UPDATE: It was originally reported that the Cayuga Lake Watershed Network would be holding lake rake seminars on Saturday, September 1. That information was incorrect.
The Cayuga Lake Watershed Network’s Hydrilla Hunters will be holding another lake rake workshop a week from Saturday.
Executive Director Hilary Lambert tells Finger Lakes News Radio you will learn how to make a lake rake from two yard rake heads.
She adds the invasive weed has been a hidden concern up until now.
The workshop will be from 10:00 am until noon on September 8 at Long Point State Park.