Experts Describe How 17 Acres in the Onondaga Lake Watershed Will Undergo Transformation to Productive Habitat for Wildlife
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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
New Wetlands and Habitats as well as Recreational Opportunities are Key Elements of State Environmental Officials’ Plan for Geddes Brook/Nine Mile Creek
Essential project for healthy “green” and sustainable Onondaga Lake and its watershed; work critical to timely completion of lake restoration
Honeywell Funds High-Tech GPS Unit That Inventories Creek Obstacles, Rare Species and Access Points While Aiding River Conservation Efforts
Recreation and Conservation Groups Celebrate the Opening of New Nine Mile Creek Canoe and Kayak Launch for Area Recreation
Honeywell Funds Project to Expand Access to Nine Mile Creek and Onondaga Lake
Honeywell Removes Debris Dam from Nine Mile Creek Improving Access to Onondaga Lake for Canoes and Kayaks
Honeywell today began removing a major debris dam from a section of Nine Mile Creek to improve access to Onondaga Lake for area canoes and kayaks. The request for the cleanup came from the Nine Mile Creek Conservation Council. The project …
Environmental Cleanup Efforts to Begin Along Southwest Shoreline of Onondaga Lake
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