FERC Gives
"Go-Ahead" on Salt Cavern
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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) gave final approval to Crestwood Midstream to proceed with the construction of expanded methane storage in the Reading salt caverns.  Friend of Seneca Lake, Peter Mantius, writes an excellent objective summary of this issue October, 2014.    Read it here.

Dr. D. Rob MacKenzie, MD carried out an independent quantitative risk analysis of the natural gas storage proposal.  
Read it here.

SLPWA issues a statement read at the We Are Seneca Lake blockade of compressor site.
Read it here.



Featured Speaker at the 2014 Annual Meeting 
September 17, 2014
was

Sandra Steingraber


Video of Sandra's Talk

Call to Action!
Seneca Lake needs your help!

Watch this video

Get involved with our new
Stream Analysis Project 

Details Here

VOLUNTEER HERE!!

Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association
                 "... ENHANCE AND PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF SENECA LAKE"  - Mission Statement Click Here



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January, 2015


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Photo courtesy Kevin Colton Photography kevin@kevincoltonphotography.com

We are starting out 2015 with some good things happening for
 

Seneca Lake !

Our lake and watershed will NOT have to deal with 
High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing (HVHF) thanks to a December 2014 decision by Governor Cuomo and his administration to ban HVHF from New York State!


BUT there are other threats to our lake ...............
  

Your association is working to:

  • prevent the expansion natural gas and new storage of LPG on the shores and under Seneca Lake.

  • help reduce nutrient input into the lake through our stream monitoring program.

  • establish a rational lake level control process by partnering with stakeholders.


JOIN US BY VOLUNTEERING AND WORKING WITH US TO "ENHANCE AND PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF SENECA LAKE"


CONNECT WITH US ON FACEBOOK!



THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!













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