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Official March to Lake Day 2016 - Topics and Speakers
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 26 February 2016 11:55
March to Lake Day 2016


Status of Owasco Lake - 2015

Dr. John Halfman, Professor of Environmental Studies
Finger Lakes Institture at Hobart and William Smith Colleges


Harmful Algal Blooms Surveillance Program

Scott Kishbaugh, PE, NYS DEC Division of Water
Chief, Lakes Monitoring and Assessment


Invasive Species

Hilary Mosher, Finger Lakes Coordinator
Partnerships for Regional Invasive Species Management (PRISM)
Finger Lakes Intstitute

Update on OWLA Water Quality Notifiation Program


Free - Open to the Public - Accessible

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March To Lake Day 2016 - 3/5/2016 !!!!
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 26 February 2016 11:43

March to Lake Day

Symposium on the Status of Owasco Lake

Saturday, March 5, 2016

9 am - 12:30 pm


New Location !!

Main Stage

Auburn Public Theater

8 Exchange Street

Auburn, NY 13021

 

Additional Information:

www.owla.org or www.owascolake.org



 
New Video Posted ! Clifford Callinan - Trophic State of Owasco Lake & Numeric Nutrient Criteria
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 16:28

This presentation was given at the Owasco Watershed/Lake Symposium in March 2014.  Clifford Callinan is an engineer with the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and has studied the Finger Lakes for years.  

Go to the OWN Video Series tab near the top of this web site.  This video is Volume 6.  Feel free to view the others that can be found there as well! 

 
Interactive Map of Finger Lakes Regional Watershed Alliance (FLRWA) locations !!!!
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 05 June 2014 14:27
In 2010, nine watershed associations from across the Finger Lakes region came together and formed the Finger Lakes Regional Watershed Alliance (FLRWA -www.flrwa.org).
 
As stated on their website, the Alliance's purposes "are to bring together the members, expertise and desires of the Finger Lakes watershed associations to preserve and protect their watersheds with a collective regional voice; to join forces to advocate for mutually beneficial regional changes, backed by sound research; and to promote collective actions that represent the desires of the entire Finger Lakes region".
 
Further, it is a strong belief of the Alliance that watershed associations working together will likely have more positive results facing lake issues then acting alone, and in turn can develop successful pilot programs that can be shared across the region.                                                                                                                              
In a support of these efforts the Institute for the Application of Geospatial Technologies (IAGT) has utilized an existing interactive mapping system and added locational markers on the lakes of the involved FLWRA associations. This system (FIMS) can be found here:   www.fllowpamap.org/ (FIMS)                                                                                                                                                                                          
Information is currently being added to FIMS. Open FIMS and click on "Other" projects (category 10) to see the markers for the FLRWA members.  Hovering over the markers and then clicking on "View project details..." will provide contact information for each association. 
 
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