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​Nutrients in the Watershed, Unusual Weather and Harmful Algal Blooms Public Conversation

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​Nutrients in the Watershed, Unusual Weather and Harmful Algal Blooms

  • Saturday, September 28, 2019, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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Panelists:

  • Cyanobacteria, Blooms, and Nutrients - Greg Boyer, Director, Great Lakes Research Consortium and Professor of Biochemistry, SUNY ESF
  • Nutrient Management and Conservation Practices by Farms - Greg Albrecht, Agricultural Environmental Management Coordinator, NYS Soil & Water Conservation Committee, and NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets
  • Nutrient Management, Tile Lines - Bruce Austic, Owner, Austic Farms
  • Storm Water Design - Bruce Murray, Owner, Boundary Breaks Winery
  • Long-Term Nutrient Data Sets in the Cayuga and Seneca Lake Watersheds - Stephen Penningroth, Executive Director, Community Science Institute
  • Floods, Droughts, and Temperture Swings: Not Your Grandfather’s Weather - Mark W. Wysocki, Senior Lecturer in Meteorology and NYS Climatologist, Cornell University

Format:

    • Each panelist will speak for about 10 mins
    • 2:15- 2:30: Break to submit questions and for refreshments
    • 2:30- Close: Questions from the audience and community. Time for guided discussion.

    Sponsored by: Seneca County Farm Bureau, Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension, Seneca County Soil & Water, and Community Science Institute

    Location

    South Seneca High School Cafeteria
    7263 Main St.
    Ovid, New York 14521

    Last updated September 12, 2019