Issues in the Cayuga Lake Watershed
The issues described a links below currently are being followed by the Cayuga Lake Watershed Network.
In 2016, Cargill, Inc. announced plans to drill a new shaft, Shaft #4, on the Cayuga Lake shoreline north of their present salt mine operations in Lansing. DEC granted a negative declaration for Cargill's activities, although independent scientific review clearly shows this was a mistake. CLEAN (Cayuga Lake Environmental Action Now) is working to show the DEC and all citizens at the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) should be required prior to the approval of the Shaft #4 permit. Numerous documents...
Get info on the Cayuga Power Plant on the Cayuga Lake shoreline in Lansing and the coal controversy.
What is hydrilla, and why is it a problem to Cayuga Lake and the wider region? Learn about the work of the Cayuga Lake Watershed Hydrilla Task Force, our volunteer Hydrilla Hunters, the Watercraft Stewards (Finger Lakes Institute), & what you can do to help keep this invasive plant from taking over our lake!