The Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association (SLPWA) is launching a program to reduce sediment, nutrients and pollution that flow into Seneca Lake.
The SLPWA has formed a team of board members and volunteers to launch an initiative aimed at reducing pollutants and organic chemicals in the watershed, according to Finger Lakes Times.
The initial funding for the initiative included $15,000 in matching funds to each incoming donation from two local watershed property owners.
To donate to the program, go to this website. Donations in February and March will go to this year’s spring projects.
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