Wounded Warriors in Action hosting annual banquet
November 8, 2019

FAYETTE — The Kuneytown Sportsman’s Club will host the annual Finger Lakes Ducks and Bucks event on Saturday, Nov. 9, with a reception at 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7.
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Guest Appearance: A joy observing nature
October 20, 2019

Hi! I’m Kristen Moore, the Audubon educator working out of the Seneca Meadows Education Center and Wetlands Preserve. Delivering a variety of programming and education is a joy for me.
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Empty Bowls event to fight hunger
October 16, 2019

GENEVA — Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes will be holding its annual Empty Bowls dinners across the Finger Lakes in October, to coincide with World Hunger Day. These events are intended to raise awareness of and financial support for the agency’s hunger-related programs and services.
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Bird tower tracking continues at local wetlands
October 9, 2019

Braddock Bay Bird Observatory today announced that the radio tower atop Seneca Meadows landfill had eight bird detections from late April – late May.
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Giving Back

Whether it’s participating with the community at the many worthy fundraising events, or aiding the local fire department with equipment procurement, Seneca Meadows understands that actively participating in the community is just as important as maintaining our outstanding track record of safety and environmental stewardship.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton Students partner with Cornell Cooperative Extension and Seneca Meadows on recycling plastic bags.

With a $1,500 grant from the Seneca Meadows Landfill, Waterloo middle school students turned an environmental vision into reality. Composting lunch scraps and leaves, and recycling schoolroom trash was not enough for these ecologically conscious kids; the big picture for their “green” dream included a courtyard garden at the school. After many hours of dusty labor, their garden was planted and landscaped, and now brings new beauty and environmental benefits to their school.

Days of Service

Freshmen from Hobart & William Smith Colleges spent a Saturday morning in late August with staff from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the NYS DEC collecting native wetland plant seed at the Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve in Seneca Falls for planting at the Montezuma Wetlands Complex. The students were participating in the Days of Service, an initiative of the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning at the colleges.