Sandy Creeks Ecosystem-based Management Demonstration Area NYOGLECC Meeting January 11, 2008. John Bartow, NYS Tug Hill Commission. Gretchen Wainwright, The Nature Conservancy. Talcott Falls. Lessons Learned. Geographic context On-the-ground projects and planning should happen concurrently
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Sandy Creeks Ecosystem-based Management Demonstration AreaNYOGLECC Meeting January 11, 2008
John Bartow, NYS Tug Hill Commission
Gretchen Wainwright, The Nature Conservancy
Geographic Context: Great Lakes Basin
Geographic Context: Lake Ontario Sub-basin
The key is paying attention to appropriateness of scale and level of detail in planning and projects.
Swallow-wort, Summer 2006: 100 acres sprayed, 25 landowners engaged and educated
Purple Loosestrife Biological Control
45,000 beetles released at 5 sites in 2006
Evaluation of results underway
Environmental Assessment of installation of fish passage was completed. Passage can not be added at this time due to VHS (Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia) in Lake Ontario
Monitor Mills Dam
After Nov 2008: develop complete EBM plan