Atlantic States Legal Foundation

Atlantic States Legal Foundation
Atlantic States Legal Foundation is listed in the Freight Agents & Brokers category in Syracuse, New York. Displayed below is the only current social network for Atlantic States Legal Foundation which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Atlantic States Legal Foundation on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

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658 W Onondaga St
Syracuse, NY 13204
(315) 475-1170

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Atlantic States Legal Foundation shared Citizens Campaign for the Environment's event.
Do you care about Onondaga Lake? How do you feel about it being the "most contaminated lake in the nation?" Can anything be done to make you and your family enjoy the lake and its tributaries? What sort of restoration projects would you like to see? Here's your chance to have your voice heard! Please share this event with your friends and family. We are hoping for a large turnout!
For decades, Onondaga Lake was used for industrial waste disposal and was severely polluted. The NY Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) are trying to estimate how that pollution has harmed natural resources, habitat, fish and wildlife and the people who might benefit from those resources and to identify habitat restoration, recreation and other projects that would repair or compensate for these harms. This assessment is compiled in a Draft Restoration Plan, which is open for public comment. These agencies need to hear from YOU to get the full picture of the damage caused by the pollution of Onondaga Lake and the kinds of restoration and recreation projects that might make us whole again. Come to the public hearing and share your stories with the DEC and FWS!
80 people interested

Pawpaws are blooming in our urban tree nursery on West Onondaga Street! The pawpaw (Asimina triloba), a native fruit tree, is pollinated primarily by flies that are attracted to the flower's faint "carrion-like" scent. The fruit is similar to a banana, and the pawpaw is becoming popular among foodies and native plant enthusiasts alike. Our tree nursery was established to provide stock for non-profit community and regional tree-planting projects. If you know of a project in Central New York where we could be of assistance, feel free to contact us!

Ever wonder "What's in my water?" Now you can find out!
Clean water is essential for life and among our most precious resources. While federal and state laws are supposed to protect us, we know that public and private drinking water sources are under constant threat; that crumbling water infrastructure may further contaminate water supplies; and that gov...

The contamination of Onondaga Lake--the most contaminated lake in the nation--was precedent setting (in the worst possible way). As such, the restoration should also set a precedent, and the public should be fully engaged in this process. Read the coverage of our request to extend the public input process so we can all take part. We encourage you to submit a letter of your own!
No public hearing has been held on the damages restoration plan

Tonight!!! 7:30-9pm, Sierra Club President Aaron Mair will be speaking here in Syracuse! University United Methodist Church, 1085 East Genesee St., Syracuse, NY. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to meet a national environmental leader.
photo by Josh DeWareWednesday, May 24, 2016, 7:30 - 9:00 PM