Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Monitors Progress in Recently Restored Wetlands
Renowned Fisheries Expert Explains How Improved Habitat Is Increasing Species Diversity at Onondaga Lake
Including a Q&A with Neil Ringler about the Onondaga Lake fishery
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 …
With native vegetation continuing to thrive and diverse habitats returning, a green corridor is emerging connecting the lake to restored tributaries and beyond.
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Expands Volunteer Stewardship Beyond Onondaga Lake to Onondaga Creekwalk
Community Volunteers Beautify Onondaga Creekwalk; Recreational Trail Connects to Onondaga Lake, Erie Canalway Trail, and Future Empire State Trail
Work Completed by Honeywell Includes Sustainable Remediation, Restored Habitat, Returning Wildlife, and Recreational Opportunities
Honeywell Summer Science Week Piques Student Interest in Science and Engineering Through Hands-On Discovery
Eighth-Graders Participate in Weeklong Investigation of Onondaga Lake Watershed
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
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Hosts Event Including Bald Eagle Walk More than 120 community members joined the Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps last Saturday at “Restoring the Bald Eagle: A 40-Year Journey,” a presentation by Mike Allen, a retired wildlife technician …
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Improves Wetlands and Conducts Citizen Science Monitoring Near Nine Mile Creek
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