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Nitellopsis obtusa CONFIRMED in LIVINGSTON COUNTY

Nitellopsis obtusa CONFIRMED in LIVINGSTON COUNTY

Nitellopsis obtusa (common name: Starry Stonewort), a highly invasive aquatic plant, has recently been confirmed in two locations of Conesus Lake. This is a plant-like macro-algae characterized by its ability to dominate a waterbody and aggressively form thick beds. ¬†Once established these beds displace native vegetation and alter the local ecosystem. They can also significantly […]

By August 16, 2021 0 Comments Read More →
Come join us in the field!

Come join us in the field!

Looking to get outside? We’ll be hosting several hiking and paddling events throughout the month of August and we are looking for people to join us! Whether you are someone who is wanting to learn more about invasive species, or someone who just likes to be outside, then consider these events below! Saturday, August 14th, […]

By August 6, 2021 0 Comments Read More →
Fall 2020 Boat Launch Inventory Map

Fall 2020 Boat Launch Inventory Map

Link: https://hws.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=1429ca3917f7452f9c78aae09c21a6f2 In the fall of 2020, the FLI conducted an inventory of all public boat launches throughout the Finger Lakes PRISM region. Data collected on each boat launch included: boat launch type, condition of the boat ramp and parking lots, restroom facilities (presence and type), AIS disposal boxes, signboards, signage, fee-for–use kiosks, use restrictions, […]

By July 2, 2021 0 Comments Read More →