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The Society of Soil Scientists of Southern New England is pleased to present a listing of its members who meet specific qualification standards in the field of soil science.  We believe that this Registry of Soil Scientists will help in answering private and public demands for professional soil science assistance in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.  Although persons listed in this Registry meet specific requirements, the Society is not responsible for quality or costs involved in work performance. 

The purpose of the Society Registry is to identify trained and qualified soil scientists, to foster and maintain professional competency, and to protect the public interest in the area of responsible use of soil and land resources.  Standards for the Registry are based on formal education in soil science and on field, research and teaching experience primarily as they relate to soil classification, mapping and interpretation.  The Society recognizes soil scientists in the private, municipal, state, and federal sectors.

This Registry includes current Professional and Basic Members of the Society of Soil Scientists of Southern New England.  The Board of Directors determines the qualification and rules on the enrollment of each member.

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Kathy A. Alexander* – State Employee 
BS Natural Resources (Soil Science), University of Rhode Island. Experience: Two years with USDA Soil Conservation Service compiling soil maps for publication. Environmental Analyst since 1982 with the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), Solid Waste Division. Since 1988, Composting & Organics Recycling Specialist, CT DEEP Recycling Program. Presently: Retired

Mark W. Alexander – State Employee 
BS Natural Resources (Soil Science), University of Rhode Island. Experience: Over twenty-five years in wetland boundary delineation and on-site determinations of soil suitability for subsurface waste disposal in Connecticut and Rhode Island. Transportation Planner since 1985 with the CT DOT. Presently: Since 2010, Assistant Director, Office of Environmental Planning, Connecticut Department of Transportation (860) 594-2931. 2800 Berlin Turnpike, Newington, CT 06131-7546.

Christopher P. Allan – Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Biology, University of Bridgeport; MS Environmental Science, Yale University. Graduate soil science courses, University of Massachusetts. Experience: Environmental Consultant and Professional Wetland Scientist. Presently: Since 1982, Senior Associate, LandTech Consultants Inc., specializing in wetland delineations, environmental evaluations, permitting, wetland restoration and creation, erosion and sediment control planning and design, on-site sewage disposal system evaluation, and third party reviews. (203) 405-6361. 518 Riverside Ave. Westport, CT 06880. e-mail: cpallan@landtechconsult.com

Arthur Allen – Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Natural Resource Studies, University of Massachusetts. New England Regional Soil Science Certificate, Univ. of New Hampshire. CPSSc #22529 (ARCPACS), Certified Wetland Scientist #19 (NH), Certified Erosion, Sediment & Stormwater Inspector #965. Experience: Soil Scientist, Harvard Forest, Massachusetts, and Soil Scientist, USDA-NRCS, Franklin County, Massachusetts. Presently: Since 1995, Vice President/Soil and Environmental Scientist, EcoTec, Inc. (508) 752-9666 ext. 24 102 Grove Street, Worcester, MA 01605 email: aallen@ecotecinc.com website: www.ecotecinc.com

David Askew – Consulting Firm Employee
B.S. Environmental Science, Concordia College. Graduate soil science courses, University of Massachusetts, CPESC #2182. Experience: Thirty years performing wetland delineation and evaluation, erosion and sediment control, and natural resource assessment. Presently: Senior Project Manager. Fuss & O’Neill Inc., Manchester, CT. daskew@fando.com

Amanda Atwell – Consulting Firm Employee
BS Environmental Science, University of Florida; MS Soil Science, Virginia Tech, CPSS 34308 (ARCPACS). Wetland and soil scientist since 2003, including 6 months as a soil survey consultant for Ontario County New York. Presently: Project Scientist, Epsilon Associates, Inc. specializing in permitting, EIS/EIR preparation, hydric soil and wetland delineation, environmental monitoring, wildlife habitat assessments, and wetland mitigation and restoration. (987) 897-7100. 3 Clock Tower Place, Suite 250, Maynard, MA 01754. email: aatwell@epsilonassociates.com

Philip Angell* - Self Employed
BSE Environmental Geography and MS Soil Science, University of Massachusetts 2004, subaqueous soil concentration. angell_phil@yahoo.com (781) 775 5132.

Albert N. Averill, Jr. – Federal Employee 
BS Resource Development (Soil Science), University of Rhode Island. Soil Science Institute, Texas A&M University. CPSSc/CPSC #2706 (ARCPACS). Since 1980; Soil Scientist USDA - NRCS in New York and Massachusetts including positions as Soil Survey Project Leader and Soil Data Quality Specialist for the glaciated northeast. Presently, State Soil Scientist for Massachusetts and Vermont, USDA-NRCS, 451 West Street, Amherst, MA 01002-2995. (413) 253-4382. e-mail: al.averill@ma.usda.gov

 

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Bruce Baber*
BS: Springfield College (Biology), Certificate: New England Regional Soil Science Program. Consulting Environmental Planner since 1996. Professional Wetland Scientist (Society of Wetland Scientists), Certified Ecologist (Ecological Society of America). Principal: Cornerstone Associates, 1770 Central Street, Yorktown Heights, New York 10598.

Katie Bednaz – Private Consultant 
A Professional Wetland Scientist #1906 and Registered Soil Scientist with a BS in Environmental Sciences, minoring in Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation and currently completing MS in Plan and Soil Sciences, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Experience since 2001 specializing in wetland delineation, mitigation and restoration plans, municipal 3rd party review, and sedimentation and erosion control specification. Former Wetlands Agent for CT municipalities and MA Conservation Commission member. Presently: Private Consultant, Freshwater Wetland Services, 2 Collins Street, Westfield, MA 01085, (413) 695-2195, email: freshwaterwetland@gmail.com

Ian Broadwater-Consulting Firm Employee
BS in Plant and Soil Science, University of Maine: Over 28 years of experience in environmental evaluation and consulting. Areas of expertise are wetland science and soil evaluation. Certified Wetland Scientist-NH/Certified Soil Scientist-ME. Senior Scientist with Normandeau Associates, Inc. since 2008: Conduct wetland delineation, soil surveys, and permit preparation and consulting for a variety of clients including large commercial enitites, residential developers and property owners. Designed or co-designed over 150 acres of created, restored, or enhanced wetland and also has significant experience in stream and river restoration.Tel (207) 518-6765, Normandeau Associates, Inc., 8 Fundy Road, Falmouth, ME, 04105. ibroadwater@normandeau.com

Martin Brogie *, LEP - Independent Consultant
B.S. University of Connecticut 1990 - Natural Resource Management and Engineering. Over 27 years of experience in environmental assessment, restoration and remediation consulting. Completes wetland delineations, habitat evaluations, mitigation plans, impact assessments and permitting for residential, commercial, industrial and utility clients. Has completed local inland wetland permitting, Federal Army Corps Permitting, and Connecticut Coastal Wetland Permitting. Often integrates wetland science and permitting with site soil and groundwater remediation and building demolition projects along wetlands and waterways to facilitate re-development. Martin Brogie, Inc. 28 Arbor Lane Madison, CT 06443. Martinbrogieinc@gmail.com 860-208-0360

William C. Bugess* - Consulting Firm Employee
BS Environmental Science and Management, University of Rhode Island. Experience: Four years Soil Conservationist with the USDA-NRCS in CT, ME, and NH. Presently: Since 2013, Project Scientist, HRP Associates Inc., specializing in environmental site assessment, soil and groundwater investigation, site remediation, wetland delineation, and permitting. (203)380-1395; bill.burgess@hrpassociates.com; 999 Oronoque Lane, 2nd Floor, Stratford, CT 06614.

