Mark your barrels with an X – Help USCG

The U.S. Coast Guard needs your assistance!

With the increased water levels throughout the region, and along Lake Ontario and its tributaries in particular, many homeowners are using barrels such as these to mark their docks and assist in weighing them down, an understandable thing

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07-07-2017 Sodus Bay Blue Green Algal Report

USGS Scientists to Track Effects of Historic Lake Ontario Flooding

Beginning July 10, U.S. Geological Survey scientists plan to conduct fieldwork along a flood-impacted stretch of New York’s Lake Ontario shoreline, using unmanned aerial systems (also known as drones), pressure sensors that measure water elevation and special water-elevation gages designed for rapid set-up. The fieldwork,

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Water Chestnut Handpull – We need volunteers

“Come spend an afternoon on the water and help us remove invasive water chestnuts from our local bays and streams. Volunteer Hours Available. Group or individual parties welcome! Please contact our office for more information about signing up or scheduling an event.”  315-946-7200

July 10th

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Water Chestnut Hand Pulls

The Finger Lakes PRISM, Finger Lakes Institute at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in cooperation with our regional partners and funding from the EPA GLRI invite you to participate in our water chestnut pulls across the region.

July 8: 9am-1pm, Montezuma Marsh at Howland Island

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06-17-2017 HAB Reports

Wayne County Soil and Water Conservation District
7312 RT 31 Lyons, NY 14489
315-946-7200