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 …
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 …
F.O.C.U.S. Greater Syracuse Seeks Community’s Input with “Our Lake” Survey F.O.C.U.S. Greater Syracuse is conducting research on the community’s vision for the future public use of Onondaga Lake. Community members are invited to take a brief “Our Lake: Reconnecting Citizens to …
Fishing, Archery, and Conservation Activities Enjoyed by Thousands at Honeywell Sportsmen’s Days at Carpenter’s Brook
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Improves Wetlands and Conducts Citizen Science Monitoring Near Nine Mile Creek
Volunteers Remove About 5,000 Pounds of Invasive Plants to Help Protect Onondaga Lake and its Waterways
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Volunteers Continue Mission to Improve Watershed with Annual Water Chestnut Pull
Student Scientists Conduct Hands-On Experiments and Investigate Onondaga Lake Watershed During Honeywell Summer Science Week
Now celebrating its 11th year, Honeywell Summer Science Week has inspired more than 600 students through hands-on science exploration in the Onondaga Lake watershed.
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The Onondaga Lake Visitors Center was designed and built by Honeywell to provide the public with access to the cleanup.