Category: Lake Friendly Living

For several years, CLWA has partnered with the Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Ontario and Yates Counties to co-sponsor an annual Soil Health Workshop, held each February or March. The workshops provide an opportunity to learn about new programs

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Lake Friendly Property Tour

Shoreline Stewards: Molly & Ed Shill Join us on the East Side of Canandaigua Lake as we explore a lake-friendly property. From eco-conscious landscaping to innovative stormwater management, discover how sustainable shoreline development can help support biodiversity and clean water.

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Make The Switch to LED Flares

Ring-of-Fire is almost here!  Traditionally, each Labor Day weekend, incendiary highway flares lit up the perimeter of the lake, casting a beautiful red glow known as the Ring-of-Fire.  While generating a familiar fizz and bright light, they also leave behind potassium

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CLWA VISITS A LOCAL GRASS-FED ORGANIC DAIRY FARMER

Highlighting Best Practices in our Watershed CLWA VISITS A LOCAL GRASS-FED ORGANIC DAIRY FARMER BY JACK DAILEY One of the economic engines in our area is agriculture, both dairy and cash crops. Farms dot the hillsides of the lake and

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Lake Friendly Living Coalition – Finger Lakes New Years Resolution 2023

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Lake Friendly Holiday Gift Guide

 

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Lake Friendly Living Tips for Fall Lawn Care

Fall is a critical time to protect our water quality. As deciduous trees begin to shed their leaves in preparation for winter, phosphorus may be loaded into our surface water runoff, and ultimately into our streams and lake. If leaves

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10 Native Plants to Add to Your Garden This Spring

  Spring Has Sprung! We’ve got 10 Native Plants that will make a great addition to your garden this year. Native plants help support our wildlife and ecosystems by providing nectar for pollinators, shelter for species like caterpillars, and food

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