OLWMC director hopes for further partnership with Owasco Watershed Lake Association

The efforts from volunteers with the Owasco Watershed Lake Association — such as leading the lake's harmful algal bloom monitoring program — are the kind of work needed to protect Owasco Lake, the Owasco Lake Watershed Management Council executive director said Wednesday.

Adam Effler, who started as the first executive director for the management council in March, described OWLA as a "critical partner" in efforts to protect and restore the Owasco Lake watershed at OWLA's monthly meeting.

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