Watershed



Explanations of a Watershed and its Development & Effect on Wildlife

Complete List of Watershed Content

Seneca-Keuka Watershed Partnership announces progress in watershed plan
Seneca and Keuka Lakes contain more than 50 percent of the water of the 11 Finger Lakes, so protecting and promoting their water quality is important for the role they play in the background of our lives, and as local and regional economic drivers.
WHAT: A Nine-Element plan will be the subject of three more public presentations
WHEN: Oct. 7, 2021: 10 a.m. at Yates County Office Building, 417 Liberty St., Penn Yan: Overview of draft recommendations
WHEN: Feb. 3, 2022: 10 a.m. at Watkins Glen Community Center, 155 S. Clute Park Dr., Watkins Glen: Review of the completed draft plan
WHEN: April 25, 2022: 6 p.m. at Yates County Office Building, 417 Liberty St., Penn Yan: Unveiling the final State-approved plan

Water Quality
Water Quality

Steep Slopes
Steep Slopes

Sustainable Building
Sustainable Building

Preserving Viewsheds
Preserving Viewsheds

Preserve Agriculture
Preserve Agriculture

Smart Growth
Smart Growth

Good Time for Lawn Weed Control
Use of corn gluten as a Lawn Fertilizer

Lake Level & Ice FAQs - April 2014

Lake Level & Ice - Winter 2014

Keuka Lake Water Level Management

Keuka Lake Watershed Protection Plan ('96) - Introduction

Keuka Lake Watershed Protection Plan ('96) - Watershed Management Plan

Keuka Lake Watershed Protection Plan ('96) - Watershed Description

Keuka Lake Watershed Protection Plan ('96) - Findings & Recommendations

Keuka Lake Looking Ahead - A Community Listens to the Lake

Land Use Action Plan - 2009

Watershed Description

Watershed Management

What is a Watershed?

To Preserve and Protect Keuka Lake