28sep1:00 pm4:00 pmFeaturedNutrients in the Cayuga and Seneca Lake Watersheds, Unusual Weather, and Harmful Algal Blooms: A Public Conversation
Please join us for this important community discussion. The Cayuga and Seneca Lake communities have been confronted by harmful algal blooms (HABs) on the lakes, changing weather patterns, and nutrients
Please join us for this important community discussion. The Cayuga and Seneca Lake communities have been confronted by harmful algal blooms (HABs) on the lakes, changing weather patterns, and nutrients throughout the watershed. This forum seeks to address complex issues through public dialogue between community members and a panel of experts.
Panelists will provide 10 minute presentations on their topics prior to an open discussion
Cyanobacteria , Blooms, and Nutrients
Greg Boyer, Director, Great Lakes Research Consortium and Professor of Biochemistry, SUNY – College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Nutrient Management and Conservation Practices by Farms
Greg Albrecht, Agricultural Environmental Management (AEM) Coordinator, NYS Soil & Water Conservation Committee and NYS Dept. of Agriculture and Markets
Nutrient Management and Tile Lines
Bruce Austic, Owner, Austic Farms
Storm Water Design
Bruce Murray, Owner, Boundary Breaks Winery
Long-Term Nutrient Data Sets in the Cayuga and Seneca Lake Watersheds
Stephen Penningroth, Executive Director, Community Science Institute (CSI)
Floods, Droughts, and Temperature Swings: Not Your Grandfather’s Weather
Mark W. Wysocki, Senior Lecturer in Meteorology and New York State Climatologist, Cornell University
2:15 – 2:30 PM: Break to submit questions and for refreshments
2:30 – Close: Questions from the audience and community. Time for guided discussion
We invite you to come and listen to the discussion, and we encourage you to participate!
(Saturday) 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
South Seneca School
7263 Main St.
Community Science Instituteinfo@communityscience.org
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