Appendix B: NCW Team Members

Active or historic members of the North Coastal Watersheds Team 2002-2004. Active members are bolded.

 

Last Name

First Name

Organization

Barber

Judy

DEP Municipal Assistance Program

Blair

James

DEP/DWM Monitoring Coordinator

Blanchard

William

EOEA & MDAR (DFA)

Cademortori

Emilie

8 Towns and the Bay

Cassotis

Rebecca

Project Assistant, North Coastal Watersheds Team EOEA

Chase

Bradford

DFWELE (DFG) Division of Marine Fisheries

Cleaves

Sam

Regional Planner, Metropolitan Area Planning Commission

Comeau

James

DCR (MDC) Right of Way Agent

Cooper

Andrea

MA CZM North Shore

Davis

Rebecca

Wakefield Conservation Agent

Dawe

Richard

Lynn Water and Sewer Commission

Della Pena

Craig

Rails to Trails

Delpapa

Cindy

DFG Riverways Program

Dunn

Cynthia

Salem Sound Coastwatch

Ferris

David

MA Division of Water Pollution Control

Fortier

Scott

EOEA Office of Technical Assistance

Galazka

Marzie

Planner, City of Everett

Gil

Lawrence

Former North Coastal Watersheds Team Leader (EOEA)

Glenn

Kathryn

CZM North Shore Regional Office and SRWC

Gough

Rob

Salem Sound Coastwatch

Hall

Andrew

Lynn Water and Sewer Commission

Harris

Annie

Essex County Heritage District

Heath

Doug

Friends of Lake Quannapowitt

Hill

Michael

EPA, Region I NCW liaison

Hopkins Young

Karen

Salem Sound Coastwatch

Hutchins

Eric

National Marine Fisheries Service

Inglefinger

Franz

TTOR regional ecologist

Johnson

David

Chief Environmental Officer, GE Aircraft Engines, Lynn

Johnston

Patrick

Everett Police Marine Unit

LeBlanc

Joan

Program Director, SRWC

Marler

Linda

Geologist, DCR (DEM)

Marx

Lise

MWRA

McQueen

Mark

National Resource Conservation Service, USDA

Mieta

Bob

Lakes and Ponds program

Millhouse

Christine

Environmental Engineer, City of Gloucester

OConnell

Nathanial

MET

Pahlavan

Dominique

Mass GIS and EOEA

Phippen

Peter

8 Towns and the Bay

Port

Andy

Dept. of Community Dev. and Planning City of Peabody

Purinton

Tim

Massachusetts Audubon Society North Shore Chapter

Rasmussen

Christine

Ward 5 Councilor, City of Gloucester,
and
Essex County Buy Local project manager

Richards

Todd

DFWELE fish counts

Smith

Timothy

Circuit Rider, Wetlands Banking and Restoration Program

Sorenson

Elizabeth

DCR (DEM) ACEC Program Coordinator

Straub

James

DCR (DEM) Lakes and Ponds Program

Stringi

Frank

Planner, City of Revere

Warren

Barbara

Salem Sound Coastwatch

Watson

Gregory

Planner, City of Malden

Wollenhaupt

Rosalia

DEP/NERO, North Shore Grant Coordinator

Wrynn

Kathy

President, Saugus River Watershed Council

 


Community Groups

The following list of community groups were contacted during the course of writing this Action Plan. Website references are included where available. Groups that are not included on the Watershed Team Member list above should be considered potential Team Members for the future.

