Month: March 2022

A Brief Love Story…

Her name was Helen, and she loved the Lake.  In the early 1950’s, with a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Brockport, she was a physical education teacher at Monroe High School in Rochester.  She worked summers as a counselor at Camp

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Invasive Jumping Worms … Will they make an impact in our area?

Earthworms are good, right?  This is what most of us assume.  But before we dive back into springtime mulching and planting season, have you heard of jumping worms?   They are known by several different nicknames, i.e., crazy worms, snake worms,

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SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry PhD Student Studying Benthic Cyanobacteria on Canandaigua Lake

Abby Webster is a PhD student at SUNY ESF studying benthic and attached cyanobacteria in the Finger Lakes. She works closely with the team at the Finger Lakes Institute in Geneva to conduct her field work, and last summer, deployed

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