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What is a Watershed and OUR Impact on the Lake @ Chip Holt Nature Center in Vitale Park
Jan 31 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Watershed Education Center Open House is 5:30-6:30PM*
*Check out the new Education Center! It is located in Vitale Park – next door to the Chip Holt Nature Center.

Program is 6:30 – 8:30 PM in the Chip Holt Nature Center
Limited seating. Pre-registration recommended. Call the Livingston County Dept. of Health, Center for Environmental Health at 585-243-7280 to reserve a spot!

• Dr. Willard Harman, CLM, Professor of Biology, SUNY Oneonta Distinguished Service Professor & Director of Biological Field Station. Dr. Harman will define a watershed and discuss how land use and cover impact lakes like ours and how nutrient flows lead to excessive and unwanted plant growth. He will also share numerous best management practices that all of us can put into practice.
• Heather Ferrero, Deputy Director, Livingston County Planning Department Conesus Lake Watershed Management
• Emily Staychock, Watershed Educator, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Yates Cty. The Impact & Mitigation of Non-point Source Pollution in a Watershed. Emily will also use a watershed model to demonstrate how human impact causes runoff pollution and erosion.

Sponsored by the Conesus Lake Watershed Council, Conesus Lake Association, Livingston County Environmental Management Council & Dept. of Health, and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Livingston County.