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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
Green practices such as the use of biofuels, recycled materials, and other sustainable solutions are key elements of Honeywell’s Onondaga Lake remediation strategy. B20 biodiesel fuel will replace about two million gallons of standard diesel fuel. Green electric booster pumps …
Shrub Willow Farm, New Camillus and Geddes Recreational Opportunities, Environmental and Community Projects; Key Elements of Innovative Sustainable Remedy Agreed to by State and Honeywell
Partnership with SUNY-ESF Expands Renewable Energy and Improved Habitats for Wildlife
Middle School Scientists-In-Training Report to Parents, Teachers and County Executive Joanie Mahoney to Detail Experiments Conducted During Honeywell Summer Science Week at the MOST
Summer Science Week Class Reunites for Discovery Day and Examines Data from Week-Long Excursion Through the Onondaga Lake Watershed
Fifty-five Middle School Students Participate in Week of Scientific Exploration During Fifth Annual Summer Science Week
State Environmental Authorities Release Updated Design on Key Elements of Cleanup Plan
The State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) and Honeywell are working in partnership to create a sustainable Shrub Willow Farm in Camillus. The shrub willows are creating a productive landscape that is generating renewable …
Habitat Restoration is Key to a Healthy and Sustainable Onondaga Lake
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