Lake Effect Study at Seneca Meadows
The OWLeS study is not the first academic study to be performed at the Seneca Meadows facilities. In 2012, a SUNY ESF (college of environmental science and forestry) student conducted honors research on the richness of bee and wasp diversity at the Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve on Black Brook Road.
Don Gentilcore, Area Manager for Seneca Meadows, said this about the study, “we are committed to enriching our community with the resources we have available; whether it’s environmental research or working with community groups to further their initiatives. Seneca Meadows plans to continue pursuing valuable partnerships with local colleges and universities, and the many civic, charitable and service organizations that make this community great.”