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2008 Waterworks - February March (special 25th Anniversary Edition) August December
2007 Waterworks - January April July October
2006 Waterworks - February July October
2005 Waterworks - March July October
2004 Waterworks - January May September December
2003 Waterworks - January April July October
2002 Waterworks - January July October
2001 Waterworks - January March July October
2000 Waterworks - January April July October
1999 Waterworks - January March July October
1998 Waterworks - January April July October
1997 Waterworks - January March August October
1996 Waterworks - Winter Spring (conference announcement) Summer Fall
1995 Waterworks - Winter Spring-Summer
1994 Waterworks - Winter Spring Summer Fall
1993 Waterworks - Winter Spring Summer Fall
1992 Waterworks - Winter Spring Fall
1991 Waterworks - Winter Spring Summer Fall
1990 Waterworks - Winter Spring Summer Fall
1989 Waterworks - Winter Spring Summer Fall
1988 Waterworks - Winter Spring Summer Fall
1987 Waterworks - Spring Summer Fall
Lake News SEP 5th
23rd Western Regional Conference October 21, 2917
Join us on Silver Lake in Wyoming County. The gathering includes a buffet style lunch and great talks. We will have online registration starting in early September so stay tuned to our website and facebook page. For more information, please contact Donald Cook - firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for registration will be Oct 12th, 2017.
1. Panel Discussion - Faculty and staff from SUNY Geneseo, SUNY Brockport, the University of Buffalo, and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) will discuss ways that lake associations can use college programs and expertise more effectively.
2. Dr. Joseph Atkinson, Chair , Department of Environmental Engineering, University of Buffalo will talk about ongoing research on harmful algal blooms in Sodus Bay, Lake Ontario.
3. Doug Conroe, Chautauqua Lake Association, talks about collaborative efforts with academic institutions..
4. Meg Wilkinson, Invasive Species Database Program Coordinator, NY Natural Heritage Program, shows how to use the IMAP Invasive System smartphone app. Assisting her in the “show and tell “ program will be students from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) and the RIT.
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