Cayuga Lake Watershed Network 2018 Autumn Community Conference
Dear Network members & all clean water supporters/protectors:
Each autumn, the Network provides a free community conference to the Ithaca area, focused on water issues of local concern.
This year, there are so many water-related topics that we have invited numerous speakers to each give a ten-minute presentation, supplemented by table and poster information. Join us! Refreshments provided.
Time, date & location:
Saturday November 3, 9:30 am – 1 pm
First Unitarian Church Second Floor Annex
208 East Buffalo Street, Ithaca NY
Preliminary list of speakers and topics:
Roxy Johnston – Harmful Algal Blooms & planning for the future
Elizabeth Moran – The “plumbing” of the lake’s south end
David Weinstein, others – Freese Road: Protecting Fall Creek Valley & Bridge, Varna
John Burger, Steve Smith, others – Lead pollution in Salmon Creek, Ludlowville
Hilary Lambert – A list of concerns for Cayuga Lake & call for unified work to protect our waters.
Steve Penningroth, Nathaniel Launer – The 2018 Harmful Algal Blooms Monitoring Program on Cayuga Lake
John Dennis, Brian Eden – The Salt Mine under Cayuga Lake
Irene Weiser – The Cayuga Power Plant and the Full Lifecycle Impacts of Methane
Others may be added. Watch for a final presentations flyer by early next week.
Please attend this powerhouse of water-issue presentations. Audience Q&A encouraged.
For more information:
Hilary Lambert firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenn Tufano Grillo email@example.com