- Terry Gronwall
Honeoye Lake became completely ice covered on Christmas Weekend
Honeoye Lake became completely ice covered on Christmas weekend. A few ice fisherman were already out today Monday 12/26. However, we have high temperatures forecasted in the 50 F range later this week. The ice cover may not hold long term. Be extremely careful if you venture out on the ice as it may not be safe everywhere yet.
Click on the link below for the Muller Field Station December 2022 Newsletter:
You may have to copy and paste the above url into your browser to reach the Muller December Newsletter.
DEC Announces Large Scale Pilot Study to Control Phosphorous Impacts in Honeoye Lake - Virtual Public Information Session was held on Sept. 27
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) held a virtual public information session on Tuesday, Sept. 27, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. to update residents on a research project to control phosphorous in Honeoye Lake.
Sept. 27th DEC Virtual Public Information Session presentation can be found on the link below:
The DEC Honeoye Lake Nutrient Inactivation Pilot Project Alum Treatment started on Tuesday November 1st and was completed on Friday November 18th. Now we are looking forward to seeing how much phosphorus reduction, algae reduction, and water clarity increase we get next summer as a result of the DEC’s Alum Treatment.
A few pictures that I took of the Alum Treatment Application barges are below:
Please visit the Honeoye DEC Project website for more information on the Honeoye Lake Nutrient Inactivation Project:
We will resume water quality reports in mid-May 2023.
- Click on this link for the Winter 2022 HLWTF Newsletter:
- Click on this link to see the new HLWTF Honeoye Lake Watershed Storm Water Took Kit if you are planning any storm water projects on your property:
- Click on this link for "Honeoye Lake: 2021 State of the Lake article":
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH | Honeoye Lake (honeoyelakewatershed.org)
Final Aeration Engineering Planning Project Report, Public Information Meeting Presentation, and WebEx recording posted on the HLWTF web site:
Aeration Engineering Grant | Honeoye Lake (honeoyelakewatershed.org)
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