Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Members Plant Native Shrubs and Trees and Build Habitat Structures in Newly Created Wetland Fifty-five volunteers gathered along Onondaga Lake’s western shoreline last month to help build a new wetland. Volunteers planted shrubs and trees, built …
Students Become Field Scientists Through Hands-On Exploration of Onondaga Lake Watershed During Honeywell Summer Science Week at the MOST
Central New York Middle School Students Engage in Real-World Science and Learn from Habitat Experts, University Professors, and Scientists During Weeklong Investigation of Onondaga Lake Watershed Sixty-two middle school students from eight Central New York school districts completed Honeywell Summer …
We are proud of the historical milestones we have achieved and hope you share our excitement as you read our sixth annual update.
Nearly 80 local sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts rose to their feet Friday, April 11, at the annual Onondaga County Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs Awards Banquet to honor Stephen Wowelko, who was presented the Honeywell Hometown Heroes Award. The award is …
Audubon New York’s “Birds of Onondaga Lake” Photography Exhibit Draws Hundreds of Central New Yorkers
Bald Eagles, Pied-billed Grebe, and Northern Harrier – Birds Listed on New York State’s Threatened List – Provide Stark Images of Lake’s Resurgence
Native Plants, Birds, and Fish Return as Visible Progress Continues Fifty volunteers gathered at Nine Mile Creek on Saturday, October 19, to plant shrubs and trees, and track native birds. They are part of the Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps, an …
Families Learn About Habitat Conservation while Celebrating National Hunting and Fishing Day at Honeywell Sportsmen’s Days at Carpenter’s Brook
Thousands Participate in Hands-on Outdoor Recreational Activities While Learning About Habitat Improvements at Geddes Brook Wetlands and Nine Mile Creek
Honeywell Summer Science Week at the MOST Inspires “Future Scientists” to Pursue Careers in Science, Technology, and Math
Middle School Students Learn from Experts and Become Environmental Stewards During Hands-On Exploration of Onondaga Lake Watershed
Leadership Greater Syracuse Graduates Working as Scientists and Engineers on Onondaga Lake Improvement Projects
Citizen Scientists Learn How to Protect Onondaga Lake Watershed and Rebuild Relationships with the Land
Fostering Stewardship to Help Protect Lake Restoration, Goal of Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps
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