Seneca Lake Pure Waters group seeks to trace phosphorus source

The amount of phosphorus in Reeder Creek, a tributary to Seneca Lake, is 70 times the state’s recommended amount for a body of water. The Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association has been sampling tributaries to the largest of the 11 Finger Lakes and discovered the high phosphorus level on the east side where Reeder Creek empties into the lake in Romulus.

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