Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) and Non-Point Source Pollution in the Finger
Lakes: Strategies for Addressing the Threat

*Saturday, April 14th*
*1:00 PM - 3:30 PM*
The Space @ Greenstar
700 W. Buffalo St.
Ithaca, NY 14850

Please see topics, agenda, and speakers below:

   - *1:00 - 1:15:* *Introduction: The HABs-Nutrient Connection,* *Robert
   Howarth*, Professor of Ecology, Cornell University

   - *1:15 - 1:40*: *New York State Programs to Combat Non-point Source
   Pollution,* *John Negley*, Manager, Tompkins County Soil and Water
   Conservation District

   - *1:40 - 2:05*: *TMDLs and Nine Element Plans,* *Roxy Johnston*, City
   of Ithaca Watershed Coordinator

   - *2:05 - 2:15:* Intermission, Time allotted to pick up resources and
   chat with tablers

   - *2:15 - 2:35:* *The Importance of Long-Term Datasets, **Stephen
   Penningroth*, Director, Community Science Institute

   - *2:35 - 3:00:* *The Value of Collective Action,* *Andrew Zepp*,
   Director, Finger Lakes Land Trust

   - *3:00 - 3:30:* Wrap-up, Q&A, pick up resources, chat with tablers

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Outreach Coordinator
Community Science Institute

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