Mr. Seldon's map of China was probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. It views China from the South China Sea, not from the land, and is a trader's map showing merchants' routes though Asia. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


17th Century maritime trading map uncovered. Probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


17th Century maritime trading map uncovered. Probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


17th Century maritime trading map uncovered. Probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


17th Century maritime trading map uncovered. Probably drawn by a Chinese cartographer in Java around 1610, when China was still the world’s biggest economy and Europeans longed to trade there. Read more.


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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17th Century maritime trading map uncovered. See here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 

SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 

SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 

SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


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SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 

SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 

SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 

SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove UPDATE

As reported by the Asbury Park Press, RB Borough has agreed to keep Maple Cove parking lot on the open spaces list. A formal vote will likely take place at the next Borough Public Meeting on February 12th at 6:30 PM Borough hall.

Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 

SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond.

2012 ANNUAL DINNER

Due to storm Sandy, we had to postpone and relocate our dinner that was planned for December. We are now pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23rd at Bahrs' Restaurant that has reopened in the Highlands in fine form.  Come and join members and friends for food, drink and fellowship. Make your reservations at Annual Dinner.

 

Thanks to all our friends and volunteers for the successes this year and for helping to build the future of NMHA.

 

Best wishes to you and yours for the Holidays and the New Year.

Sincerely,


 

Charles Ladoulis

       
2012: RIVER RANGERS CANOES GET STARRING ROLE IN CHRISTMAS SHOW!

The Two River Theater Company of Red Bank used two River Rangers canoes in its Christmas show "WIND in the WILLOWS". One starred on-stage and the other was in the lobby promoting NMHA and its programs.


NJ CLEARWATER GARVEY NEWS

New Jersey Friends of Clearwater and NMHA have sailed the Adam Hyler Oyster Garvey every year since the early eighties.

The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix. Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER WAY. Visit here for details: Building a new Garvey.

Environmental Sail Program


SELECTED OTHER ARTICLES

 

SUBSCRIBE to NMHA
Newsletter


UPCOMING EVENTS

CLICK HERE
to see all upcoming events


ENVIRONMENTAL & MARITIME NEWS


Pete Seeger Tribute

Pete Seeger passed away on January 27th in New York City. He will be sadly missed.


Maple Cove, Red Bank

After public outcry at RB Borough plans to delist Maple Cove parking (and potentially restrict access to the water for kayaks canoes and paddle boards), the Two River Times reported on 1/31/14 that Mayor Menna met with the DEP to resolve the matter. If confirmed by the Borough, then Maple Cove is safe (for the moment).

Public opinion CAN make a difference!                              


Bahrs Landing & the Historic Model ship installed there are up and running after Sandy and all the ship models are safe!

CLICK for information Bahr's Restaurant and Museum


                                                     

For 2013, we plan to continue our core activities as shown above. Additionally, we plan to expand our facilities at Chris' Marina at River Plaza to consolidate our boatbuilding workshop and tools, to conduct maritime training year-round for our Sea Scouts, and to finally house our River Rangers canoes and equipment all in one place.  We envision the space at Chris’ Marina on the Swimming River at River Plaza as the ideal location for these functions, with access for NMHA Members and Friends.

2013 Funding – In addition to membership fees and donations, we will search for public and private grants to help build our Chris' Marina facilities. Potential grantors look for great programs, solid revenues, and committed membership, so we are depending upon all of you to help build and expand our base support and revenue so that we can take the next steps in 2013 and beyond