In the News
SENECA FALLS — With its most recent contribution, Seneca Meadows Landfill has surpassed the $50,000 mark for contributions in support of Ducks Unlimited over the past 17 years.
According to Census Reporter, 48% of the population in Seneca Falls is single. But if you’ve been planning a casual date or a romantic place to meet new people, Seneca Falls offers a variety of activities to explore. In fact, couples claim to have met their special ones at the local waterfalls, local diners, wineries, and even while strolling through the natural surroundings of Seneca Meadows. So, if you want to increase your chances of finding the perfect match, there are several places to go on your first date.
Thousands of meals will be delivered this week to children enrolled in each of Seneca County’s four school districts. Among the items packaged for lunch will be an individually-wrapped, 14-oz piece of mild cheddar cheese from the Muranda Cheese Company in Waterloo.
Seneca County House of Concern announced that it recently received a donation for 1000 meals from its ongoing partnership with Seneca Meadows, Inc.
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) student Molly Jacobson along with SUNY ESF professors Michael Schummer, Melissa Fierke, and Donald Leopold, began studying native bee assemblages and their plant-pollinator associations among wetland management treatments at the Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve in Seneca Falls and the Montezuma Wetlands Complex in Savannah last summer. The update report outlined several highlights for 2019, and sets the ongoing stage for 2020 research.
Seneca Housing, Inc announced that it recently received a boost from its ongoing partnership with Seneca Meadows, Inc. with a donation to purchase countertops and smoke alarms.
SENECA FALLS — Volunteers helped build 250 bicycles through Christmas Promise, a program supported by Seneca Meadows that distributes bikes to area children at Christmas.