History & Mission
Who We Are
Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs): Action and Information
Membership - Join the Network!
Info & Action: Protect Our Water
Our Comments & Letters to Protect Clean Water
Contacting our leaders to protect clean water
Actions to Protect Clean Water
Cayuga Lake Watershed Restoration & Protection Plan
More maps of the Cayuga Lake Watershed
Wetlands Mapping Project, Tompkins County
Issues in the Cayuga Lake Watershed
Cargill, Inc. Proposal to Drill Shaft#4
Cayuga-AES Power Plant
Hydrilla Information & Action
Lead as a Water Contaminant: Sources and Impacts
Climate Change & Related Issues
Cornell University’s Lake Source Cooling (LSC) Project & Cayuga Lake Modeling (CLM) Project
The Invasive Round Goby
Lake Level Resources
Fishing in Cayuga Lake
Marinas and Boat Rentals
Camping in the Watershed
CLWN for Kids
What is a Watershed?
What's Happening in the Cayuga Lake Watershed
Lambert's Tips for Clean Water
Coloring Pages and Activities
Hydraulic Fracturing & Gas Drilling
CLEAN: Cayuga Lake Environmental Action Now
Spring 2017 North End Conference
Fall 2017 South End Conference
Smart Steps for Clean Water
Mel Russo’s Lake Tales
Videos, Photos & Shows
Calendar of Events
Newsletter: Network News
Embrace the Lake
Calendar Of Events & News
Groups and Organizations
The Finger Lakes & Great Lakes Basin
Clean Water Sustainable Businesses
What lives in our watershed? Come find out!
Robins are a sign of spring in the watershed. Robins are very common, and you have probably seen them hopping around in your yard.
People like to call us Canadian Geese, but good ornithologists (or bird scientists) know our real name, the Canada Goose!
Red-tailed hawks are raptors; they eat lots of meat, and have sharp hooked beaks and talons.
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