Stonefly Expert Defends Another New York Creek

January 29, 2009 By: Marshall Cutchin

Member of the International Society of Plecopterists. That’s one title that author, journalist and conservationist Robert H. Boyle seems to take most seriously. It’s a perfect fit, given that stoneflies require highly oxygenated water (midges are much more tolerant), the kind that power companies and developers often take for granted and the kind that Boyle has spent decades helping to protect. This morning Morgan Lyle describes Boyle’s latest effort to stop the misuse of free-flowing water, this time in the communities surrounding West Canada Creek in central New York state.
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