Senator Nozzolio hosts Lake Association Summit meeting at the Finger Lakes Institute
Geneva- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently hosted a Lake Association Summit meeting at the Finger Lakes Institute on the Hobart and William Smith campus in Geneva, where he joined with members of local lake associations and conservation groups to discuss the need to protect our lakes and environmental resources. Senator Nozzolio led the effort to establish the Finger Lakes Institute and has been a strong advocate for the protection of our local lakes and waterways. The Institute’s mission is to preserve, protect and promote the Finger Lakes and advance the economic, environmental, and tourism potential of the region through world-class research and education.
Pictured left to right are: Jack Dailey, President of Canandaigua Lake Watershed Association; Senator Mike Nozzolio; Dr. Lisa Cleckner, Director of the Finger Lakes Institute; Lynn Thurston, Past Chairperson of the Finger Lakes Regional Watershed Alliance; Dr. John Halfman, lead scientist at the Finger Lakes Institute; Steve Lewandowski, Coordinator for the Canandaigua Lake Watershed Association; and Don Sheive, board member for the Canandaigua Lake Watershed Association.