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Shawn E. Callaghan - Consulting Firm Employee
B.S. Natural Resources, University of Connecticut; M.A. Sustainable Landscape Planning and Design, Conway School of Landscape Design Since 1999, specializing in wetland habitat restoration; wetland delineation, assessment, permitting, and mitigation; wildlife, vernal pool, vegetation and protected species surveys; stormwater permitting; biological assessments for threatened and endangered species; and environmental documentation. He is a Certified Professional in Low Impact Development (LID) and currently Project Manager/Associate at Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc. (860) 256-4918, 416 Asylum St., Hartford, CT 06013. Email: scallaghan@fhiplan.com

Martina A. Castanho – Private Consultant
BS Natural Resources, University of Rhode Island. CT LEP #236, Certified Professional Soil Scientist #2302. Experience: Soil Scientist since 1978, Five years Soil Scientist and Soil Conservationist, USDA-NRCS. Three years Environmental Scientist, US EPA. Soil Scientist with SES, Inc. since 1987. Available for soil investigations, wetland delineations, Phase I, II, III Environmental Assessments, soil and water sampling, contaminated site remediation, and permeability testing. DBE Firm. (860) 739-6691 Soil & Environmental Services, Inc., 61 Plants Dam Road, East Lyme, CT 06333 e-mail: soilinc@gmail.com

Ian Cole - Private Consultant
BS Environmental Science and Management, University of Rhode Island; Professional Wetland Scientist #2006; Soil and Wetland Scientist available for Local, State and Army Corps of Engineers wetland delineations, soil investigations, vegetative and wildlife inventories, RTE consultation, vernal pool surveys, mitigation/ restoration, and permit preparation. (860) 514-5642, 51 Training Hill Road, Middletown, CT 06457, email:itcole@gmail.com

Kasie Collins- Private Consultant
B.S. Biology, SUNY Geneseo; M.S. Environmental Conservation in Wetlands, Watersheds, and Water, UMass Amherst. Professional Wetland Scientist #2626. Experience in soil science and wetlands since 2009, specializing in GIS mapping, hydric soils, vernal pools, wetland delineation, evaluation and assessment, local, state and federal permitting. Presently with GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. Phone: 413-726-2132. 1350 Main Street, Suite 1400, Springfield, MA 01103

David O. Cook* - Private Consultant 
BA in Geology, Hamilton College; Ph.D. in Geology, University of Southern California; soil science courses, University of Connecticut. Connecticut Licensed Environmental Professional #122. Thirty-seven years experience in geology and environmental science. Presently: President of Geoscience Technical Services Inc. since 1989, (860) 434-3144, P.O. Box 1036, Lyme, CT 06371. e-mail: d.cook@geosciencetechsvc.com

Christie Coon – Private Consultant 
BA Environmental Science, State University of New York at Purchase; MES Water Resources, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Certified Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS #2537). Experience: Thirty-two years in the inland/tidal wetland field, ten as Senior Environmental Officer, Norwalk, CT. Since 2003: Principal Soil Scientist, Wetland Resource LLC, specializing in CT inland wetland and tidal delineation, and environmental consulting. (203) 661-3220. P.O. Box 7520, Greenwich, CT 06836 e-mail: christie.coon@gmail.com, web: www.wetlandresource.com

Douglas E. Cooper – Private Consultant 
BS Geology and MS Agronomy, University of Connecticut. Experience: Forty years experience in wastewater treatment, subsurface sewage disposal and wetlands management. Work experience includes local, regional and state agencies. Presently: Principal Earth Scientist, Cooper Environmental Services, LLC, specializing in wetlands, subsurface sewage disposal, site assessment, and soil evaluation (508) 627-9586. 33 Old Dunham’s Corner Way, Edgartown, MA 02539. e-mail: coopenv@comcast.net web: www.cooper-environmental.com

James R. Cowen* – Private Consultant 
BA Biology, University of California at San Diego; MA Landscape Design, Conway School of Landscape Design. Graduate studies in soil science, University of Massachusetts. Presently: Since 1995, Wetland Scientist specializing in wetland delineation (including Army Corps), soil mapping, functional evaluation, wetland restoration, mitigation design and botanical surveys (860) 535-0625. 138 Mystic Road, North Stonington, CT 06359 e-mail: jrcowen@comcast.net

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Steven J. Danzer - Private Consultant 
PhD Natural Resources, Univ. of Arizona. BS Animal Sciences, Cornell Univ. Certified Professional Wetland Scientist and CT Licensed Arborist. In Natural Resources field since 1992, including nine years for the CT towns of Greenwich and Stratford. Since 2000, principal of Steven Danzer PhD & Associates LLC, available for wetland surveys, delineation and studies, environmental impact analysis, expert testimony, municipal review, and arboricultural consulting. 16 Oxford Court, Stamford CT 06902 Danzer@CTWetlandsConsulting.com, www.CTWetlandsConsulting.com (203) 451-8319

Gillian T. Davies - Consulting Firm Employee 
BA, Williams College; MES Ecosystem Ecology, Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Completed New England Regional Soil Science Certificate Program, Professional Wetland Scientist #2181 (Society of Wetland Scientists), New Hampshire Certified Wetland Scientist #71. CESSWI. Experience: Have worked as a Wetlands and/or Soils Scientist since 2001, with four years (1999 - 2003) as a Wetlands Circuit Rider, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection and the rest as a consultant. Presently: Senior Wetland Scientist, BSC Group, Inc., specializing in permitting, hydric soil and wetland delineation, climate change adaptation, impact analysis, and wetland mitigation and restoration (617) 896-4524. 33 Waldo Street, Worcester, MA 01608 e-mail: gdavies@bscgroup.com

Paul G. Davis* – Consulting Firm Employee 
PhD Biological Sciences, University of Rhode Island. Post graduate soil science study, University of Massachusetts. Board of Directors and Visiting Professor of Environmental Studies, American University of the Caribbean. CPSSc #24837 (ARCPACS), Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS #356) Experience: Twenty five years as wetlands and aquatic scientist. Four years Advisor to US Congress and NOAA. Six years Research Scientist on aquatic pollution. Presently: Principal Environmental Scientist, GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc., specializing in wetland delineation, assessment, mitigation, and permit applications. (413) 726-2100. 1350 Main Street, Suite 1400, Springfield, MA 01103 e-mail: paul.davis@gza.com

Eric Davison* - Private Consultant
BS Wildlife Management, University of Massachusetts. Completed New England Regional Soil Science Certificate Program in 1998. Presently the owner of Davison Environmental, LLC. Services include wetland delineation and soil mapping, breeding bird surveys, herpetological surveys, land management planning, wildlife habitat inventory and management, wetland impact assessments, GIS-based natural resource analysis and state and federal permitting support. Web: www.davisonenvironmental.com. Phone: (860) 803-0938. Address 10 Maple Street, Chester, CT. E-mail: eric@davisonenvironmental.com

Matthew Davison – Private Consultant 
BS Forestry, University of Massachusetts, New England Regional Soil Science Certificate Program, University of Massachusetts and University of Connecticut. Since 2001 specializing in wetland delineation & evaluation, soil mapping, local, state and federal permitting. Presently: Davison Environmental, LLC. Contact: (860) 836-6576. 1206 Durham Road, Guilford,
CT 06437. matt@davisonenvironmental.com

Kenneth A. Deshais – Consulting Firm Employee
BS Wildlife Management, BS Environmental Sciences, and MS Soil Science, University of Massachusetts. CPSSc #15285 (ARCPACS). Presently: Since 1994, Environmental Scientist, Tetra Tech, responsible for soil and wetland investigations, wetland replication/restoration design, erosion control specification, wildlife habitat evaluations, and environmental impact analysis and permitting (508) 786-2210 e-mail: ken.deshais@tetratech.com

Matthew L. Devlin* - Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Resource Development (Environmental Management), University of Rhode Island. Experience: Since 1997 specializing in wetland delineation, mitigation, functional assessment, permitting, and hydric soil evaluation. NPDES Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) preparation and sedimentation and erosion control inspections. Wildlife habitat and vernal pool assessments. Presently: Senior Wetland Scientist, AECOM Environment (978)-905-2355. 250 Apollo Drive, Chelmsford, MA 01824. email: matt.devlin@aecom.com

Steven P Dumas* – Private Consultant
BS Environmental Earth Science, Eastern Connecticut State University. Graduate soil science courses, University of Massachusetts and the University of Connecticut. Presently: Since 2003, owner of SPD Environmental Services specializing in wetland delineations and wetland impact studies, hazardous waste investigations and building demolition/renovation asbestos surveys – Office (860) 455-2030 Cellular – (860) 208-1010. 50 North Bedlam Road Chaplin, CT e-mail: dumas_1@charter

