AVAILABLE NOW Remedial Alternative Tech MemoDOD Environmental Programs Annual Report to Congress
Balance of Plant Tech Memo (under "Reports" and then
"Balance of Plant Documents")
|April 6, 2014
||The Historical and Cultural Importance of the Niagara Escarpment; It will be in the Nature Center located in the Warming House at 2571 Lower Mountain Road in Bond Lake Park in Ransomville. For more information about
this event contact Nona McQuay at 434-5052.
|The 450 mile long Niagara Escarpment has been designated as a World Biosphere Preserve in Canada, but is just beginning to get some attention in the US. In 2013 a Greenway grant was acquired by the Western New York Land Conservancy to study the Escarpment in Niagara County. One of the components of that study was to document the early history and culture of the inhabitants who lived along the escarpment corridor. The Land Conservancy reached out to The History Center of Niagara for submissions about the Escarpment for
Nona McQuay and Ann Marie Linnabery, Director of Education at the History Center, will present their findings to the public on April 6th, 2014 from 1-3 pm at Bond Lake Park in Ransomville. Visitors are encouraged to come and hear local stories of the Escarpment from East to West. The presentation will include information about the Seneca, Iroquois, Mohawk, Neuter and Tuscarora habitation and history. There will also be background information about the geology of the area, towns, railroads, personalities and public access spaces along the corridor. They will evenshare with you the location of original site of Niagara Falls 12,000 years ago. It should prove to be an interesting afternoon for all Niagara County residents and anyone interested in the history and culture of the NiagaraEscarpment.
|A FREE event sponsored by the Bond Lake Environmental and Beautification Committee.
||6:30 - 9:30 PM
||LOOW CAC Meeting, Lewiston-Porter School Alumni Room||Agenda TBD
|Every Other Month TBD||6:30-9:30 PM
||LOOW CAC Meeting, Lewiston-Porter School Alumni Room
||**Tentative tour**||NFSS, with focus on the Balance of Plant work locations|
|Fall 2014||Public Workshops on LOOW activities||- Occidental Chemical property Remedial Investigation
- Wastewater Treatment Plant Feasibility Study