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
Team Honored for Innovative Environmental Solutions
Mission Accomplished: Central New York Teachers Gain Experience of a Lifetime at Honeywell Educators at Space Academy
U.S. Space & Rocket Center Program Helps Inspire Educators from Around the World Four local teachers have returned to Central New York with innovative lesson plans after participating in an intensive five-day educator training mission at Honeywell Educators at Space …
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
Honeywell Executive Shares Insights on the Importance of Community Partnerships and Collaboration Kate Adams, Honeywell’s senior vice president and general counsel, recently shared the story of the successful restoration of Onondaga Lake during her keynote address at CenterState CEO’s 2017 …
Honeywell has completed the dredging and capping of Onondaga Lake. The result of more than two decades and millions of hours of intensive effort, the project was completed through an unwavering focus on sound science, technical excellence, community engagement, sustainable practices, and a commitment to health and safety.
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Honeywell Hometown Solutions’ Programs Seek to Inspire the Next Generation of Scientists and Engineers Honeywell Hometown Solutions (HHS), the Company’s corporate citizenship initiative, was honored by the Technology Alliance of Central New York (TACNY) and presented with the 2017 STEM …
Local Photographers Display Work at Fourth Annual Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Exhibit, “Images of a Restored Habitat” Nearly 600 Central New Yorkers viewed images of birds taken by local wildlife photographers at the “Images of a Restored Habitat” bird photography …
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