Current Projects

Project Number 1

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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Project Number 3


Do you have a little stream running through or next to your property?
Are you concerned about what it may be carrying into the Lake?
SLPWA is looking for volunteers interested in our NEW adopt-a-stream initiative!
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Seneca Lake News & Events

April 22nd Earth Day - Meetup

Interested in learning more about Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association? Thinking about becoming a SLPWA volunteer? Do you want to become a member? Stop by and see us on Earth Day, April 22nd, from 1-4 pm at one of the following locations: Glenora Wine Cellars, Grist Iron Brewery, Fulkerson Winery or Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards.

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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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