There are many ways homeowners can manage and prevent erosion and runoff on their property. Water quality concerns can be addressed along shorelines and streambanks, and across lawns leading to the lake. Learn about tips and resources for landscaping shorelines to prevent erosion and protect water quality.
Camille Marcotte is the Water and Ecology Educator for Cornell Cooperative Extension Onondaga County working on the Skaneateles Lake Watershed Education Program. Camille has a B.S. in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Environmental Communication, Culture and Writing from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and an M.S. in Natural Resources from the University of Vermont. She was formerly a Community Environmental Educator with CCE Dutchess County where she provided education on stormwater management, climate resiliency, land use planning, energy efficiency, waste management, and more to stakeholders throughout the Hudson Valley. She also worked as an Education Intern at Sloop Clearwater, delivering curriculum focused on the Hudson River and its ecology. Camille is an experienced environmental science communicator with a history of working with stakeholders to improve the sustainability of their communities.