Honeywell has finished implementing New York State’s cleanup plan for Onondaga Lake using technical excellence and innovative approaches. On the lake shore and along its tributaries, about 90 acres of wetlands have been restored and about 1.1 million native plants …
- Sustainable Restoration Plan
- Ecological and Recreational Projects
- Lake Improvement
- Local Jobs
- Cleanup Areas
- Lake Monitoring
- Public Documents
With native vegetation continuing to thrive and diverse habitats returning, a green corridor is emerging connecting the lake to restored tributaries and beyond. Click here for a pdf of the Habitat Report.
Members of the Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Construct, Install, and Survey Habitat Structures and Bird Boxes along the Western Shoreline of Onondaga Lake Volunteers gathered along the Onondaga Lake western shoreline on Saturday, June 18, to build, install, and survey …
Twenty-eight Bird Species Identified, Including Bald Eagle; Trees Planted along Onondaga Lake’s Western Shoreline Forty-one volunteers gathered along Onondaga Lake’s western shoreline Saturday, October 17, to plant trees and participate in citizen science monitoring by tracking bird species. The volunteers …
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Members Construct and Install Bird Boxes and Plant Native Species, Creating Shelter for Birds and Other Wildlife Fifty-one volunteers gathered along the Onondaga Lake western shoreline Saturday, May 16, to create homes for wildlife by building …
Recovery of Onondaga Lake is well on its way. We hope you share our excitement as you read our seventh annual update.
We are proud of the historical milestones we have achieved and hope you share our excitement as you read our sixth annual update.
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Members Plant Native Shrubs and Trees and Build Habitat Structures in Newly Created Wetland Fifty-five volunteers gathered along Onondaga Lake’s western shoreline last month to help build a new wetland. Volunteers planted shrubs and trees, built …
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