Central New York Chapter





May 15, 2015 update 

Youth Aquatic Resource Education (YARE)

On May 2 & 3, over 20 teachers, educators and students gathered at the Cornell 

Biological Field Station on Oneida Lake in Central NY for a joint workshop on 

Youth Aquatic Resource Education (YARE).  The workshop featured hands-on 

instruction and training for teaching youth about water quality monitoring, 

aquatic ecology and fishing.  These educational topics are fostered within the 

shared missions of the workshop's sponsoring organizations - the Izaak Walton 

League of America (IWLA), Project Watershed and the NY Chapter of the American 

Fisheries Society (NY AFS).   Read More 






May 6, 2015 - updated.
Water Monitoring has begun - join the fun! 
April 27      Bear Trap Creek
April 30      Nine Mile Creek  
May 6          Butternut Creek  - (May 8 rain date)
May 12 /14  Carpenter's Brook 
May 20 /22  Skaneateles Creek 
May 26   28 Onondaga Creek 



Project Watershed Video on Onondaga Lake Watershed ; Project Watershed is program run by the CNY Chapter of IWLA.

Please use the navigation links to learn more about our chapter and activities.  A link to the Izaak Walton League of America site is also provided; that site will keep you up-to-date on national environmental and conservation Izaak Walton issues.

If our overall mission and activities interest you, please consider becoming involved with our grass roots conservation activities.  From stream monitoring to youth fishing clinics to environmental education programs,  there are ample opportunities for your energy and talents to help us fulfill our mission. We invite you to attend our meetings and welcome you to join our chapter!



 

         

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CNY Chapter Izaak Walton League,
Feb 25, 2012, 5:20 PM
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