Wednesday, March 27, 2024

Brook Trout , Adirondacks and Climate Change


Thursday, March 28, 2024 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM.  (UTC-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Host : Craig Pettinger
If you want to attend, register now. When your registration is approved, you'll receive an invitation to join the webinar.
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Tuesday, January 23, 2024

Upcoming Young Naturalist Events as of Feb 25th

  Upcoming Young Naturalist Events

2/26 @Cazenovia (Ice Age Animals)
2/28 @Fayetteville (Ice Age Animals)
3/2 @Petit (Non-Native Nuisances)
3/18 @Dewitt-Jamesville (Non-Native Nuisances)
3/25 @Cazenovia (Non-Native Nuisances)
3/26 @Fayetteville (Non-Native Nuisances)
4/1 @Dewitt-Jamesville (Animal Track Detectives)
4/13 @Petit (Animal Track Detectives)
5/2 @Dewitt-Jamesville 
7/20 @Skaneateles (Creek Critter Survey)
8/10 @Skaneateles (something about lakes? Water quality in Skaneateles lake vs drinking water vs Onondaga?)


Petit Library - Saturday, January 20, 2024.

Fayetteville Library , Wednesday January 24th. 

Monday, October 2, 2023

October IWLA Updates

IWLA Upcoming Events 

On Monday, October 2:  Stream Survey at Butternut Creek with Jamesville Dewitt High School

Wednesday, October 4 -  Stream Survey at Butternut Creek I.T.C. High School 

also  Young Naturalist is back for fall 2023. Young Naturalist will be having an event on Weds Oct 4, 4:15 pm.  at Fayetteville Free Library

Sunday, January 22, 2023

YN January Events

winter wildlife at Petit Saturday. Jan 21, Plant powered Sunday, Jan 22 at Skaneateles, winter wildlife again at Fayetteville next Wednesday,January 25th, and Scat and Signs at Liverpool next Thursday, January 26th. 

Registration links below:

Skaneateles link:

Fayetteville link:

Sunday, August 21, 2022

For conservancy’s WHIRL graduates, learning about watershed is a natural

CNY Chapter's a partner in the WHIRL program which was written up in the Watertown Daily Times on August 17, 2022.

For conservancy’s WHIRL graduates, learning about watershed is a natural

 REDWOOD — The Indian River Lakes’ WHIRL program is a natural for students like Meadow G. Webb, holder of a name that conjures up our natural environment.

But WHIRL — Water and Habitat on the Indian River Lakes — is a teen environmental education program designed for students of all interests managed by the Indian River Lakes Conservancy. The program aims to bring together environmentalists of different ages and experiences to learn from one another and to grow a community of people principled around protecting water quality, especially within the Indian River Lakes watershed.

click here to read more of story 

Thursday, May 26, 2022