Black River hazards mapped between Lo...

Black River hazards mapped between Lowville and Carthage

Using the talents of an environmental science major, the Tug Hill Commission was able to complete several projects this summer. Through funding from the Environmental Finance Center at Syracuse University and the River Area Council of Governments, Seth Lapp of New Bremen, an environmental science major at Goshen College, mapped hazards along the Black River and did mapping of infrastructure for several municipalities.

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