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After a successful first year of project implementation, we are excited to once again have the opportunity to sponsor a group of Sediment, Nutrient, and Pollution Reduction (SNPR) projects in our watershed for summer, 2023!

We now have a generous donor that will donate $5,000 in matching funds for our March SNPR Fundraiser. Will you help us fund a Pollution Reduction Project in summer, 2023?

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2023 Project Plan

Hydroseeding Ditches

Why it Works:

Reduces erosion in ditches which convey water and limits pollutant loading into Seneca Lake.

Project Plan:

Schuyler County, 2023

Upland Water Retention

Why it Works:

Reduces concentrated flows, limits roadway flooding, protects public infrastructure.

Project Plan:

Ontario County, 2023


Why they Work:

Increases resiliency to intense storm events, allows nutrient carrying sediment to settle out.

Project Plan:

Seneca County, 2023

Cover Crops

Why they Work:

Root structure secures soil between crop growing season, reduces nutrient loss, limiting fertilizer needs.

Project Plan:

Schuyler County, 2023

The Seneca Pure Waters' Sediment, Nutrient, and Pollution Reduction program (SNPR) was established in 2021 with a mission to support water quality improvement action within the Seneca Lake watershed. The program has a specific focus on reducing sediment and nutrients that negatively impact the water quality of the the lake and its tributaries, and will provide financial support to projects that reduce these pollutants.


Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association

P.O. Box 247

Geneva, NY 14456


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