Hydrilla. Leslie J. Mehroff, University of Connecticut
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Hydrilla Task Force of the Cayuga Lake Watershed

Diverse groups work together in a coordinated fashion to learn the science, seek out the possible management options, understand the regulatory options and constraints, share information, and implement the management strategies most likely to result in eradication of hydrilla in the Cayuga Lake Watershed.

Bolton Point Water System

Cayuga County Department of Health

Cayuga Lake Watershed NetworkThe South End Hydrilla Task Force

Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County

Finger Lakes Institute

Finger Lakes Lake Ontario Watershed Protection Alliance (FLLOWPA)

Finger Lakes PRISM (Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management)

NYS Department of Environmental Conservation

Racine-Johnson Aquatic Ecologists

SOLitude Lake Management

Tompkins County Department of Health

Tompkins County Soil and Water Conservation District Office

US Army Corps of Engineers Buffalo Office

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Last updated June 26, 2020