Current Projects

Project Number 1

Seneca Lake Conditions

Access the current lake level information from the water gage in Geneva or the Atwater Estate Vineyard webcam in hector.

Project Number 2

Stream Monitoring

Long term studies of Seneca Lake show a steady increase in nutrients resulting in weed and algae growth. The sodium level of the lake is above EPA guidelines for drinking water. SLPWA’s volunteer stream monitoring program is intended to identify the sources of these and other contaminants so corrective actions can be taken.
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Seneca Lake News & Events

April 13th Celebrity Chef at Veraisions Restaurant to benefit SLPWA

SLPWA will participate once again in Glenora Wine Cellars’ Celebrity Chef Series. On Thursday, April 13, 2017 Rick Weakland, Hank Kimball, Tom Burrall, and Larry Martin will prepare fresh pasta dishes as SLPWA participates for the 2nd year at the popular event held at Glenora Wine Cellars’ elegant Veraisons restaurant.

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SLPWA Urges US Army to Cleanup Reeder Creek

In comments submitted last week to the US Army and the US Environmental Protection Agency regarding the Final Proposed Remedial Action Plan for the Seneca Army Depot Munitions Sites, Seneca Lake Pure Water Association (SLPWA) requested that steps be taken to identify and remove the source(s) of phosphorus, coliform and E. coli which are polluting Reeder Creek, Seneca Lake and other downstream waterways.

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