Bruce Gilman, professor of environmental conservation at Finger Lakes Community College, will present findings of recent research projects on Honeoye Lake.

Bruce Gilman, professor of environmental conservation at Finger Lakes Community College, will present findings of recent research projects on Honeoye Lake during a talk at Finger Lakes Community College’s Muller Field Station on Wednesday, April 1.
Gilman will present the findings with Terry Gronwall, chairman of the Honeoye Lake Watershed Task Force.
In the summer of 2014, Gilman and Gronwall led research projects on the lake on submerged aquatic plant communities and the invasive zebra mussel population, which lake property owners said appeared to be dwindling.
The recent studies were compared with data collected from the lake in 2004, 1994 and 1984.
The talk, entitled “The Nature of Our Lake,” is at 7 p.m. at The Muller Field Station, 6455 County Road 36, Canadice.
The event is free and open to the public.
The talk is co-sponsored by FLCC and the Honeoye Valley Association. Reservations are requested by contacting Nancy Lawson at (585) 785-1257 or by email, Nancy.Lawson@flcc.edu.