The sixth annual River of Words trail installation, sponsored by the Hudson Highlands Land Trust and Constitution Marsh Audubon Center, continues at the marsh through July 9. It includes poems written by area students, including fourth-graders Patrick Locitzer, Asa Miller and Jake Powers from Haldane. Students from Putnam Valley and Cornwall also participated.
HHLT River of Words Educator Irene O’Garden with the student poets (Photo provided.)
The poems were chosen from hundreds of entries. The Hudson Highlands Nature Museum in Cornwall will feature a Poetry Trail in September with more student work.
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