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.
Community Volunteers Help Enhance Onondaga Lake’s Southwest Shoreline, Future Home of the Loop the Lake Trail Extension
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Improves Wetlands and Conducts Citizen Science Monitoring
We are proud of the historical milestones we have achieved and hope you share our excitement as you read our sixth annual update.
Progress on Onondaga Lake Cleanup Continues as Community’s Vision for Public Access and Mixed Use at Southwest Lakeshore Unveiled
500 Local Workers Now Involved in the Project
Native Plants and Recreational Opportunities to Improve Public View and Access to Onondaga Lake Work has begun to improve the lakeshore along I-690 in Geddes. Contractors are bringing in topsoil for the planting of more than 1,100 plants, shrubs and …
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