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John Blake, from the CCSW ...
John Blake, from the CCSW Board of Supervisors praised the project and recommended it for a Davis grant, as did Wendy Garland, with the DEP Division of Watershed Management.
Annual Lake Monitoring Conference | Maine Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program
- Monitoring the Health of Your Lake from a Watershed Perspective: The Role of Volunteer Monitors in Conducting Lake Watershed Surveys; Wendy Garland, Maine DEP
has worked for the past 12 years in the Watershed Management Unit with the Maine DEP's
Division of Environmental Assessment.
provides technical assistance and support to communities and municipalities interested in protecting their local water resources.
Before coming to Maine, she
also worked for several public agencies and local watershed groups in Wisconsin and Oregon.
She holds a M.S. in Water Resources Management from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.S. in Biology from Tufts University.
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For the Moose Pond survey, Heather True, project manager of CCSWCD, and Wendy Garland, grant administrator for Maine Department of Environmental Protection (Maine DEP), conducted the training in early May.
I was disappointed in Ray Clark's coverage of the presentation made by Wendy Garland of the DEP to the Town Council and Town Manager of Gray in reference to sedimentation and erosion affecting the water quality of Little Sebago.
annual meeting minutes
Wendy Garland, the Lakesmart representative with the Watershed Management Division offered to evaluate properties to see if it meets the criteria for Lakesmart recognition, as well as offer advice on how to make your waterfront a Lakesmart property.
Sixteen property owners on West Pond and Long Pond
have received recognition for their Lakesmart
spoke about a new program that will offer native plants at wholesale rates for shore owners to purchase