New book on the Hemlock & Canadice Lakes Watershed issue: If you have been following the major environmental story of the year about the possible sale of the Canadice/Hemlock Lakes watershed that the city of Rochester now owns, this new book offers some suggestions and some great photographs about this area. I don’t usually promote local environmental books, except when someone has taken the trouble to research and explain a specific Rochester-area environmental concern.
HEMLOCK and CANADICE LAKES "Kent Divers, photographer and Gloria Betlem, artist were married on the shores of Hemlock lake sixteen years ago. Now they have published their first book of images of Hemlock and Canadice, the lakes they hope will remain the pristine gems that they are Also, The book(s) will be shipped promptly, and proceeds from sales will help defray the costs of presenting copies to the decision makers in the fate of the lakes (Mayor Duffy, and City Council members) to give them a glimpse of what is at stake. Tax deductible donations towards this purpose can be sent to: Center For Environmental Information 55 St. Paul St. Rochester, NY 14604 payable to: Coalition for Hemlock and Canadice Lakes"