Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Finger Lakes News & Notes

- New Ethanol plant to be located at former Seneca Army Depot

- A few fun things to do in August

- Another tragic warning to be very careful when swimming in the lakes

- A reminder not to release fish or bait from one lake into another lake

- According to this article, millions of pounds of eels used to be harvested from the Finger Lakes

- Dundee proposes new codes for the village such as banning open fire pits

- Owasco Lake in the worst shape environmentally due to high levels of phosphorous

- Finger Lakes wineries using worms to fertilize vines

- A writer contemplates the many moods of Keuka Lake

- 10 pieces of Geneva history

- If you are interested in the history of New York wine, as well as just about anything else you'd want to know, this New York wine course produced by super-knowledgable and well-traveled president of the New York Wine & Grape Foundation Jim Trezise has all the info for you. The NYWGF's Uncork New York website is the ultimate source for info about New York wine.

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