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Harmful Algae Blooms on Cayuga Lake, early August 2017 This is the second summer 2017 installment of information and updates about Harmful Algae Blooms (HABs) for the Cayuga Lake... read more ›
Dear Cayuga Lake Watershed Network members, supporters, lake and clean water lovers: The US EPA under Administrator Scott Pruitt wants to eviscerate clean water law protections for headwaters streams... read more ›
Dear CLWN members and supporters, ANNUAL APPEAL The Cayuga Lake Watershed Network is in the midst of our summer Annual Appeal and would love to hear from you! This year's appeal is keenly focused on... read more ›
July 25th, 2017 Harmful Algae Blooms on Cayuga Lake Harmful Algae Blooms (HABs) have been reported on the Cayuga Lake shoreline since mid-July 2017. They may persist until cold weather arrives. Read the... read more ›
Hydrilla Hunters Happenings July 4-11, 2017 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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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...