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Owasco Lake Groups Ready to Take Algal Bloom Project Requests
The Owasco Lake Watershed Management Council unveiled the five priority projects they and other lake advocacy groups have decided on out of numerous actions recommended in a state-developed plan.

Owasco Lake was one of 12 lakes across the state last summer to receive a Harmful Algal Bloom Action Plan. Each plan detailed a variety of possible projects for their respective lakes, with funding coming from an accompanying $65 million fund.

The second biggest request, $340,000 from the state with a $60,000 match, would purchase a weed harvester for the Cayuga County Soil and Water Conservation District to use to remove aquatic weeds in the lake, which can provide nutrients to HABs when decaying.

 
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Winter milfoil control program gets underway on Osoyoos Lake - The winter phase of the milfoil control program on Osoyoos Lake got underway last week as water temperatures continued to cool. Unlike during the summer, when a machine cuts and harvests the tops of the invasive weed, between October and April a rototiller is used to pull the plant up by its roots.


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