Update on the Ongoing Advocacy of Blind Bay

Presented by Jake Tibbles, Phil Reed and Rick Gregware.

To view the Update on the Ongoing Advocacy of Blind Bay that occurred at Save The River’s 35th Annual Winter Environmental Conference, use this link: https://youtu.be/qZ8s95pXUZo?si=TZP3URvCGJFlgzx3

To view last year’s presentation on Save Blind Bay, use this link: https://youtu.be/h-xOc5Db4lg?si=sXlluaqri93G4agy

To view Save Blind Bay: An Environmental Treasure by Emma French, use this link: https://youtu.be/rXU_8XMSa18?si=xc369Nc3rALuVYyJ

Featured photo by Chris Murray

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Governor Hochul backs Blind Bay

By Jeff Cole, Channel 7 on February 6, 2024 TOWN OF ORLEANS, New York (WWNY) – Add Governor Hochul to the list of people who don’t want Blind Bay to be developed. It’s a major voice to be speaking out for local people who are

Hochul urges rethinking of Blind Bay border facility

By Alex Gault, Watertown Daily Times on February 7, 2024 FISHERS LANDING — Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul doesn’t want to see a Customs and Border Protection station built on Blind Bay in the Thousand Islands. Hochul has added her voice to those of local residents,