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Braddock Bay currently is undergoing a major habitat restoration project that is expected to be complete in 2017. One of the issues raised in the evaluation of restoration options was how would the on-going release of phosphorus into the Bay from the five sub-watersheds that drain into it affect the water quality in the Bay once the restoration work is complete. An evaluation of the sources of phosphorus into the Bay had not been done. The Monroe County Department of Environmental Services (DES) has quantified the relative contribution of most of the watersheds within the County to overall phosphorus loads except those that drain into Braddock Bay. Based upon that information DES recommended that a study be conducted to determine distribution of pollutant loads which would become the basis for determining further management actions.
The relative contribution of a variety of sources that discharge phosphorus into the five sub-watersheds that drain into Braddock Bay was estimated using MapShed modeling software. The Salmon Creek and Brockport-Otis Creek HUC12 watershed accounted for most of the phosphorus loads to the Bay. Streambank erosion, septic system failures, hay/pasture management, and farm animal management were identified as the major contributors to those loads. Recommendations were made for further study.
شركة ادميرال ماركتس It was a very special evening.... A big thank you to our sponsors!!
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افضل برنامج بيع وشراء الاسهم The kickoff event for Rochester's River Romance Weekend
تداول اسهم الحماد Thursday Evening
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أدميرال ماركتس A River Celebration featuring BBQ, Beer, and a Blues & Bluegrass Band
بيع اسهم وشراء Enjoy an Evening with Friends and Family
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اسعار الاسهم السعودية عند الاكتتاب Take a "Genesee River Walk" tour of outdoor lifestyle suppliers and River-focused organizations
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Featuring Mike Haugh, President of our Board of Directors.
Video produced by the following team of St. John Fisher students: Matthew Ryan, Michael J. Lang,Devyn Fairbairn, and Jeffrey A. Kay.
Streambank erosion is a major contributor to the sediment and nutrient loading in the Upper Genesee River. Given the steep topography and soils of the area, some streambank erosion and the associated sediment and nutrient load would be expected. However, human influences on the watershed and riparian areas exacerbate this erosion. Recent monitoring and modeling studies point to streambank erosion and the presence of agricultural lands without riparian buffers as causes of increased sediment and nutrient loading in this section of the river. The modeling studies suggest that a streambank stabilization program would effectively reduce the sediment and nutrient loads of the Upper Genesee River.
Streambank restoration projects are currently being investigated and funded on an ad-hoc basis. Genesee RiverWatch feels that we need to have a prioritized plan of projects to cover the whole upper watershed but agree we should start smaller with the section of the river near Houghton, NY. This is a section that was identified in the SUNY Brockport (2013) study. In addition to the plan we expect this project will result in the definition of several shovel-ready projects that can be submitted in response to subsequent requests for proposals, including GLRI. Lessons learned here will also help us develop the larger watershed plan.
A meander analysis was developed in partnership with the Allegany County Soil and Water Conservation District to characterize the degree of streambank erosion on specific segments of the Genesee River in the Town of Caneadea, Allegany County, New York. This technique enabled the identification of river bank segments that should be considered for restoration. A project design and cost for each of the 17 segments evaluated was developed. These designs and the use of an evaluation matrix allowed for the establishment of the priority order of restoration for each segment. The evaluation of these restoration projects will be used to select which projects should be brought forward for submittal to funding agencies.
Five projects were identified as the top priority projects based upon the analysis conducted. (See the priority sites on the story map.) One of those projects (Site 2A) was designed and estimated to the level necessary for submittal to a funding agency. A detailed project proposal was developed in anticipation of submittal to several funding agencies in the next six to eight months. The landowner of that segment has been trying for years to define and implement a project to slow down his loss of valuable farmland. Try our fully-interactive "Swipe Tool" (and User guide)
The shovel-ready project that was developed will stabilize of 900 linear feet of un-buffered agricultural field along the Genesee River in the town of Caneadea, New York. This restoration will reduce sediment and phosphorus loads to the river while adding 900 feet of new riparian zone. This project with emphasize the use of bioengineering techniques and habitat enhancement.
Thank you all for attending and a big thank you to our sponsors! (listed below)
Download the presentations:
folder 2016 Genesee River Basin Summit Presentations
Download the Restoration Proposal Summary and Update from our final session.
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We are excited to introduce the newest addition to our RiverWatch website: our interactive Canoe Map Tour! This feature is based upon the work of Laura Arney of the Sierra Club Rochester Regional Group.
In 2004, Laura created a laminated, tri-fold map of both the North and South Genesee watershed. This map highlights existing and possible access points. She also presented throughout the community a slide show highlighting pictures and interesting observations taken from these various locations. We have attempted to capture the spirit of her work in an interactive framework here on our website! Pdf versions of Laura's original maps are available for download: North basin and South basin.
Our Canoe Map Tour is not complete. We need pictures to fill out this interactive map! Some of Laura's original pictures from the slide show are currently present, starting with slide number 20.
We encourage the public to email us additional pictures and we will add some of them to our map tour. The locations of these access points may be found using our Interactive Genesee Basin map. Laura's points are illustrated using canoe icons.
1. Click on a particular canoe icon and choose Zoom To at the bottom of this pop-up.
2. Change the Base Map to OpenStreetMap to find the exact map location.
3. Travel to the point, take a picture, and email it to us. Please send high resolution photos. We will reduce them to the appropriate size for the slide show.
4. Select photos will be added to our Photo Gallery and the top photo for each Canoe Access pointwill be added to the Canoe Tour Map. We will give credit to you in the description of each picture.
5. Send photos to Wayne Howard.
By sending us photos for use on this site implies permission for us to use them elsewhere in promotional materials.
6. We Thank you for your participation!