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Chautauqua Doing Its Part To Limit Sediment

Institution Implementing Ecologically Sustainable Practices On Grounds

June 7, 2013

CHAUTAUQUA — A plethora of flora is what’s in store for the Chautauqua Institution....

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Jun-07-13 6:10 PM

Renaldo is right on, this is doing SOMETHING at least. Property owners would be foolish not to do this if only to self serve and preserve their property's value. That said, strategic spraying would also help, as would bio-strategies etc...many, many other things...this lake dies and we're all in deeper.. er...stuff than we want to be in...

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Jun-07-13 7:06 AM

Ferment the weeds to fuel a power plant. Innovation instead of stagnation!

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Jun-07-13 6:29 AM

stop lip service and spray the lake or get out of way so someone that will be better stewards can!!!

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Jun-07-13 6:23 AM

I admire this effort, I'd venture that doing this is the best and simplest way to long-term assist the lake... I hope this action spreads to property owners around the lake. It should be strongly encouraged.

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