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"Saving Chautauqua Lake, Our Greatest Natural Asset, Tourist Attraction, and Economic Engine"

TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2018, 7 PM, at St. Luke's Episcopal Church: CHAUTAUQUA WATERSHED CONSERVANCY (CWC) presents "Saving Chautauqua Lake, Our Greatest Natural Asset, Tourist Attraction, and Economic Engine." 

John Jablonski III, CWC executive director, will speak about the economic importance of Chautauqua Lake and its fishery, the state of the lake and its contributing watershed, the many threats to the health of the lake and watershed, and the most important actions needed to conserve and enhance water quality and the aquatic plant and algae conditions in the lake.  Participants will be encouraged to ask their lake and watershed management questions after the formal presentation.

ENJOY WILLOW FODOR'S DELICIOUS VEGETARIAN DINNERS SERVED FROM 6-7 PM, before the CWC presentation. 

PLEASE NOTE: VEGETARIAN DINNER RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE BY FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2018. Visit http://auduboncnc.org to register for dinner. Go to programs (upper right) to view vegetarian dinners/St. Luke’s ($10 per dinner, registration required).

Catering the GreenUp Jamestown events while supporting Audubon combines my passions: nature, food and cooking— WILLOW FODOR

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