James C. Durand – Consulting Firm Employee 
B.S. Natural Resource Science, University of Rhode Island. Completed New England Regional Soil Science Certificate Program. Graduate courses in soil science at the University of New Hampshire and University of Massachusetts. Professional Wetland Scientist (SWS), Certified Wetland Scientist (NH). Presently: Environmental Project Manager for POWER Engineers, performing environmental permitting and licensing, hydric soil determinations, wetland delineations, and environmental impact assessments (774) 643-1829. POWER Engineers, Inc., 100 John L. Dietsch Square, North Attleboro, MA 02763 e-mail: jamie.durand@powereng.com

Stanley F. Dynia – Consultant 
University of Connecticut, BS and graduate studies at UCONN and UMASS. Mr. Dynia is also a Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP) with CTDEEP and a Registered Environmental Sanitarian (RS) with the CT Department of Public Health. Presently serves as a Principal Consultant to GZA GeoEnvironmental Inc., (GZA) performing and managing environmental studies and permitting within the water resources and environmental practice groups. Areas of specialization include delineation and assessment for wetlands and water resources and environmental assessment and remediation of soil and groundwater conditions from GZA office location at 655 Winding Brook Drive, Suite 402, Glastonbury Ct 06033. Direct 860-858-3133; cellular 860-250-4381 or email stanley.dynia@gza.com.

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Jay J. Fain* – Private Consultant 
BS Wildlife Ecology and MS, Forest and Plant Ecology, Cornell University. Experience: Thirty years mapping soils and delineating wetlands with consulting firm and as a Private Consultant. Presently: Environmental Consultant, Jay Fain & Associates, LLC. (203) 254-3156. 134 Round Hill Road, Fairfield, CT 06824

Brandon B. Faneuf – Private Consultant
BS Wildlife Biology and MS Wetlands Conservation; University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Class IV Soil Evaluator #D4059 (RI), UMass Soil Science Certificate (2006), CPESC # 2691, Technical Service Provider # TSP05-4985 (NRCS), Professional Wetland Scientist #1614 (SWS), Certified Wildlife Biologist (TWS). Experience: 5 years Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, 13 years President & Principal Scientist, Ecosystem Solutions, Inc., performing wildlife habitat analyses, wetland permitting (Coastal & Freshwater) tasks (MA, RI), soil evaluations for on-site wastewater treatment systems & drainage design (RI), NPDES Phase II permitting & construction monitoring. (401) 615-8885. www.ecosystem-solutions.com; P.O. Box 1293/24 Kenmore Street, West Warwick, RI 02893; bfaneuf@ecosystem-solutions.com

Antonio F. Federici* - Private Consultant
BS Natural Resources, Evergreen State College 1996. Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS License #1672) and Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC # 8719). Experience: >18 years of ecological assessment and restoration work, with extensive green infrastructure and design-build project application. Society of Wetland Scientists Education and Outreach Committee (volunteer 2011-present). Kleinschmidt Associates, 35 Pratt Street, Suite 201, Essex, CT 06426. Phone: 860-287-6725.

Kevin Fetzer - Private Consultant 
BS Resource Development and MS Natural Resources (Soil Science), University of Rhode Island. Class IV Soil Evaluator #D4029 (RI), Registered OWTS Inspector (RI), Professional Wetland Scientist #1692 (SWS). Principal Biologist/Soil Scientist, Ecotones, Inc., performing wetland (Freshwater/Coastal) permitting tasks (RI, MA) since 1987 and specializing in soil evaluations for onsite wastewater treatment systems and stormwater drainage design since 2001 (RI). (401) 585-8369. www.ecotonesinc.com; PO Box 1131, East Greenwich, RI 02818; kfetzer@ecotonesinc.com

Maureen E. Fitzgerald* – Municipal Employee 
BS Botany, University of Vermont; MS Plant Ecology, University of Connecticut. Soil science courses, University of Connecticut and University of Massachusetts. Experience: Eleven years as consulting Ecologist in Pennsylvania and Connecticut Presently: Since 1996, Environmental Planner, Town of Waterford, Connecticut (860) 442-0553. 15 Rope Ferry Road, Waterford, CT 06385.

Peter C. Fletcher – Private Consultant
BS Miami University; MS Soil Science, University of Massachusetts. Experience: Forty plus years Soil Scientist. Retired USDA-NRCS soil scientist, authored/coauthored 3 published soil survey reports. Presently: Consulting Soil Scientist specializing in hydric soil delineation and site evaluation for on-site sewage disposal. Presents workshops, refer to pfdigsoil.com. Teaches soil course at University of Massachusetts. (774) 202-5695, 27 Shore Acres Road, South Dartmouth, MA. 02748 e-mail: pfdigsoil@gmail.com

Eric Ford* - State Employee
BS, Ecology and Environmental Science (The University of Maine). New England Regional Soil Science Certificate (The University of Massachusetts, Amherst). MESM, Wetland, Watershed, and Ecosystem Science (The University of Rhode Island). Professional Wetland Scientist #2474 (SWSPCP). Specializing in aquatic habitat restoration, wetland and watercourse delineation, characterization and assessment, soil investigations, natural community surveys, and environmental permitting strategy, application preparation, and regulatory review support. Presently: Ecological Restoration Specialist, Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game, Division of Ecological Restoration. Phone: (617) 626-1549; Address: 251 Causeway Street, Boston, MA 02114; E-mail: eric.ford@state.ma.us

Michelle T. Ford – Municipal Employee
BS & MS, Applied Ecology and Environmental Science, Michigan Technological University, 2001 & 2005. Additional Soil Science coursework UMass and Oregon State Univ. PWS, CWB®, CESSWI, and OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER certified. Worked in environmental consulting from 2006 to 2014. Presently: Planning and Environmental Specialist with the City of Middletown (Connecticut) Planning, Conservation and Development Department focusing on open space management, inland wetland and watercourse project review, and staff liaison and resource to the City’s Conservation Commission and Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency. Phone (860) 638-4837; Address: 245 deKoven Drive, Middletown, CT 06457. Email: michelle.ford@middletownct.gov

Donald J. Fortunato – Private Consultant 
BS Environmental Science, Stockton University. Graduate work in Soil Science, Rutgers University, CT LEP #235, Certified Professional Soil Scientist #2278. Experience: Soil Scientist since 1975, nine years Soil & District Conservationist, USDA-NRCS, Soil Scientist with SES, Inc. since 1984. Available for soil investigations, wetland delineations, soil and water sampling, Phase I, II, III Environmental Assessments, contaminated site remediation, and soil permeability testing (860) 739-6691 Soil & Environmental Services, Inc. (DBE firm), 61 Plants Dam Road, East Lyme, CT 06333 e-mail: soilinc@gmail.com

Mark W. Friend* – Consulting Firm Employee 
Professional Engineer, LEED AP: BS Civil Engineering, University of Maine. Soil Science graduate courses, University of Connecticut. Experience: Practicing Civil Engineer and Soil Scientist since 1984. Experienced in land use planning, site/civil engineering, site evaluation for on-site septic treatment, wetland delineation, soil descriptions, and erosion and sedimentation design and inspection. Presently: Principal, Megson, Heagle & Friend Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors (860) 659-0587. 81 Rankin Road, Glastonbury, CT 06033 e-mail: mwf@megsonandheagle.com

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Sigrun N. Gadwa* - Private Consultant 
BA Biology, Brown University; MS Plant Ecology, University of Connecticut, Storrs. PWS (Professional Wetland Scientist): 19 Years experience: vegetation inventories, wetland delineation, functional assessment, water quality/watershed studies, mitigation/restoration, listed species & wildlife habitat evaluations. Principal: Carya Ecological Services, LLC; 183 Guinevere Ridge, Cheshire, CT 06410. e-mail: sigrun.gadwa@sbcglobal.net. Phone:(203) 271-1949.