 

Community Group

Web site

Chebacco Lake Association

David Lash, president;
David Kerr, former president

Coastal Zone Management
North Shore Regional Office

http://www.state.ma.us/czm/NS.HTM

Eight Towns and the Bay

http://www.8tb.org/

Essex County Buy Local Program

http://www.buyfresh.org

Essex County Greenbelt Association

http://www.ecga.org/

Friends of Lake Quannapowitt

http://www.wakefield.org/folq/folq.htm

Friends of Lynn Woods

http://www.flw.org/

HealthLink
North Shore Citizens Environmental Group

http://www.healthlink.org/

Ipswich River Watershed Association

http://www.ipswichriver.org/

Massachusetts Audubon Society

http://www.massaudubon.org/index.php

Nahant SWIM, Inc.

http://www.nahant.org/community/swim.shtml

National Marine Fisheries Service
Northeast Regional Office

http://www.nero.noaa.gov/ro/doc/nero.htm

Salem Sound Coastwatch

http://www.salemsound.org/

Saugus Iron Works
National Park
Service Historic Site

http://www.nps.gov/sair/

Saugus River Watershed Council

http://www.saugusriver.org/

The Trustees of Reservations
Northeast Massachusetts Region

http://www.thetrustees.org

Wenham Lake Watershed Association

http://www.wlwa.org/templates/homepage.cfm

 

 


Primary Watershed Team Contact Groups

The Saugus River Watershed Council is a non-profit organization founded in 1991 to protect the natural resources of the watershed. Their priorities include restoring water quality, expanding public access, restoring habitat for anadromous fish and other wildlife, and protecting critical resources such as Rumney Marsh.

The council works with schools in Lynn, Revere, Wakefield and Saugus for watershed field studies. They also organize volunteers for river cleanups, conduct water quality testing programs, organize interpretive walks and educational exhibits, work with other organizations and various other activities to enhance and protect the Saugus River Watershed.

 

SRWC Email: srw@shore.net

PO Box 1092 Website: www.saugusriver.org

Saugus, MA 01906 Executive Director: Joan LeBlanc

Salem Sound Coastwatch (formerly Salem Sound 2000) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit coastal watershed association that works in partnership with local governments, businesses and non-profit organizations from the communities of Peabody, Marblehead, Salem, Danvers and Beverly. Established in 1991, Salem Sound Coastwatch is dedicated to taking cooperative action to protect and enhance the environmental quality of Salem Sound. Their top priorities are to protect public health, restore coastal wildlife habitat, and increase recreational and sustainable commercial opportunities. They generate vast amounts of water quality data, work to educate and promote active participation of all stakeholders, and support local governments in a number of ways.

 

Salem Sound Coastwatch info@salemsound.org

201 Washington Street www.salemsound.org

Salem, MA

978-741-7900

Eight Towns and the Bay (8T&B) is a coalition of nine communities located along Ipswich Bay. The coalition includes educators, state and local officials, nonprofit organizations, and interested citizens who are concerned with protecting and restoring the areas coastal environment. 8T&B works with communities and the general public to foster stewardship of coastal resources by heightening public awareness of solutions to pollution problems, providing technical assistance, and supporting local research and education projects. 8T&B is sponsored by the Merrimack Valley Planning Commission and the Massachusetts Bays Program.

 

Merrimac Valley Planning Commission 978-374-0519

160 Main Street info@mvpc.org

Haverhill, MA 01830 www.thecompass.org/8TB/

The Nahant Bay/Broad Sound Subgroup, part of the Metro Boston Local Governance Committee, covers the communities of Lynn, Nahant, Revere, Saugus and Swampscott. The members of this group work to implement the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan - the guidance document of the Massachusetts Bays Program. The Nahant Bay/Broad Sound Subgroup meets bi-monthly, and works closely with local officials, citizens, nonprofit groups and state agencies. Some of the projects they are currently working on are a water quality assessment of Flax Pond in Lynn and a storm drain stenciling project in Lynn as well.

 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council Technical Assistant/Environmental Planner: Sam Cleaves

60 Temple Place, 6th Floor scleaves@mapc.org

Boston, MA 02111 www.state.ma.us/massbays/metroboston.html

617-451-2770 ext. 2061

 

The Essex County Conservation District sponsors the Essex County Buy Local Program and other farm-related programs.

 

Essex Conservation District Project manager: Christine Rasmussen

P.O. Box 346 christine@ward5.com

Hawthorne, MA





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