Please be sure to include your personal information (your name, email, and phone number), bloom information (observation date and time and location of the bloom), and two pictures (one close up to show bloom composition and one from far away to show bloom extent).
A member of the HABs monitoring consortium or one of the Quadrant Leaders will receive your report and follow up with you as soon as possible.
Thank you for taking part in the Cayuga Lake HABs Monitoring Program! By reporting this bloom you’ve aided the collection of valuable cyanobacteria data and played a significant role in protecting public health.
If you have any questions or are interested in monitoring Cayuga Lake’s shoreline on a routine basis by becoming a HABs Harrier, contact Cayuga Lake’s HABs Monitoring Program Coordinator, Nathaniel Launer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Cayuga Lake Watershed Network’s Steward, Hilary Lambert, at email@example.com