Roger J. Gibson, Jr. * - Private Consultant 
BS Environmental Science Technology, Florida Institute of Technology. Graduate study at UCONN, UMASS, UNH and Yale. CPESC #7672, Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS #2378). Experience: Soil Scientist since 1988, 35 years as environmental specialist incl. planning, wetlands and hydrogeology. Presently: Principal at Gibson Environmental Services. Available for wetland delineations, functional assessments, wetland mitigation design and construction, environmental planning, erosion and sediment control plans, construction oversight and compliance monitoring. (860) 836-1081, 370 Porter Pond Rd., Moosup, CT 06354, e-mail: Roger@gibson-environmental.com

Mallory N. Gilbert - Private Consultant 
BS Forestry and MS Agronomy (Soils), University of Connecticut. CPSS #3238 (ARCPACS), CPESC Retired #423., Prov. Wetland Delineator (USACE), Professional Wetland Scientist Emeritus (PWS #278) . Experience: Forty-five years natural resources management and soil science experience. Former UCONN Extension Agent and USDA-NRCS District Conservationist. Wetland Sciences Instructor for Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education since 1990. Presently and since 1985, Principal, M.N. Gilbert Environmental, specializing in soils, wetland science, and natural resources management consulting (518) 663-0056. 55 Ford Road, Raymertown; Troy, NY 12180-9210 e-mail: mngilenv@nycap.rr.com

Robert M. Gilmore* – State Employee 
MS Wildlife Management, Frostburg State College; BS Natural Resources, URI; additional Soil Science coursework, UMass. Experience: Thirty plus years - wetlands science, delineation, mitigation, restoration; ecological assessment, wildlife habitat evaluation; state/federal wetland and water resource regulatory programs. Presently: Supervising Environmental Analyst, CT DEEP, Inland Water Resources Division, (860) 424-3866, robert.gilmore@ct.gov or POB 121, West Simsbury, CT 06092, (860) 651-0838, raggedglory@comcast.net

Brian E. Golembiewski – State Employee 
BS Biological Sciences, University of Connecticut. Soil science courses, University of Connecticut and University of Massachusetts. Experience: Town Wetland Enforcement Officer and Erosion and Sediment Control/Wetlands Technician for Soil and Water Conservation District. Presently: Since 1990, Environmental Analyst, Inland Water Resources Division, Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (860) 424-3867. 79 Elm Street, Hartford, CT 06106

David Gorden - Consulting Firm Employee
BS; Environmental Science and Management, URI. MS; Plant and Soil Science, UMASS, Amherst. CWS #226, CPSS #4322, Licensed Asbestos Inspector (CT, MA, RI), Licensed Lead Inspector (MA), OSHA 40 hour Hazwoper, Right of Way Licensed. Presently: Senior Environmental Manager, PEER Consultants, 23 years of strategic experience with industry leading firms in the architectural, environmental, engineering, hazardous waste, industrial hygiene, and natural resource fields. Effectively collaborates with key market-sector clients on sensitive projects by successfully combining proven expertise in Clean Energy, Environmental Science, Natural Resources, Wetlands, & Wildlife, Site Investigation, Characterization, and Remediation, Transportation Design/Build Projects, Solar Photovoltaic Systems, and Civil Engineering Support Services. 99 South Bedford Street, Suite 200, Burlington, MA 01803. P: 781.418.2558; E: GordenD@peercpc.com; LinkedIn:www.linkedin.com/in/davidgorden/

Bruce Griffin - Consulting Firm Employee 
AB English, Bowdoin; BS Wood Science, University of Massachusetts. Graduate soil science studies, University of Massachusetts. CPSSc #30215 (ARCPACS), Professional Wetland Scientist #1547. Presently: Since 2000, Soil and Wetland Scientist, New England Environmental Inc. (413)658-2053 15 Research Drive, Amherst, MA 01002 e-mail:bgriffin@neeinc.com

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Chris G. Harriman* - Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Geology and Geophysics, University of Connecticut; MS Environmental Science, University of New Haven; CT-DEP Licensed Environmental Professional. Experience: Over twenty-five years in soil identification, land use planning, wetland determinations, and detailed soil mapping. Presently: Vice President, Haley & Aldrich, Inc., available for environmental investigations and wetlands identification (860) 290-3118, 100 Corporate Place, Suite 105, Rocky Hill, CT 06067-1803, e-mail: charriman@haleyaldrich.com

Sean Hayden* – Conservation District Employee 
BS Natural Resource Management and Engineering, University of Connecticut, CPESC. Experience: Eight years Environmental Consultant performing natural resource surveys and site remediation investigations. Three years U.S. Peace Corps volunteer stabilizing fragile tropical soils and implementing reforestation projects. Presently: Since 2000, assisting towns and residents of northwestern Connecticut to manage natural resources (860) 626-7222. Northwest Conservation District, 1185 New Litchfield St, Torrington, CT 06790 e-mail: ncd@conservect.org

Steve Holden* - Consulting Firm Employee
BS Water and Soil Science and MS Natural Resources (Soil Science), University of Rhode Island. CPSS #107587 (ARCPACS); CPESC #6364. Presently: Since 2004, Environmental Consultant, Natural Resource Group, LLC, responsible for environmental impact assessments and permitting, analysis of digital soils data, conducting and managing wetland delineations, and erosion and sediment control. (401) 278-4308; One Financial Plaza, Suite 1515, Providence, RI, 02903; saholden@nrg-llc.com

John P. Ianni – Private Consultant 
AAS Forestry, Paul Smith's College, BS Agronomy and MS Soil Science, University of Connecticut. CPESC #2964. Experience: Soil Scientist Since 1983. Presently: Owner of Highland Soils LLC, available for wetland delineation and mitigation, erosion and sedimentation control, permeability studies and expert testimony (860) 742-5868. P.O. Box 337, Storrs, CT 06268 e-mail: HighlandSoils@aol.com

Jacob T. Isleib – Federal Employee
BS Environmental Science (Soil Science), North Carolina State University, CPSSc (ARCPACS). Experience: Consulting Soil Scientist 2004-2007 specializing in on-site wastewater management in western NC. Presently: Soil Scientist with USDA-NRCS since 2007, currently at MLRA Soil Survey Office 12-TOL, with soil survey experience in New York and Massachusetts. (860) 871-4037, 344 Merrow Rd, Tolland CT, 06084. Email: jacob.isleib@ct.usda.gov

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Richard C Jackson RS * -Municipal Employee
BS Environmental Health, Southern Connecticut State University. Graduate Courses in Soil Science, University of Massachusetts at Amherst and North Carolina State University. Registered Sanitarian (CT). Experience: 17 years specializing in Septic System Design, Regulation, and Soil Evaluations. Available for Wetland Delineations. Presently: Chief of Environmental Services, Monroe Health Department, Monroe CT. 1.203.258.1540 rcjax27@yahoo.com

William A. Jackson - Private Consultant
BS Geology, University of Rhode Island. Courses in Soil Science, University of Connecticut and University of New Hampshire. Registered Sanitarian (RS) and Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP) in Connecticut. Over twenty-five years of experience conducting soil and ground water investigations. Presently: Jackson Environmental LLC, specializing in environmental site assessment, design of subsurface sewage treatment and disposal systems, wetland delineation and evaluation. (860) 224-4063.
289 High Road, Kensington, CT 06037 e-mail: jacksonenv@gmail.com

Steven R. Jacobs – Private Consultant 
BA Environmental Earth Science, Eastern Connecticut State University; Plant and soil science courses, University of Massachusetts. State of Connecticut Registered Sanitarian #372, State of New Hampshire Subsurface Sewage Disposal Designer #1228. Experience: Since 1982 - specializing in septic system design, soil evaluation and wetland delineation. (860) 429-6991 P.O. Box 194, Ashford, CT 06278. e-mail: jacsoils@yahoo.com

Mary E. Jaehnig - Private Consultant 
BS Geology & Geophysics, Boston College, Graduate studies in Geology, University of Kentucky. Soil science coursework, University of Massachusetts. Twenty years experience as environmental consultant. Presently, Principal, Pfizer-Jaehnig Soils, specializing in wetland delineations, soil mapping, wetland functional analyses. (203) 431-8113. 17 Fairview Avenue, Ridgefield, CT 06877, Email: Jaehnig@sbcglobal.net.

