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"Threats to the Finger Lakes"

The Finger Lakes Institute of Hobart and William Smith Colleges will host the 2014 Finger Lakes Research Conference titled "Threats to the Finger Lakes" on Friday, Nov. 21. The Finger Lakes region is home to breathtaking vistas and more than 128 species of fish. Tourists, anglers, and residents enjoy the multitude of national, state and county parks; 1,000+ waterfalls; 2,000 miles of hiking and b...  More >>

Local Food, Farm Exhibit

Inspired by the recently acquired farm property on White Springs Lane, Finger Lakes Institute Community Outreach Coordinator Sarah Meyer has curated a "Working History of Food and Farm in the Finger Lakes" exhibit to bring awareness to the Colleges' and Geneva's unique food and farming history. As part of HWS Food Week, a reception for the exhibit, including local food cooking demos, will be held...  More >>

HWS Food Week Underway

As part of HWS Food Week, HWS community members have been enjoying events on campus ranging from panel discussions on veganism to an international potluck dinner at the Colleges’ Fribolin Farm. After the success of last year's HWS Food Day celebrations, the Finger Lakes Institute, in collaboration with several other HWS and community organizations, expanded the one-day national event to include a...  More >>

Students Design Bike Route

Hoping to draw more visitors to an area already rich with history and natural beauty, five HWS students are working in conjunction with the Finger Lakes Institute this summer to design three different bike routes for Sampson State Park. The routes will give walkers and cyclists different cell-phone tours of the 2,000- acre park on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake. Cari Varner, program manager for...  More >>

FLI to Host Harmful Algal Blooms Talk

The Finger Lakes Institute at HWS will host a discussion on blue-green algae, the cause of the recent drinking water ban that affected hundreds of thousands of people in Ohio and Michigan. Measurable amounts of similary types of toxins were found in Honeoye and Owasco Lake samples in recent years. "The HABs and HAB Nots - Impact of the Built Environment on Blue-green Algal Growth and Harmful Alga...  More >>


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