Network News - our quarterly newsletter
Click below to view, read, download and print issues of the Network News, from 2002 to present. The collection is not complete but we're working on it!
Become a member of the Cayuga Lake Watershed Network and receive four issues each year.
2018 Issue 3 - Habs Science and Public Opinion; Watercraft Steward reflections; Members picnic and annual meeting; Appeal and volunteerism
2018 Issue 2 - Romulus Incinerator, Embrace the Lake Cleanups, Where the Water Goes ( Sue Smith-Heavenrich), Hydrilla Update, HABs, Annual Appeal
2018 Issue 1 - Elected Leaders and Public Agencies contact information
2017 Issue 4 - Cargill; Tales from the Littoral Zone: The Cayuga-Seneca Canal; Floating Classroom brings The Teall to Cayuga; Finger Lakes Institute volunteer pilot program
2017 Issue 3 - Hydrilla outreach; Tales from the Littoral Zone: Fall Migration; HABs, Members picnic and annual meeting; Make your own weed rake
2017 Issue 2 - Feeling overwhelmed by the state of things? Read this; Tales from the Littoral Zone: Seiches on Cayuga and Seneca; Seneca Meadows water quality sampling; Emerald Ash Borer extended quarantine; Sustainable lawn care practices
2017 Issue 1 - RPP nears completion; Tales from the Littoral Zone: Winter's Wonderful Wrath; Cover crops; Interview with Dave Bouldin-Cornell, retired; Public information meetings TMDL; May Embrace the Lake Cleanups
2016 Issue 2 - Mel Russo: The Magic of Water; Maggie Passmore: Nutrient Cycling and Spiraling In Tributary Streams; Marie McRae; Dryden pipeline; David Borden - Ithaca's Composer in Residence
2016 Issue 1 - Our watershed business community; Tales from the Littoral Zone: The Longnose Gar; Interview with Pete and Tacie Saltonstall-owners King Ferry Winery
2015 Issue 4 - Celebrating and thanking those who care for our watershed; Tales from the Littoral Zone: Finger Lakes Whitefishes
2015 Issue 3 - Public input needed for RPP; What is an algal bloom?; Responsible sport fishing; Can You Canoe Cayuga success; Members picnic and annual meeting
2015 Issue 2 - Tales from the Littoral Zone: Origins of Fish Species in Cayuga/Seneca Lakes; Smart steps for clean water: Stream habitat and importance of woody debris; Jeff Stein: "Adjacent to Fall Creek, in Dryden Cayuga Lake Watchdog Group Concerned Over Farm's Planned Manure Pit
2014 Issue 2 - Register for CYCC; Fracking ban upheld; Wetlands mapping from the air; Clean boating; Hydrilla Hunter Happenings July/August
2014 Issue 1 - NYS Fracking update; Hemlock Wooly Adelgid on Six Mile Creek; Smart Steps for household chemicals; Bell Station public access event; Seeking Hydrilla Hunters
2013 Issue 1 and 2 - Stewardship needed for both the Great Lakes and Chesapeake Bay; New website launched thanks to the Park Foundation; Network News writing assistance needed; Embrace the Lake cleanups a success; Cornell University's lake source cooling & Cayuga Lake modeling projects; Comments submitted to the Public Service Commission regarding Cayuga-AES; Hydrilla update; Wells College photo contest; Sunset on Cayuga dinner
2012 Issue 4 - Seneca Falls and Ithaca public thanked; Hydrilla update; Retiring US Representative Hinchey statement; "I survived Can You Canoe Cayuga!"
2012 Issue 3 - Finger Lakes Water Steward intern recap; Hydrilla discovered in Erie Canal/North Tonawanda; Can You Canoe Cayuga