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To see where HABs have been spotted on Cayuga Lake: Check out the following map provided by the Community Science... read more ›
To sign up for one of these sessions, please email programs@cayugalake.org today. THANK YOU! June 13th, 5:30 - 8:30 - Wells College, Aurora, NY. The workshop will be held in Stratton Hall room... read more ›
We Need Your Help This Summer Protecting Cayuga Lake from HABs! Go to the Harmful Algal Blooms page  to learn what HABs are, what they are doing in our lake, and why they are a problem. You can also... read more ›
The Community Science Institute presents the second event in our series of public forums, "Water and Community": HABs and Non-Point Source Pollution in the Finger Lakes: Strategies for... read more ›
The first Network News of 2018 contains names and contact information for elected leaders and public agencies on and around Cayuga Lake. Regular updates to this list can be found on the CLWN website read more ›
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The Cayuga Lake Watershed Network is

a grassroots education and advocacy organization of citizens, businesses, groups, and local governments from across the Cayuga Lake Watershed. Our motto: It takes a Network to protect a watershed. Join us!

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First time donors: we'll double your gift via a 2017 challenge grant from the Park Foundation. Support the Canoga-Burroughs creeks water monitoring team, inform the public about invasive species, & update the Cayuga Lake watershed plan!

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NYGives Giving Tuesday Campaign!

Lakes, rivers, streams, wetlands, and creeks - we love them all and and bet you do, too. One way we can all help keep Cayuga Lake clean and clear is to remove garbage and debris along the shorelines. If left unattended, this trash and its contents...