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 …
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With native vegetation continuing to thrive and diverse habitats returning, a green corridor is emerging connecting the lake to restored tributaries and beyond.
Recovery of Onondaga Lake is well on its way. We hope you share our excitement as you read our seventh annual update.
Habitat Enhancements Begin at Nine Mile Creek; More than 50,000 Trees, Wetland Plants, Shrubs to be Planted
Community Volunteers Encouraged to Participate in Conservation and Restoration Effort
Experts Describe How 17 Acres in the Onondaga Lake Watershed Will Undergo Transformation to Productive Habitat for Wildlife
Forested Wetlands Will Complete Geddes Brook/Nine Mile Creek Restoration; Nearly 15,000 New Plants Will Support Restored and Enhanced Habitats
State’s Plan Continues Progress on Cleanup of Key Onondaga Lake Tributary
Another Milestone in Onondaga Lake Restoration: Initial Lake Cleanup Design Released by State Environmental Authorities
Design work on schedule; public input incorporated into plans
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