Scholarship

 2015 Scholarship Winners


The Keuka Lake Association is pleased to award Esther N. Wahlig Keuka Lake Watershed Scholarships to Cole Hartman from Dundee High School and Noah Schuster and Erin Siebert from Bath High School. Award recipients will each receive a one-time $1,000 scholarship to support their continued education in the area of environmental sciences, limnology and/or water quality/watershed management. The Committee reviewed several excellent candidates and is proud of each applicant’s many accomplishments.

Cole Hartman will attend Finger Lakes Community College in the fall and then plans to transfer to SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry. Cole has excelled in his studies of fisheries and wildlife and wants to further in this study and become a Fisheries Biologist.

Noah Schuster will attend SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry with plans to become an Environmental Engineer. Noah is interested in living near Keuka after graduation and with his education he hopes to make a positive impact and help maintain Keuka’s water quality and unique beauty.

Erin Siebert will attend Alfred University or Lycoming College, with plans to major in Environmental Science. Erin believes that this is an important field of study as we enter the future and notes that we need to find ways to protect the environment and all its inhabitants.

Noah Schuster, Erin Seibert & Cole Hartman



To Preserve and Protect Keuka Lake