WAYS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
 
ALGAL BLOOM TALK
AND PANEL DISCUSSION
Wednesday, October 4th
7:00-8:30pm
Skaneateles High School Auditorium
Speakers:
✦ Robert G. Werner Ph.D. Professor Emeritus at SUNY-ESF
Title: “Whatever Happened to Skaneateles Lake?”
✦ Gregory Boyer Ph.D. Professor of Biochemistry and Director of the
Great Lakes Research Consortium, SUNY-ESF
Title: “Harmful Algal Blooms and Their Toxins –
Sorting Out the Facts From the Internet Fiction.”
Speakers will be followed by a 30 minute panel discussion that will
include Skaneateles Town Supervisor Jim Lanning, Claire Howard
(Town Councilor), Constance Brace (Town Councilor), and others TBA.
Event sponsored by
Skaneateles High School Environmental Club
 
 
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EarthWorks is the environmental ministry of St. James’ Episcopal Church, located in Skaneateles, New York. Founded on the belief that we have a moral responsibility to be stewards of God’s Creation, EarthWorks is dedicated to fostering ecological practices that will lessen our impact on the earth. Through prayer, discussion, education and action, members of EarthWorks seek ways to create an earth-friendly environment within their personal lives, their communities, and the world. Members serve our present and future generations by engaging in conservation, education, and habitat improvement projects. We are eager for all people who are interested in improving the environment to participate in our meetings and activities.
Questions, please contact
Kip Coerper at Kip@stjamesskan.org.
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