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Barbara Kelly – Conservation District Employee
BS University of Connecticut, Post-graduate courses in soils and sciences at UConn and UMass, CPESC #2180. Since 1999, providing natural resource, soil erosion and sediment control, and wetlands services, to municipalities and residents in north-central Connecticut. (860) 875-3881 North Central Conservation District, 24 Hyde Avenue, Vernon, CT 06066; e-mail: kelly10@ snet.net

Rodney D. Kelshaw - Private Consultant
BS Wildlife Ecology, University of Maine at Orono, 1997. Certified by the State of Maine as a Soil Scientist in 2012 with experience in soil mapping since 2000. Environmental Scientist at Stantec; specializing in soil mapping, wetland delineation and wildlife habitat evaluation. Phone: 207-729-1199. 30 Park Drive, Topsham, ME 04086: Rodney.kelshaw@stantec.com

William L. Kenny - Private Consultant 
BS Landscape Design, UCONN; Masters Environmental Management, Yale University; Post-Grad Soil Science, University of Massachusetts; Registered Landscape Architect (CT & NY); Certified Professional Wetland Scientist. Experience: more than twenty-five years in natural resource management and land use planning. Presently: Principal, William Kenny Associates LLC, available for wetland delineations, wetland and ecological assessments, mitigation designs, erosion and sediment control plans, and other land use planning services 195 Tunxis Hill Road, Fairfield, CT 06825; Phone 203.366.0588; Fax 203.366.0067; www.wkassociates.net; e-mail: wkenny@wkassociates.net

Michael S. Klein
BA Biology, University of CT, 1973. M.S. Marine Environmental Science, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1977. Continuing studies in soils at University of Connecticut, 1988-1990. Presently, and since 1983, Principal Soil Scientist and Professional Wetland Scientist, Environmental Planning Services, LLC, specializing in wetland delineation, functional evaluation, impact assessment, mitigation, and permitting. Phone 860-236-1578. michael.klein@epsct.com 89 Belknap Road, West Hartford, CT 06117.

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Scott W. Landgren* - Consulting Firm Employee 
M.S. Plant & Soil Science, UMass Amherst; B.S. Landscape Architecture, UMass Amherst; New England Regional Soil Science Certificate; Registered Landscape Architect (MA-LA-1179); MA DEP Title V Soil Evaluator (SE # 13577); Experience: Landscape Architect and Environmental Consultant since 1990 specializing in landscape architecture, site engineering, site planning. Experience with green infrastructure/ low impact design, athletic field design, erosion and sediment control, soil investigations, development permitting, and construction oversight. Since 2005: Town of Natick Zoning Board of Appeals; Presently: Principal Landscape Architect/ Senior Project Manager, CDM Smith, 75 State Street, Boston, MA 02109. Phone: 617-452-6814. e-mail: landgrensw@cdmsmith.com

S. Thomas LeRoy - Municipal Employee 
Expertise in Wetland ID/ Flagging, Mangroves - FL Certified Environmental Planner, Mitigation Plans, ACOE Methods, Neighborhood preservation, Soils based zoning, Land Use Planning, Tax / Foreclosure Property Property use for the community before sale, Greenway Expansion and Connections, Erosion Control planning /inspection, Stormwater Treatment and Env. Health Assessments. Best Contact: soilscientist@yahoo.com

Thomas Liddy – Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Environmental Science and Management, University of Rhode Island, 2001. Experience: Soil and wetland scientist specializing in wetland delineations, wildlife habitat evaluations, environmental planning and permitting since 2001 (PWS #1728, NH-CWS #242). Lucas Environmental, LLC, 500A Washington Street, Quincy, MA 02169. 617.405.4053

David L. Lindbo, PhD, CPSS, NCLSS - Federal Employee
1990 PhD Univ. of Mass – Soils, 1990 MS Univ. of Mass – Geology, 1984 MS Univ. of New Hampshire – Soils, 1982 BS Univ. Of New Hampshire – Environmental Cons.Experience in soil - land use relations focusing on septic systems, wetlands, and hydropedology. Taught extension and university course in wastewater, land use, wetlands, and pedology. Former President of the Soil Science Society of America. Involved in K12 soils education. Currently Director of the Soil Survey Division, USDA-NRCS. Oversight and management of Soil Survey and Ecological Site Inventory for the US.Current Position: Director, Soil Science Division, USDA-NRCS 1400 Independence Ave SW Room 4840S Washington, DC 20250 202-720-7848
david.lindbo@wdc.usda.gov

Peter T. Lockwood – Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Environmental Management, University of Rhode Island; MAT Secondary Science Education (Biology), Rhode Island College. Experience: Soil Scientist since 2000, Consulting Environmental Scientist since 1990, SWS Professional Wetland Scientist, and ISA Certified Arborist. Expertise in field botany and identification of hydric soils for wetland delineation. Presently: Senior Environmental Scientist, Burns & McDonnell, 108 Leigus Road, Wallingford, CT 06492. Tele: (203) 949-2319, email: plockwood@burnsmcd.com

George T. Logan* – Private Consultant 
BS and MS Natural Resource Science, University of Rhode Island. Soil science courses, University of Connecticut. Experience: Sixteen years in soil science, wetland ecology and wildlife biology, stormwater quality assessment and mitigation. Presently: Since 1996, Principal, Rema Ecological Services, LLC, specializing in wetland delineation, natural resources management, environmental planning and permitting, and ecological restoration and habitat mitigation (860) 649-7362. 164 East Center Street, Suite 2, Manchester, CT 06040 e-mail: glogan@remaecological.com

Philip M. London - Private Consultant
BS Soil and Water Resources, University of Rhode Island.
Experience: 23 years specializing in wetland delineation, wetland restoration/mitigation, impact assessment, federal/state wetland permitting, and hydric soil identification. Professional Wetland Scientist #2739. Presently, Principal & Environmental Consultant. London Environmental, LLC 20 Wilton Road, Unit 486, Greenfield Center, NY 12833 518-944-7305. Email: Plondon.LENV@gmail.com

George W. Loomis – University Employee 
BS Natural Resources (Soil Science) and MS Soil Science (Resource Chemistry), University of Rhode Island. Experience: Since 1983 research, training and teaching in soil science and the onsite wastewater treatment field. Presently: Research and Extension Soil Scientist, Department of Natural Resources Science and Director of the New England Onsite Wastewater Training Center, University of Rhode Island. (401) 874-4558. 001 Coastal Institute Bldg., 1 Greenhouse Rd., Kingston, RI 02881. GLoomis@uri.edu

Christopher M. Lucas - Environmental Consultant 
B.S. Biology (Cornell University), M.S. Biology (Stanford University), M.S. Soil Science(UMASS - Amherst). Experience: Consultant since 2000, specializing in wetland delineation, hydric soil identification, ecological studies, wetland restoration/replication, environmental permitting, and rare species surveys. Professional Wetland Scientist #1884, Certified Wetland
Scientist #274 (NH). Presently: Principal & Environmental Consultant, Lucas Environmental, LLC, 500A Washington Street, Quincy, MA 02169. 617.405.4140. cml@lucasenvironmental.net

Lorraine Lucas* - Private Consultant 
BS Agronomy, University of Connecticut; Graduate work in Hydric Soils and Soil morphology and Mapping, University of Massachusetts. Experience in wetland delineation since 2006. 21 Bartholomew Hill Rd. Goshen CT 06756 (860)491-3133 lorrainelucas@optonline.net

Harvey D. Luce – Private Consultant 
BS Agronomy, University of Kentucky; MS Soil Morphology and Genesis, Iowa State University; PhD Agronomy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, CPSSc/CPSC (ARCPACS). Experience: Twenty-nine years teaching and research in soil science, University of Connecticut (1976-2003) and Florida A&M University (1974-1976). Three years Soil Scientist with National Cooperative Soil Survey, Kentucky and Iowa. Two years Area Agronomy Agent, Kentucky. Research in soil survey interpretations, soil suitability for septic tanks, soil pollutant transport, role of wetlands as a filter. Presently: Consulting Soil Scientist (860) 455-0296 e-mail: harveyluce@charter.net.

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George T. Malia, Jr. * - Private Consultant
BS Natural Resources Conservation, University of Connecticut, 1978. Wetlands mapping (including Army Corps), land analysis and evaluations in central and western Connecticut since 1991. 860-491-3361, 636 Beach Street, Goshen, Connecticut 06756

Christopher Malik - State Employee
BS Geology and Geophysics, University of Connecticut. Experience: Presently, since 2000: Senior Environmental Analyst at CT Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection, Watershed and NPS Program. Planning and implementation of stormwater pollution mitigation, Municipal coordination, water quality planning. 1989-2000: Eleven years at ConnDOT Transportation Planner in wetland permitting section including wetland boundary delineation, design of wetland mitigation sites, design plan reviews, permitting, NEPA/ CEPA documents.

