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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 MAR 12th
Regional HAB Summits Set
Harmful Algal Bloom Summit Information
North Country HAB Summit
Tuesday, March 20 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Best Western Ticonderoga
260 Burgoyne Road
Ticonderoga, NY 12883
Western New York
Monday, March 26 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
R. Thomas Flynn Campus Center, SUNY Monroe Community College, the Forum
1000 East Henrietta Road
Rochester, New York 14623
Free parking in campus lots N and M
At these summits, nation-leading experts will work with local steering committees to begin development of tailored action plans to address the causes of algal blooms in the twelve priority waterbodies across the state. The action plans developed for each waterbody will be used to guide the development and implementation of priority projects, including new monitoring and treatment technologies. The action plans will be complete by the end of May and the lessons learned through these action plans will be applied to other impacted waterbodies.
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