Our Mission is to PRESERVE, PROTECT and IMPROVE Great Sodus Bay

4 Areas We Focus On

Shoreline

In order to keep integrity of Sodus Bay shoreline it is vital to maintain piers, keep reinforcing Crescent Beach and break walls that can easily be damaged by storms, waves, winds, rain… Read more about Shoreline Protection.

Wetlands

To improve the Health of Sodus Bay we need to revitalize Wetland areas at the outfalls of the six major tributaries that feed the bay and to mitigate pollutant laden sediments on the bottom of the bay. Read more about Wetlands… 

Channel

The Channel between Sodus Bay and Lake Ontario is getting shallower which prohibits some mariners from coming to our bay. It also hinders water exchange in the Bay which leads to increased weed growth.  Read more…

Invasive Species

The Great Lakes – and Sodus Bay – have been subjected to arrival of invasive species since the opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway. The biggest threat today is presented by… Read More

Recent Posts:

Understanding Plan 2014

The following video series provides an excellent description of Plan 2014. It discusses how we got here and how it’s working. It also points out how the River Board and the IJC are not following the plan the way it is written. You will find these videos to be an easy watch and will help to bring some insight and facts into the discussions of high water.

Watch the rest of the videos here: http://saveoursodus.com/understanding-plan-2014/

Part 2. This 8 minute episode shows the differences between Plan 1958DD and Plan 2014 while explaining the Higher Highs, the Lower Lows, and the Trigger levels that MUST be reached before they deviate from the plan.

Part 3. What is the The F Limit? Plan 2014 F-Limits are designed to provide “balanced” flooding upstream (Lake Ontario) and downstream (Montreal) of the Moses-Saunders dam..

Part 4. What is the The L Limit and Why is it important? Part 4 of the eLearning Series “It’s not just weather! Understanding Plan 2014” explains the “L-limit”. This is a technical presentation – please pause and review the graphs as helpful in understanding, as understanding the L-limit is critical.

Part 5. What was Known in Advance. This module explores the damning language of Plan 2014, where shoreline damage and flooding was fully expected and predicted, though grossly underestimated.

Part 6. This module focuses on The Treaty of 1909 and the legal framework supporting the implementation of Plan 2014, and questions several apparent violations that injure the riparian homeowner, shoreline municipalities and business owners.

Part 7. Frank Sciremammano’s testimony. In 2017, the New York Senate held a hearing regarding the devastating flooding of 2017, and Frank Sciremammano was called to testify.

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Flood 2019 Photos

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5 Easy Things You Can Do To Get Involved with SOS:

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Recent Photos can show what is happening in Sodus Bay. One fast and easy way to show your photos of the Bay is using Instagram. Just use #hashtags #SodusBay #SaveOurSodus #BlueGreenAlgaeSOS, and we will include those pictures in our Instagram photo feed that is frequently updated.

Sign up to receive our email with news and alerts about Sodus Bay to make sure you never miss an important meeting, cleanup, educational or fun fairs that we organize. Just fill out an quick form at the bottom of the page.

SOS organizes various events – meetings with different agencies’ representatives that formulate policies effecting Sodus Bay’s health, educational fairs, cleanup activities (like pulling out water chestnuts, etc.) and your involvement is critical. We know you want to help. Remember to get on our email list so you can. Just scroll down to the bottom of the page and fill out a quick form. We hope to see you!

Bring your suspicious water samples to the Sodus Point Village Hall, ESF will pick them up each Wednesday in season and test the sample.  Results will be shared with you.  There is an information collection form available at the drop off.

Save Our Sodus Relies On Your Support. Help us Preserve, Protect and Improve Great Sodus Bay – make a one-time or a recurring contribution to SOS. Just click on the button to DONATE NOW!

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Message From Dave McDowell, SOS President

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 Help us Preserve, Protect and Improve Great Sodus Bay – make a one-time or a recurring contribution to SOS. Just click on the button to DONATE NOW!      (Secure donations are processed through Network For Good)