Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Aquatic Invasive Species Trainings
The Cayuga County Department of Planning and Economic Development along with Watershed Assessment Associates LLC and the Finger Lakes Institute will be holding five aquatic invasive species identification training workshops for the public across the Finger Lakes in July. These trainings are free, open to the public, watershed associations, watershed officials and agency personnel. Participants will learn how to identify invasive aquatic plants and animals through presentations and hands-on activities. They will also learn what to do if they find a species of concern.


July 22nd:  6 pm
Cayuga Lake Watershed Network Offices
2nd Floor, Zabriskie Hall
Wells College, Aurora

 July 23rd:  1 pm
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County
Meeting Room A
615 Willow Avenue, Ithaca

 July 23rd:  6 pm
Finger Lakes Institute
601 S. Main Street, Geneva

 July 24th:  10 am
Yates County Office Building- Auditorium
417 Liberty Street, Penn Yan

 July 24th:  6 pm
First Presbyterian Church
97 E Genesee Street, Skaneateles

 Questions? Contact Michele Wunderlich by email at or by phone at 315-253-1107.