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Town of Sullivan Weather Cam - Chittenango, NY  
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Walleye begin their spawning journey up Scriba Creek to the hatchery in Constantia, NY.
Posted April 12, 2019. Video provided by Erika Stoddard

What's New?

2019 OLA Spring Bulletin

OLA Annual Spring Meeting 2019

Oneida Lake Update - Spring 2019

Fish Cultural Station 2019

Cormorant Management 2019

Communicating with the Coast Guard 2019

The Oneida Lake Association (OLA) was founded in 1945 to protect, restore and preserve the natural resources of Oneida Lake and its surrounding ecosystem. The OLA has evolved from what was once perceived as a fishing association to what has today become a powerful environmental partnership group. The OLA represents its 2,500+ members in legislative and environmental issues which impact Oneida Lake.

The Oneida Lake Association achieves its political strength from its highly valued Membership, without whom most of its efforts would be severely diminished. Have a look at the benefits of membership in the OLA, and what it has to offer you. After all, it's your lake--why not help to preserve it?

We would like to thank the following people for contributing their photos for use on the site: Tammie Ehrhart, Diane Bish, Gary Johnson, Kate Chick Anyon, Kathleen Redden, Ken Lynch, Margie Hastings, Mary Kinne, Maureen Dunn Campbell, Phil Johnson, Ray Kubacki, Susan Campbell, Tom Balfe, Lawrence Van Garrett and Robert Chisholm. Thank you!


Mailing address: Oneida Lake Association, PO Box 3536 Syracuse, NY 13220-3536

1945 - 2019 Oneida Lake Association
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