Owasco Watershed Lake Association
“Speak on behalf of the lake for she cannot speak for herself.” ~ Unknown
WE ARE OWLA (Owasco Watershed Lake Association!)
Owasco Lake provides the residents of Auburn, Cayuga County, and surrounding communities with drinking water, recreation, and wildlife habitat. For many, Owasco Lake is a place to commune with nature.
Protecting Owasco Lake is essential to the maintenance of our community character and the improvement of our economic future. The Owasco Watershed Lake Association recognizes this and has joined together to draw attention to the value and importance of Owasco Lake.
Check Out The Calendar
Don’t forget to join us on the 1st Wednesday of every month as we meet with the Board and Invited guest!
OWLA sponsored formal project sampling the lower parts of streams and tributaries flowing into Owasco Lake.
From OWLA and Partners
OWLA presents important news and information from our area!
HAB Monitoring and Testing 2018
Check out the 2018 Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) Notification Page for Owasco Lake. The OWLA volunteer team’s HAB testing and results were updated weekly.
Robert N. Brower
In 2018 we lost our friend and advocate for the lake and the environment, Bob Brower. OWLA has established an Honorarium in Bob’s name to help fund projects that were dear to him.
Please consider contributing to the fund to honor Bob’s memory.
What can you do to HELP?
Protecting Owasco Lake is essential to the maintenance of our community character and the improvement of our economic future. We encourage everyone to help the Owasco Watershed Lake Association personally and/or financially. By this commitment you will help keep Owasco Lake clean and safe.