Jeffrey T. Malloy* – Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Water and Soil Science, University of Rhode Island (2004). Masters of Public Administration, University of New Hampshire (2014). Experience: 2004-2010, Environmental Scientist specializing in wetland delineation, water and soil conservation, and land use assessment and permitting. 2010-2015: Environmental Planner specializing in permitting, land use conservation and wetland impact assessment and mitigation. 2016-Present, Senior Resiliency Planner specializing in sustainability planning, climate vulnerability assessments, and adaptation planning and implementation. BSC Group (617) 896-4355. 803 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02127 e-mail: jmalloy@bscgroup.com

Daniel Sean Martin – Public Utility Employee 
BS Renewable Natural Resources, University of Connecticut. Completed New England Regional Certificate Program. Experience: Soil Conservationist, USDA-NRCS. Twenty years working for Northeast Utilities in real estate, forestry, environmental and safety. Presently: Supervisor - Transmission Safety and Environmental Programs, Northeast Utilities (860) 665-6664. 172 Birch Mountain Road, Manchester, CT. 06040. E-mail: martids@nu.com

Joseph McCue - Consulting Firm Employee
BS Soil and Water Resources, University of Rhode Island. Presently, Senior Environmental Scientist with Mason & Associates, Inc. Twenty years experience in RI, CT & MA specializing in wetland delineations, soil mapping, wildlife habitat assessment, permitting, wetland mitigation and restoration, project monitoring for compliance. Expert testimony. Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS #2010 - SWS), Certified URI/RICRMC Invasive Manager, CTDEEP Pesticide Applicator (O-39603), RIDEM Commercial Pesticide Applicator (#6344). Mason & Associates, Inc., 771 Plainfield Pike, No. Scituate, RI 02857, (401) 647-3835 e-mail: JMcCue@Mason-Associates.com

James M. McManus – Private Consultant 
B.S. Agronomy (Soil Science) and M.S. Plant and Soil Science, University of Connecticut. CPSS #15226 (ARCPACS). Presently, and since 2000, Principal Soil Scientist, JMM Wetland Consulting Services LLC, specializing in wetland and hydric soil delineations and assessments, high intensity soil surveys, deep hole test pit descriptions, state, local and federal permitting, erosion and sediment control planning and supervision, and wetland boundary surveys utilizing a Global Positioning System (GPS). 23 Horseshoe Ridge Road, Newtown, CT 06482 (O) (203) 364-0345, (M) (203) 994-3428 Email: james@jmmwetland.com, Website: jmmwetland.com

Ann B. McMenemy – Private Consultant
BS Plant and Soil Sciences, University of Massachusetts, 1986. Graduate soil science classes, University of Massachusetts, 1990-2001. Certified Professional Wetland Scientist (SWS, #807), Certified Wetland Scientist (NH #036). Wetland scientist and ecologist since 1986. Expertise: wetland delineation, wetland and terrestrial habitat mapping/functional evaluations, wildlife, vernal pool, and protected species surveys, local, state, federal, and international permitting/environmental impact reports, mitigation and restoration design, construction oversight, invasive plant management in the Northeast/Southeast US and South America. Hancock Associates, 185 Centre Street, Danvers, MA 01923. 978-500-0734. Amcmenemy@hancockassociates.com

Dexter P. Miller - Private Consultant
B.S. Resource Development URI. 25 years experience in Wetland and Soil Science. Army Corp Reg, IV certified. Presently employed with Frisella-Balch and Associates. (401)783-5949 or (Cell) (401)580-0283 email dmiller@frisella.com or Millerdexter7@gmail.com

Susan Moberg PWS – Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Soil and Water Resource Science, University of Rhode Island, 1993. Presently: Director of Environmental Sciences, VHB, specializing in wetland delineation, permitting, soil analysis and environmental site assessment work in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut (401) 457-2055. I Cedar Street Suite 400, Providence, RI 02903. e-mail: smoberg@vhb.com

Charles P. Morgan – Private Consultant 
MS Environmental Sciences, University of Rhode Island, Certified Wetland Delineator (ACOE). 2002-2007, Soil Conservationist, USDA-NRCS. Available for wetlands delineations in S.E. CT. 860-389-6736

Michael W. Morris – Consulting Firm Employee
BA Anthropology, College of William & Mary; MA Anthropology, University of Tennessee; PhD Plant and Soil Science, University of Tennessee. CPSSc, PG. Experience: Senior Environmental Scientist: 1994-1999 Oak Ridge Reservation Tennessee, uranium and mercury contaminated soils, soil survey, and landfill design for DOE. 1999-2008 Massachusetts Military Reservation soil and groundwater investigations for groundwater remediation and soil remediation of former firing ranges for AFCEE and AEC. 2009-present New Bedford Harbor, lead geologist for sediment characterization of contaminated harbor sediments and dredging contaminated sediments for USACE. 1990-present, soil archaeology consultant for various projects in Southeastern US and Crete, Greece for University of Tennessee and Institute for Aegean Prehistory. Jacobs Engineering (508) 525-7817. 6 Otis Park Drive, Bourne, MA 02536, mike.morris@jacobs.com

Scott Morrison - Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Natural Resource Studies, University of Massachusetts. Completed New England Regional Soil Science Certificate Program. Experience: Since 2000, Environmental Scientist, specializing in wetland delineations, environmental assessments, permitting, wetland restoration and creation and third party reviews. EcoTec, Inc., 102 Grove Street, Worcester, MA 01605. (508) 752-9666 ext. 27 e-mail: smorrison@ecotecinc.com

Timothy J. Motte* – State Employee 
BA Biology and MS Natural Resources, University of Rhode Island. Presently: Since 1992, Senior Environmental Scientist, Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council, responsible for identifying various coastal features including coastal wetlands, assessing impact of development proposals on coastal features, and determining construction setbacks and buffer zones. (401) 783-3370. Oliver Stedman Government Center, 4808 Tower Hill Road, Wakefield, RI 02879 e-mail: tmotte@crmc.ri.gov

Spencer Myles* - Private Consultant 
B.S. Soil Science, University of New Hampshire Presently: Soil Scientist & Project Manager, Arthur H. Howland & Associates, P.C., specializing in wetland delineations, septic system design and consultations. 860-354-9346, 143 West Street, Suite E, New Milford, CT. 06776 email: spencer@ahhowland.com

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Michael J. Narcisi* - Federal Employee 
Education: Univ. of Rhode Island - M.S. Environmental Science/Wetland Ecology, 2010; Univ. of Rhode Island - B.S. Environmental Science, 2006. Experience: environmental laws & regulations, wetland delineations, soil profile descriptions, plant taxonomy, amphibian surveys, and GIS. Class IV Soil Evaluator License #D4080 (RI). SSSSNE basic member since 2009. Employment: Environmental Reviewer at US Army Corps of Engineers, 696 Virginia Rd., Concord, MA 01742. Tel. (978) 318-8454. E-mail: Michael.J.Narcisi@USACE.Army.Mil

Christopher P. Newhall* - Private Consultant
BS Biology, Trinity College (CT), 1999. Since 2005 specializing in wetland delineation, mitigation, functional assessment, permitting, and hydric soil evaluation. NPDES Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) preparation and erosion control inspections. Wildlife habitat and vernal pool assessments. Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS #2215); Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC #7160). Presently, and since 2006, Project Manager, AECOM, 9 Jonathan Bourne Drive, Pocasset, MA 02559. Email: christopher.newhall@aecom.com. Phone: 508-735-0387

Matthew A. Nowak, PWS* – Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C.
MS Plant & Soil Science and BS Environmental Science, University of Massachusetts; New England Regional Soil Science Certificate; Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS #1662). Experience: Fifteen years as an environmental consultant specializing in wetland and watercourse delineation, soil investigations, natural resource assessments, mitigation and restoration plans, and environmental permitting. Currently: Senior Environmental Project Manager with Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C. (a Kinder Morgan company), 8 Anngina Drive, Enfield, CT 06082. Phone: 860-763-6024, E-Mail: Matthew_Nowak@KinderMorgan.com.

