Invasive Species in the Honeoye Lake Watershed

Invasive species are non-native species that can cause harm to the environment, the economy or to human health. Invasive species are one of the greatest threats to NY’s biodiversity. They cause/contribute to:

  • Habitat degradation and loss

  • Loss of native fish, wildlife and tree species

  • Loss of recreational opportunities and income

  • Crop damage and disease in humans and livestock

  • Property damage

Below is a guide for identifying invasive species:

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Honeoye Lake Watershed Task Force Members:

Town of Richmond

Town of Canadice

Town of Bristol

Town of South Bristol

Town of Naples

Honeoye Valley Association