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NPS Conference Archives - Presentations 2015

Keynote Address

  • Roadmap to Results – Trends in Watershed Planning and the National Nonpoint Source Program
  • Lynda Hall, Chief of the NPS Control Branch, EPA HQ

    General Session 1: Urban Impairment Challenges in Maine

  • The Ability of Streams to Withstand the Effects of Urbanization
  • Tom Danielson, Maine DEP

  • Five Years in on a Ten Year Plan: Adaptive Management in Action in the Long Creek Watershed
  • Tamara Lee Pinard, Cumberland County SWCD

    Concurrent Session 2.1: Watershed-Based Plan Development

  • Province Lake Watershed Management Plan: How a Rural Watershed Community Embraced Watershed Planning
  • Sally Soule, New Hampshire DES
    Linda Schier, Acton Wakefield Watersheds Alliance

  • Modeling the Effect of Local Stormwater Regulations on Future Pollutant Loads
  • James Houle, UNH Stormwater Center
    Bill Arcieri, VHB

  • Maine’s Lake Watershed-Based Protection Plans: An Alternative to Nine Element Plans
  • Wendy Garland, Maine DEP

    Concurrent Session 2.2: Stormwater BMPs

  • Volume Reduction in Systems Not Designed for Volume Reduction
  • Tom Ballestero, UNH Stormwater Center

  • Using a GIS Database for Tracking and Accounting Statewide Stormwater Improvements for Impaired Waters
  • Theresa McGovern, VHB
    Annie Bastoni, MassDOT

  • Greening the Maine Mall -- A Comprehensive Approach to Managing One of the Largest Sites in Long Creek
  • Richard Claytor, Horsley Witten Group

    General Session 3: Integrative and Adaptive Planning

  • Integrated Planning in the Exeter/Squamscott Watershed
  • Rob Roseen, Horsley Witten Group
    Renee Bourdeau, Geosyntec
    Paul Stacey, New Hampshire Fish & Game Department

  • Cost-Effective Impaired Stream Restoration: Capehart Brook, Bangor, Maine
  • Jennifer Jespersen, FB Environmental
    Laura Diemer, FB Environmental

  • Integrating Climate Change while Adapting for NPS Implementation in the Lake Champlain Basin
  • Rick Hopkins, Vermont DEC

    Concurrent Session 4.1: Watershed-Based Plan Implementation

  • Implementing a Collaborative Plan for a Watershed: The Onondaga Lake Watershed Case Study
  • Aimee Clinkhammer, NEIWPCC

  • Top 10 Lessons Learned Working on 319 Grants
  • Megan Facciolo, Hancock County SWCD

  • Thompson Lake – Long Term Community Stewardship to Protect One of Maine’s High Quality Lakes
  • Jeff Stern, Fiddlehead Environmental Consulting

    Concurrent Session 4.2: Evolving Issues, Climates, and Strategies

  • National Water Quality Initiative, Keys to Success: The Rock River Watershed in Vermont
  • Kip Potter, USDA-NRCS
    Rick Hopkins, Vermont DEC

  • Stormwater & Wastewater Infrastructure Assessment in a Changing Climate
  • Rich Niles, AMEC

  • Evolving Issues and Approaches: Addressing Bacteria Impairments in Coastal Streams
  • Forrest Bell, FB Environmental
    Kim Reed, Town of Rye (NH)

    General Session 5: Innovative Approaches to Watershed Management

  • Pass the Salt, Hold the Liability: Addressing Salt Reduction in the Private Sector
  • Eric Williams, New Hampshire DES

  • Funding Watershed Management Plans: Bangor's Stormwater Utility
  • Paul Nicklas, City of Bangor (ME)



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