The Citizens Statewide Lake Assessment Program (CSLAP) is a volunteer lake monitoring program run by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) and the NYS Federation of Lake Associations, Inc. (NYSFOLA). It was initiated in 1985 and was modeled after successful volunteer programs in Vermont, Maine, Illinois and Minnesota. Each participating lake association is a member of NYSFOLA, a not-for-profit coalition of lake associations and others interested in lake management. NYSFOLA was founded in 1983 and presently serves over 200 lake associations as well as individual and corporate members.
Here are CSLAP reports for the last 10 years.
FX Brown Reports and lake monitoring reports from SUNY Geneseo and Perry H.S. Additional monitoring information can be found on the Perry H.S. lake monitoring program site: New site under construction
Under the guidance of Todd Schuskey, the students monitor lake health by analyzing samples of the lake bottom, water and plant life. Go here to view the results: https://bit.ly/SilverLakeHealth2020
Rreports from our water Quality Team