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Partners - State Agencies

VT Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Environmental Conservation
Neil Kamman, Program Manager
Jim Kellogg, LaRosa Partnership
Watershed Coordinators
Karen Bates (Winooski River and northern Lake Champlain)
Marie Caduto (West, Williams, Saxtons, Ottauquechee, Black, Deerfield and the Lower Connecticut)
Ben Copans (Passumpsic, Upper Connecticut, and Lake Memphremagog)
Danielle Owczarski (Lamoille, Ompompanoosuc, Stevens, Waits, Wells, and White River)
Ethan Swift (Poultney-Mettowee and Otter Creek, Batenkill-Hoosic-Walloomsac)

Clean Water Initiative Program and Ecosystem Restoration Program  [Hover for more info]
Kari Dolan, Program Manager
Rick Hopkins, planning and grant programs for nonpoint source pollution
Michaela Sitckney; liaison to the Lake Champlain Basin Program and VTrans Better Backroads Program.

Vermont Rivers Program [Hover for more info]
Mike Kline, Program Manager
Rob Evans, River Corridor & Floodplain Manager
Shayne Jaquith, River Scientist (roads)
Ned Swanberg, Mapping and Planning Coordinator.
Regional River Scientists

Vermont Lakes & Ponds Program. [Hover for more info]
Perry Thomas, Program Manager
Bethany Sargent, Volunteer Monitoring Coordinator.
VT ECO AmeriCorps
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Contact Reuben Allen, Program Coordinator or Carey Hengstenberg, Program Director, (802) 595-1632. 

VT Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Fish and Wildlife

Rich Kirn, Fisheries Biologist, 3902 Roxbury Road, Roxbury, VT 05669, 802-485-7566.

VT Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation

Forest Watershed Program [Hover for more info]
Gary Sabourin, Watershed Forester.

VT Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets
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Michael Middleman, Water Quality Partner Liaison, 802-828-5362.

VT Agency of Transportation

Better Back Roads Program [Hover for more info]
Alan May, Agency of Transportation, Environmental Section, 1 National Life Drive, Montpelier, VT 05633, office 802-828-6502, mobile 802-828-4585.

CT River Joint Commissions [Hover for more info]

The CRJC's mission is to preserve and protect the visual and ecological integrity and sustainable working landscape of the Connecticut River Valley, and to guide its growth and development through grassroots leadership. For information, contact Pat Crocker for the CRJC Executive Committee.

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