Timothy O’Sullivan*, PWS - Private Consultant
Education: MS Wetland Conservation, University of Massachusetts, BS Environmental
Science, University of Maine Professional Wetland Scientist #1389. Experience: Soil Scientist and Wetland and Wildlife Biologist since 1997. Specializing in wetland and watercourse delineations, wetland mitigation, soil investigations, natural resource assessments and restoration plans, wildlife habitat and vernal pool investigations and local, state, and federal environmental permitting. Presently: Project Manager AECOM. 500 Enterprise Drive, Suite 1A Rocky Hill, CT 860-263-5827

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Donald C. Parizek - Federal Employee 
BS Agriculture (Soil Science), University of Connecticut, CPSS (ARCPACS # 24825), Experience: Three years Consultant specializing in wetland delineations. Presently: Since 1992, Soil Scientist with USDA-NRCS with soil survey activities in: Alaska, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Puerto Rico. USDA-NRCS, 12-6 Soil Survey Office, Tolland, CT 06084 Phone: (860) 871-4044 email: Donald.parizek@ct.usda.gov

Edward M. Pawlak* – Private Consultant 
BS Biology, SUNY Oswego; MS Forestry, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Graduate soil science courses, University of Massachusetts. Experience: Fifteen years Environmental Consultant and Wetland Scientist. Presently: Since 1995, Principal, Connecticut Ecosystems LLC, specializing in wetland delineation, vegetative and wildlife inventories, permitting and mitigation (860) 561-8598. 38 Westland Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06107 e-mail: ecosys@comcast.net

Maggie Payne – Federal Employee 
MS Environmental Science (Soil Science), University of Rhode Island. BA Biology/ Environmental Science, Colby College, Waterville, ME. Experience: Soil Scientist with USDA NRCS, Rhode Island since 2004 specializing in coastal and subaqueous soils, soil health, GIS, and wetland delineation. Presently: Resource Soil Scientist, USDA-NRCS, Massachusetts. 15 Cranberry Highway, West Wareham, MA 02576. phone: (508) 295-5151. e-mail: maggie.payne@ma.usda.gov

Thomas A. Peragallo - Private Consultant 
BS Soil Science, University of Rhode Island. Soil Science Institute (NRCS), Texas A&M. CPSS/SC #2148(SSSA), Certified Soil Scientist: (NH#014, ME #273), Certified Wetland Scientist: NH #006. Experience: forty ears, including twelve with USDA-NRCS. Providing services in soil classification, soil mapping, wetland issues and site assessment with LEC Environmental Consultants, Inc. New England Hydric Soil Technical Committee, Co-Chair, SSSNNE Vice President. (603)899-6726 P.O. Box 590, Rindge, NH 03461 e-mail:tperagallo@gmail.com

Felix A. Perriello - Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Earth Sciences - University of Massachusetts; MS Soil Science - University of Massachusetts; CPG, CHMM, LSP, LEP. Experience: Twenty-five years in the environmental field. Presently: Vice President, Alliance Environmental Group, 100 Jefferson Boulevard, Suite 220, Warwick, Rhode Island 02888. Tel: (401) 732-7600 Ext 306, fperriello@AllianceEGI.com

Jeffrey C. Peterson – Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Biology, UConn. Soil science graduate studies, UConn and University of Massachusetts, CPSS (No. 25010 SSSA), PWS (No. 2579), Certified Wetland Delineator (USACE, Balt. Dist.), CPESC (No. 2696), Class IV Soil Evaluator (RI). Experience: Thirty-three years national and international experience in soil survey and classification, wetland delineation, and ecological studies. Presently: Senior Soil Scientist, VHB. (401) 272-8100. 1 Cedar Street, Suite 400, Providence, RI 02903 email: jpeterson@vhb.com

Dawn M. Pettinelli – University Employee 
BS Agricultural Production – Soil Resources, Montana State University; MS Forest Science, Oregon State University. Experience: Twenty years soil fertility analysis. Presently: Associate Extension Educator, Soil Nutrient Analysis Laboratory, University of Connecticut. (860) 486-4274. Plant Science Dept., Box U-5102, Storrs, CT 06269

Thomas W. Pietras – Private Consultant 
B.S. Forestry, University of West Virginia; M.S. Soil Science, Natural Resources Conservation, University of Connecticut. Thirty four years experience in soil and wetland science. Principal, Pietras Environmental Group, LLC. Providing services for wetland delineation, soil mapping, environmental assessments, mitigation and permitting. (203)-314-6636. 15 Briarwood Lane, Wallingford, CT 06492. Email: tom@pietrasenviromentalgroup.com

Edward W. Pickering - Consulting Firm Employee
BS Plant and Soil Science - University of Vermont; MS Soil Science - UMass Amherst, MS – Civil Engineering - Tufts University; MBA - Babson College. CPSS #01266 (SSSA), MA PE #38790 (also NY, NH, ME, RI), Approved Title 5 System Inspector #SI-13032, Approved Soil Evaluator #SI-13487. Experience: Thirty-Nine (39) years in the environmental field. Presently: Senior Project Manager, Apex Companies LLC, 125 Broad St., 5th Floor, Boston, MA 02110. Work: (617) 728-0070, x5407; Fax: (617) 728-0080, tpickering@apexcos.com.

Bonnie Potockie* - Consulting Firm Employee
Senior Project Scientist WESTON Solutions Inc. B.S. Pathobiology University of Connecticut M.S. Environmental Toxicology Northeastern University Certificate in New England Soil Science University of Massachusetts Amherst Wildlife habitat evaluations, wetlands and environmental permitting, NEPA submittals email ecosolutions.bonnie@gmail.com

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Hue Quan* – Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Agronomy and Environmental Science, Delaware Valley College; MS Environmental Engineering, Washington State University. Experience: Working in consulting since 1998, geoenvironmental borings, wetlands delineation, permit applications, site remediation and environmental cleanup. Presently: Licensed Professional Engineer in NJ, NY & PA, AECOM, (732) 564-3631. 30 Knightsbridge Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854 e-mail: Hue.Quan@aecom.com. 

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Cynthia M. Rabinowitz – Private Consultant
BS Agronomy, University of Connecticut 1980. Private Consultant in wetlands determinations and on-site investigations, since 1985. Five years County Extension Agent, in Connecticut. Presently: Principal Soil Scientist, Landscape Designer, and Certified Permaculture Practitioner, HGConnSoil LLC, available for state and federal wetland boundary delineation, diversified soil and land evaluations, wetland restoration plantings, and landscape design; CT-DOT DBE Certified; (203) 266-5595. Fax 888-241-5328; P.O. Box 365, Bethlehem, CT 06751, www.connsoil.com, e-mail: cynthia@hgconnsoil.com.

Bernie Raftery – Consultant
BS Natural Resource Development, University of Rhode Island. PWS, CWS-NH, CPESC, CESSWI - Soil and wetland investigations, wetland replication/restoration design, erosion/sediment control design & inspection and environmental impact analysis and permitting (508) 208 9492. e-mail: Raftery_B@comcast.net

Megan B Raymond* - Private Consultant
BS Geological Sciences, Tufts University, MS College of William and Mary Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences; Experience: Fifteen years in natural resource management. Presently: Senior Ecologist William Kenny Associates LLC, available for wetland delineations, ecological assessments, mitigation design, and other land use planning services. 195 Tunxis Hill Road, Fairfield, CT 06825, (203) 366-0588, mraymond@wkassociates.net

Maissoun Reda* – Consulting Firm Employee
BS Biology, Lebanese American University; MS Soil Science, University of Massachusetts –
Amherst. Experience: Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Wetlands’
Program Intern (2013-2014). Presently: Ecological Scientist, BSC Group, Inc., conducting wetland delineations using local, state, and federal delineation methodologies; preparing permit applications including linear permitting, conducting ecological studies, and compliance/construction monitoring and reporting. Phone: 508-792-4500. 33 Waldo Street,
Worcester, MA 01608. Email: mreda@bscgroup.com

