Lake Ononodoga Clean Up

A “Finger Lake,” Lake Onondoga by Syracuse used to be the most polluted lake in North America. Maybe it still is. They’re cleaning it out now. It’s beautiful water, and should be one of the best things about Syracuse. As a result of neglect, the resource has been for the most part neglected over the years. The Deptartment of Religion faculty at SU always has its start of the year graduate student welcome at a park situated on the northern shore looking south towards town. The clean up construction was shot from the west side of the lake on the way over to the New York Sate Fairgrounds. I like the light industrial sight of the clean-up site.

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Zachary Braiterman is Professor of Religion in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University. His specialization is modern Jewish thought and philosophical aesthetics.
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