In today's Media Monday post, former Hudson River Maritime Museum intern and current DEC educator Audrey Trossen tells us all about the geology of the Mid-Hudson Valley, including deposits that enabled the limestone and brickmaking industry.
Audrey wrote about the brick industry and the Haverstraw Clay Pit Disaster here on our blog during her internship. Read her article here! And then watch Audrey in the video below.
For an even deeper look at the impact of glaciers and the Ice Age on the Hudson Valley, check out our virtual lecture with scientists and authors Bob and Johanna Titus:
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