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DEC’s Great Lakes Program wants to hear from people in Sterling, Wolcott Creek watersheds

The state Department of Environmental Conservation's Great Lakes Program is looking for ways to manage the ecosystem in Sterling and Wolcott Creek sub watersheds located in Wayne, Cayuga and a small portion of western Oswego counties.

People who live and work in the watershed, or any other stakeholders, are encouraged to fill out a survey, which the DEC will use to understand current conditions and capacities and the local interest in volunteer programs. The DEC is particularly interested in hearing from communities, organizations and public interest groups in the towns of Ira, Hannibal, Victory, Sterling, Wolcott, Rose and Huron.

The survey can be filled out online at surveymonkey.com/r/WD2VQ8V. Surveys must be completed by April 27.

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