Work Plan: June 27 – July 1, 2022

Work Plan: June 27 – July 1, 2022

This week we will have all 3 full crews plus 2 mobi crews working on Chautauqua Lake! The Mayville harvesters and shore crews will continue south along the east shore through Hartfield Bay, into Dewittville Bay to the Lutheran Camp. Once completed they will head south along the west shore towards Chautauqua Inst. The north mobi crew will start from Mayville Park working south along the east shore to Long Point. The Long Point harvesters will continue south along the east shore to the Cheney Farm. Once complete they will head to the west shore working north from Cheney Point…
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Executive Director Attends Local Water Quality Conference

Executive Director Attends Local Water Quality Conference

CLA Executive Director Doug Conroe recently attended the 2022 Chautauqua Lake Water Quality Conference that was sponsored by Chautauqua Institution and held there on June 18.  Presentations were provided by personnel from the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy,  SUNY Fredonia, SUNY Onoenta, the Jefferson Project, Syracuse University and SUNY ESF Syracuse.  Greg Boyer, Ph.D., from SUNY ESF provided a tutorial on algae, harmful blue-green algae, toxic algae.  He also reported on Chautauqua Lake conditions utilizing water samples data that had been collected since 2013 by the CLA.  Pictured is a slide that was created by Dr. Boyer and was also utilized by…
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Work Plan: June 20 – 24

Work Plan: June 20 – 24

This week we will have crews working in all 3 locations! Mayville, Long Point and Lakewood. Mayville harvesters and shore crew will be working along the east shore from Mayville Park towards Hartfield and Dewittville. Long Point crew will continue harvesting along the west shore from Prendergast Point through Chautauqua Institution. Then cross to the east shore working south from Maple Springs to Long Point. The shore crew will start at Ashville Marina working north along the west shore following the harvesters. The Lakewood harvesters will be continuing in Ashville Bay to Cheney's Point. Then crossing to the east shore…
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