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Finger Lakes National Heritage Area- Feasibility Study

03/19/2021 5:52 PM | Kaitlin Fello

Finger Lakes National Heritage Area- Feasibility Study

by Dan Corbett

The National Park Service is conducting a study to determine the feasibility of designating the Finger Lakes region as a national heritage area.  Public input is being sought and is open until June 1st. Seneca Lake Pure Waters strongly encourage our membership and other stakeholders to participate and support this initiative. We believe that the founding of the Finger Lakes National Heritage Area would be very much in alignment with our mission to Preserve and Protect Seneca Lake. The link below will take you to a page offering more information and the opportunity to directly provide your inputs.

Click here to submit your comments

National Heritage Areas (NHAs) provide economic benefits to communities and regions through their commitment to heritage conservation and economic development. Through public‐private partnerships, NHA entities support historic preservation, natural resource conservation, recreation, heritage tourism, and educational projects. Leveraging funds and long‐term support for projects, NHA partnerships generate increased economic impact for regions in which they are located.  

Case studies demonstrate that NHAs are valuable economic contributors to the local regions and states where they operate. The partnerships they create and facilitate, and the efforts put forth by each organization truly make a difference in their communities. Each serves as a vital part of the local and regional economy contributing millions of dollars annually and sustaining jobs.

Please act on this today!

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