Attendees Learn About a Series of New Ecological and Recreational Projects Throughout the Onondaga Lake Watershed
Local Residents Invited to Learn about Lake Cleanup and Habitat Enhancements
“Onondaga Lake Birds of Prey” Photography Exhibit to Highlight Images of Wildlife Returning to Onondaga Lake
More than 70 Bald Eagles and Thousands of Waterfowl Seen Along Lakeshore
Izaak Walton League of America’s Young Naturalist Leadership Team and Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Team Up to Inventory Returning Species
Members of the Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Construct and Install Bird Boxes to Create Shelter for Birds to Thrive
Local Sportsmen Carry on Tradition of Outdoor Recreation and Habitat Conservation at Honeywell Sportsmen’s Days
Thousands of Central New Yorkers Enjoy Learning About Outdoor Sports While Celebrating National Hunting and Fishing Day
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Hosts Recreational Event Along Wetland Areas Restored by Honeywell
Students Participate in Weeklong Science Program that Instills Confidence in Science and Math
From Space Academy to the Classroom and Beyond: Two Central New York Teachers Complete Honeywell Educators at Space Academy
U.S. Space & Rocket Center Program Inspires Educators from Around the World
Free Tours Provide an Opportunity to Learn about Lake Cleanup and Habitat Enhancements
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The Onondaga Lake Visitors Center was designed and built by Honeywell to provide the public with access to the cleanup.