Resources linked below relate to issues currently being monitored and addressed by the Cayuga Lake Watershed Network
A changing collection of water-focused videos and photographs from local artists, scientists, explorers and other creative people.
Here is some information for fishing, boating, camping, and hiking in the Cayuga Lake Watershed. NOTE: We are NOT a sales or rental business.
Practical steps that individuals can take to help protect and improve water quality. Topics include household chemicals, home energy, clean boating, responsible fishing, and how to become involved in local issues.
Bell Station, Indian Creek, Hydrilla, AES/Cayuga, Climate Change, Cornell's Lake Modeling and Lake Source Cooling permit, Lead in water, Round Goby, Lake Levels
Water quality monitoring, communicating findings, coordinating relationships, identifying solutions.
View, read, download and print issues of the Network News, from 2002 to present.
Presentations from recent workshops sponsored by The Network.
What is a watershed anyway? Find out with Lambert, the Canada Goose as he explores the Cayuga Lake Watershed! Plus find some great links to games, coloring pages, and more!