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Delta Environmental supports water ecology in the Genesee, Lake Ontario and Finger Lakes Watershed through education and awareness. Since 1971, Delta Environmental provides environmental education with hands-on programs for K-12 students and the larger community on water resources and quality. Our outdoor field trips and in-school activities allow students opportunities for actively supporting the care of our water resources.

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Field Trip Support, Stream Testing, Presentations, and Community Events

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Seneca Park Zoo inspires our community to connect, care for, and conserve wildlife and wild places as well as be a national leader in education and conservation action for species survival.

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We host camps, classes, and ZooMobiles dedicated to aqautic eduaction as well as species survival and local ecology.

See Seneca Park Zoo for more information.


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New York's Great Lakes Ecosystem Education Exchange (NYGLEEE) is a program administered by New York Sea Grant and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, partnering with educators in New York's Great Lakes watershed to develop an experiential environmental education program that promotes the next generation of environmentally literate, stewardship minded citizens and environmental professionals in NY's Great Lakes watershed.

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April 14th- Great Lakes Model Educator Networking Workshop at Hansen Nature Center

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At St. John Fisher College, faculty across the college work with community organizations on service learning projects that link course in biology, chemistry, political science, ethics, sustainability and others to pressing community issues like aquatic ecosystem stewardship.

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Current opportunities:
Service Learning Partnerships in chemistry, biology, sustainability
Undergraduate research

See the Center for Sustainability for contact information at



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The Environmental Science program at RIT is where love of nature meets cutting- edge research to create a sustainable future for our planet. Our faculty and students are involved in education, research and community engagement to increase our understanding of the world around us and the complex environmental problems our society faces, and to develop innovative solutions.

RIT faculty and students engage in community based research and stewardship activities across the region. Current activities include urban ecology, ecosystem restoration, development of pollinator gardens, evaluation of green infrastructure practices, and outreach about water quality and invasive species.