It takes a Network to protect a watershed! Listed alphabetically below are some of the agencies, organizations, community groups, and nonprofits who contribute work, information, and passion to help take care of Cayuga Lake and its 860 square mile watershed.
Click on the ones you are interested in to link to further information. If you know of entities who should be added, or do not find the watershed-related information you seek here, please contact us.
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Discover Cayuga Lake (Formerly Floating Classroom)
Cornell Cooperative Extension
Environmental Hot Lines, NY DEC:
This page has links to contact information for all of DEC's offices: http://www.dec.ny.gov/about/259.html For general information, or if you are not sure which program or office to contact, you can reach DEC at: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation 625 Broadway Albany, New York 12233-0001
- To report an environmental violation - call 1-800-TIPP DEC (1-800-847-7332) or email us (clickable DEC link), and your identity will be kept confidential.
- To report a chemical or oil spill - call the DEC 24 Hour Spill Hotline 1-800-457-7362 (within NY State) or (518) 457-7362 (outside NY State).
- To report other environmental problems, contact the DEC regional office that serves that county.
Gas Drilling and Fracking Community Groups and other information sources:
Go to our gas drilling & fracking Resources page
Hydrilla information - Tompkins County Cornell Cooperative Extension
Hydrilla Information - our Resources hydrilla page
Soil and Water Conservation Districts