Annual Appeal of Donations

Thanks to our members’ and donors’ generous support, we are able to protect and promote Seneca Lake by monitoring water quality, informing and educating the public, evaluating threats to the lake, and supporting partnerships and programs that lead to solutions. We thank you for your support!
Goal: $5,000.00
Collected: $50.00
1%



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For over 20 years, Members and Volunteers have supported Seneca Pure Waters many programs and projects.  Join us to ensure Seneca Lake Water Quality research continues!

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Projects

                               Lake Level Monitoring


Recent News

The Harmful Algal Bloom season has come to a close!  Interested to see what Seneca Pure Waters found?  Check out the Annual HABS Fall Forum presentations slides by clicking

HERE.


Seneca Lake Bloom Data Spreadsheet

This link provides access to a spreadsheet containing detailed information about bloom samples obtained from Seneca Lake. Lab results will be updated as they become available.  Click here for a current scorecard.  The data table, scorecard and our interactive map will provide you with the latest and most current information.


Upcoming Events

HELP PROTECT SENECA LAKE - BECOME A MEMBER TODAY!

Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association is working to protect and preserve the water quality of Seneca Lake.  This amazing natural resource provides abundant amounts of drinking water, recreation, fishing and economic opportunities for the greater Seneca Lake community as well as visitors to our region. Through decades of dedication and hard work, Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association has earned the respect of both local and state organizations responsible for water quality.  

Our organization has been instrumental in developing water quality monitoring programs for the Seneca Lake Watershed, including: 

  • Stream Monitoring We routinely collect water samples from the six main tributaries that supply over 60% of the water flowing into the lake.  The water samples are analyzed by the Community Science Institute (SCI), a NYS certified laboratory and the results are made available to the public.
  • Lake Monitoring: In partnership with the NYS DEC and NYS Federation of Lakes Associations, we evaluate multiple deep and shallow lake locations for key water quality indices throughout the year.

  • Shoreline Monitoring:  Working in partnership with the Finger Lakes Institute (FLI) and the NYS DEC, our 100+ team of volunteers monitor over 56 miles of shoreline to locate Cyanobacteria (Harmful Algal)  blooms, which can be a health threat for humans and animals. 

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Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association
PO Box 247
Geneva, NY 14456

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