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Outreach

At NYSWRI, we provide outreach and education, related to state-of-the-art research, to various stakeholders throughout NY. This work supports the mission of Cornell University as a Land Grant Institution and of Water Resources Research act by promoting the dissemination and application of research results toward the resolution of state and regional water partners. NYSWRI achieves these outreach goals by synthesizing information for and providing trainings to various state audiences.

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Watershed Breakfast Lecture

Jun 10, 2021

Breakfast Lecture: Soundscape Indicators of Biodiversity, Ecosystem Function, and Human Influences in the Hudson River Watershed

Hosted on June 10, 2021

Hudson River Watershed Alliance Watershed Breakfast Series
Featured Speaker: Aaron N. Rice, Principal Ecologist and Senior Research Associate, Center for Conservation Bioacoustics, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Cornell University
 

Chris Bowser with eel cup

Counting Eels in the Hudson River Estuary

Apr 30, 2021

For the 14th season, Chris Bowser and volunteers search the Hudson River estuary for juvenile American eels as part of an effort coordinated by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Cornell University.

Year of Water mural complete

Dec 18, 2020

Ithaca Murals teamed with local artist, Norma Gutierrez, to produce a mural on the wastewater treatment access point at the Ithaca Farmer's Market. The mural brings awareness to the nearby Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Facility. A new webpage, found here, highlights the details of this project with pictures of its progress and completion.

Stream Buffer Management Workshop Held for Municipalities

Jan 3, 2020

Riparian buffers are a powerful tool to reduce nutrient and sediment input to downstream waterbodies and to protect streams in the face of climate and landscape change. But getting to scale with implementation is going to take a coordinated effort. In light of this, NYS WRI co-hosted a workshop on stream buffers for municipalities in Tompkins County. It focused on both planning and implementation of buffers at municipal, watershed, and site scales. The collected resources and the slides and videos of presentations and panels, compiled on the website, can be useful to many other NYS municipalities.