Public and Volunteer Events and Closings
Our mission is to empower citizens to monitor and protect local water resources for sustainable management.
We partner with volunteers to monitor water quality in New York’s Finger Lakes and Southern Tier regions to collect data about local issues that matter: urban development, agriculture, fracking and more
Please join the Taughannock Garden Club for a public guest presentation on Harmful Algal Blooms by Nathaniel Launer, Cayuga Lake Harmful Algal Bloom Monitoring Program Coordinator. The presentation will take place on April 18th at
Please join the Community Science Institute for a Water and Community Event on March 23rd, from 1:00 – 4:00 PM in the beautiful Lakeside Room at the Inns of Aurora. All are welcome! This event
Join the Community Science Institute on December 15th for the next presentation in our Water and Community series*. We will be discussing the first year of the Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) Monitoring Program on Cayuga
This presentation will be held on December 12th, at the Brooktondale Community Center from 5:30 – 7:00 PM Have you ever wanted to get some basic information about your drinking water? What should I test
Learn how to landscape around the home and community to help keep our streams, rivers, and lakes healthy! This fun and educational event will be led by experts in the field, teaching practical how-to knowledge and