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FLLT Conservation Update - Western Finger Lakes (Canandaigua and West) - Shared screen with speaker view
Lynn Klotz
48:16
Can you talk a little bit more about the farmland protection?
Joshua Murphy
48:46
I have noticed a disappearance of pearl muscles in honeoye, is there any work being done around this, or explanation? I understand they still live in nearby tributaries.
Pete Schwartz
49:42
any effort to reduce Canada geese?
Scott Forsyth
49:45
are you going to do anything to protect your properties against gypsy moths?
Joel Pasternack
50:16
Is it known if the decrease in birds is related to decrease in fish which serve as food?
Sally Napolitano
50:16
Is the FLLT concerned about drinking water?
Sonya Carnevale
50:29
if we create vernal pools, wetlands and retention ponds in agricultural areas, do we need to worry about HABs occurring within them and the effect of HABs on wildlife using them?
Ted Coffey
52:33
how do you work with municipalities who benefit from development and only see your efforts as taking property off their tax rolls
Marty & Cathy Gardner
54:14
Is there a feasible means for those lakeshore owners with developed but substantial amounts of frontage to conserve properties so the built footprint cannot be expanded, thus maintaining some open frontage and thereby areas to better filter runoff and protect the lakes?
Nick Kelly
54:17
Are you seeing local government shift their perspectives regarding development and preservation? For example, are you seeing local jurisdictions pursuing regulations to limit overdevelopment in prime natural resources areas through concepts such as Transferable Development Rights?
Susan Bechler
01:02:36
I have an interest in the rehab of some of our traditional villages, and that "old houses" be seen as more desirable. Any thoughts
Lynn Klotz
01:02:59
Excellent; thank you!
Nick Kelly
01:03:05
Thank you. Great presentation!