Discussing the water quality of Tully, Crooked, Song, and Little York Lakes
- Get the story on recent kettle lakes water quality sampling
- Help select conceptual designs to manage stormwater pollution
- Bring your questions and comments!
Free and open to the public, light refreshments will be served
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
7:00 – 8:30PM, Center for the Arts, 72 S. Main St., Homer
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
7:00 – 8:30PM, Tully United Community Church, 5872 Meetinghouse Rd., Tully
Download the poster for the event here.
Download a postcard for the event here.
This project is funded by National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Chesapeake Bay Technical Capacity Grants Program for Stormwater Management
For more information, contact:
Meredith Perreault, Syracuse University
Environmental Finance Center, efc.syr.edu
Cannot attend a meeting? View information at http://www.cofokla.org from Nov. 12 to Nov. 19
Mark your calendars for September 30, 2017 and start planning your waterbody cleanup event. More information will be posted soon!
The Cortland County Soil and Water Conservation District supports conservation on farms by providing technical and financial assistance for conservation projects and supporting the use of best management practices. There are many farms enrolled in a variety of conservation practices throughout Cortland County, that are dedicated to maintaining economically and environmentally viable soils and protecting water quality in our district.
A great way to support our local farmers and to save on the fuel and cost of transporting produce grown elsewhere, is to purchase goods at local farmer’s markets.
There are many small farmer’s markets within Cortland County and they are getting ready to open for the season- here are a few:
The Cortland Farmer’s Market, on Main Street, continues its regular hours on Saturdays and Tuesdays throughout the summer from 8am-2pm . Visit the CortlandFarmersmarket Main St. facebook page for more information and updates.
The Homer Farmer’s Market, on the Village Green, opened for the season beginning May 7th and will be open on Saturdays throughout the season from 9am to 1pm. Visit the Homer Farmer’s Market website for more information and updates on the weekday market and indoor/winter market.
Farmer’s Markets are great way to get the community outdoors and eating healthy. Most markets carry a variety of local goods including vegetables, fruits, baked goods, meats and cheese, crafts and much more.
Buy local. Eat local. Support Your Local Producers.