Accessed through Drew Gardens on the west bank, the tidal change here varies from two to four feet, providing widely varying conditions including tidal pools where organisms become temporarily trapped, and a fast channel that can make the area dangerous. Safe access is only with a bucket throw. Once a very industrial site, with remnants of two dams still in view, the community garden, managed by the International Rescue Committee, is a welcome respite. Just to the south on the eastern bank is the northern most Bronx River CSO, HP 007.
If you are here for the first time, we are pleased to welcome you to the new interface.
We have prepared a manual for you that will help you use this interface better. We hope you
will enjoy using the new system.