Steven D. Riberdy* – Consulting Firm Employee
MS Wetland Ecology, UMASS Amherst. PWS (No. 2013) and Certified Ecologist with over twelve years’ experience as soil scientist/wetland scientist/rare species biologist and ecologist with GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc, in Springfield, MA and working throughout the Northeast. Presently, Senior Ecologist, specializing in wetland science, wetland delineations, rare species habitat assessments/mitigation/permitting, wildlife habitat evaluations, restoration, and permitting. (413) 726-2100. 1350 Main Street, Suite 1400, Springfield, MA 01103 e-mail: steven.riberdy@gza.com

John Rook *– Municipal Employee 
BS Natural Resources Conservation, University of Connecticut; MS Resource Management and Administration, Antioch New England Graduate School; Soil Science Courses, University of Massachusetts. Twenty-five plus years experience in land use planning and natural resource management. Presently and since 1987 Planner, Town of Glastonbury, CT. (860) 652-7513. 2155 Main Street, Glastonbury, CT. 06033. email: john.rook@glastonbury-ct.gov

William A. Root – Consulting Firm Employee 
BA Biology, University of Connecticut; MES, Yale University. Experience: Environmental Director, Wilton, Connecticut and Wetlands Officer, New Milford, Connecticut. Eighteen years in inland/tidal wetland delineation, environmental impact analysis, and permitting. Presently: Sr. Environmental Scientist, Milone & MacBroom, Inc., specializing in wetland mitigation projects and Army Corps of Engineers delineations (203) 389-2404. 18 Center Road, Woodbridge CT 06525 e-mail: billr@miloneandmacbroom.com

Adam Rosenblatt – Consulting Firm Employee 
MS Natural Resource Science and BS Soil and Water Resources, University of Rhode Island. CPESC #2697, Class IV Soil Evaluator (RI). Experience: Sixteen years in wetland delineation, environmental permitting, soil investigations and GIS analysis. Presently: Project Manager and Senior Environmental Scientist, VHB, 1 Cedar Street Suite 400, Providence, RI 02903 (401) 457-2072 e-mail: arosenblatt@vhb.com

Daniel P. Rukakoski – Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Renewable Natural Resources, University of Connecticut.
PWS #01492. NH CWS #273. Experience: Since 1995 completing wetland delineation, environmental permitting, soil and groundwater investigations. Presently, Principal Environmental Scientist - Associate, Tighe & Bond, Inc., specializing in municipal, commercial, utility and industrial wetland delineation and environmental permitting projects. (413) 875-1312, 53 Southampton Road, Westfield, MA 01085-5308. e-mail: dprukakoski@tighebond.com

Robert C. Russo* - Private Consultant
BA Biology and Psychology, Wesleyan University: MES Yale University. Soil science courses, University of Massachusetts. Presently: Soil Scientist specializing in local and Army Corps of Engineers wetland delineation, evaluation, permit preparation, water resource and hydrologic assessment. 860-886-1966. CLA Engineers, 317 Main Street, Norwich, CT 06360 email: brusso@claengineers.com

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Matthew J. Sanford - Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Natural Resources Management, University of Connecticut; MS, Southern Connecticut State University; Professional Wetland Scientist # 1677. Experience: Senior Environmental Scientist, Milone & MacBroom, Inc., specializing in State and Army Corps of Engineer inland wetland delineation, environmental impact assessments, vernal pool surveys, and permitting. (203) 271-1773. 99 Realty Drive, Cheshire, CT 06410 email: matts@miloneandmacbroom.com

Josh Sargent* -
MS Environmental Science: Earth and Hydrological Sciences and BS Environmental Science, University of Rhode Island. Experience: Five years in water quality studies, emergency response planning, GIS analysis, climate change modeling, site remediation, environmental permiting, and soil investigations. Experience working for academic, local, state, federal, and private agencies. 40-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER certified. FEMA IS and ESRI certified.

J. Eric Scherer* - Private Consultant
BS Agronomy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute; MPA, University of Hartford. Certified Wetland Delineator (ACOE). Experience: Thirty seven years federal service: Peace Corps (Belize), Soil Conservationist, Resource Conservationist, National Plant Materials Center Manager, District Conservationist, and Water Quality Coordinator, Hudson River Navigator (AHRI) State Resource Conservationist with USDA-NRCS in Virginia, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maryland, and New York. Additional experience as Technical Service Provider with USDA for Comprehensive Nutrient Management Planning, Nutrient Management Planning and Grazing Management Planning. Currently a USDA Certified Conservation Planner. Worked as the Executive Director, Southern Rhode Island Conservation District. Certified Professional in Erosion and Sed. Control (CPESC) – No. 359: Certified Professional in Stormwater Management (CPSWQ) – No. 8, Contact information: Scherer Consulting Services, LLC, 16 Parkwood Drive, Kingston, RI 02881, 401-378-3681 or j.eric.scherer@gmail.com

Michael J. Sheehan - Private Consultant, and SSSSNE Secretary**
BS Biology, MS Entomology, New England Regional Soil Science Certificate. Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS #00138). Formerly served as an applied biologist, wetland scientist, & soil scientist with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Now, I provide technical services in New England as BlueFlags Ecological Services LLC, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business. 11 Florence Street, Moosup, CT 06354, Phone: 860-554-0919 FAX: 1-702-993-3672. mike.sheehan@BlueFlags.us.com
**Note: Secretary of SSSSNE email is: SSSSNE1974@gmail.com

James S. Sipperly* - Municpal Employee
B.S. Geology, Eastern Connecticut State University, M.P.A. University of Hartford, Soil Science classes, University of Connecticut. Experience: 4 years Geologist/Soil Scientist/Land Surveyor with private engineering firm. 6 years Environmental Planner, Town of Cheshire, CT. Presently: Since 1997 Planning /Environmental Resource Specialist, Deputy Director of Planning Conservation and Development Department, Middletown, CT. Currently, is the Environmental Resource Specialist, City of Middletown. Also serves as the Wetland Agent for the Town of Portland, CT. Address: 21 Case Street, Norwich, CT 06360, cell 860-334-7073 email: james.sipperly.js@gmail.com

Ward W. Smith* – Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Forest Management, University of Maine. Completed New England Regional Soil Science Certificate Program. Professional Wetland Scientist (SWS). Experience: Sixteen years wetland delineation, permitting, wetland creation, and wildlife habitat evaluation. Presently: Soil and Wetland Scientist, Valley Environmental Services, specializing in wetland delineation, hydric soils identification, wetland permitting and mitigation (413) 774-5696. 63 French King Highway, Unit 8, Greenfield, MA 01301

Richard Snarski – Private Consultant 
BS Agronomy, University of Connecticut, MS Soil Science, University of Illinois. CPSSc #1975 (ARCPACS), CPESC #200. Presently: Since 1983, Principal Soil Scientist, New England Environmental Services, specializing in wetland delineation and evaluation, environmental assessment, and wetland creation and restoration. (860) 295-1022. 155 Jerry Daniels Road, Marlborough, CT 06477

Sally H. Snyder* 
25 years state service, BS Agronomy, University of Connecticut. Completed New England Regional Soil Science Certificate Program. Experience: Since 1989, working as Environmental Analyst protecting inland wetlands and watercourses. Since 2004, have served on the Salem Inland Wetlands and Conservation Commission. (860) 889-8377

Thomas E. Sokoloski* – Private Consultant
BS Natural Resources Science and MS Resource Chemistry, University of Rhode Island, Certified New Hampshire Wetland Scientist No. 127. Experience: Since 1988, wetland delineations and functional assessments, vernal pool studies, project impact assessment and wetland permitting, rare and invasive plant surveys, Site Specific and High Intensity Soil Surveys, test pit descriptions and soil permeameter testing. Presently: Wetland and Soil Scientist, TES Environmental Consultants, LLC; 1494 Route 3A, Unit 1, Bow, NH 03304; (603) 856-8925. Email: tom@tesenviro.comcastbiz.net

Demian A. Sorrentino, AICP* – Consulting Firm Employee
BS Environmental Management (1999) & Master of Community Planning, Environmental & Land Use Concentration (2002), University of Rhode Island. Continued education in soil science, University of Connecticut and University of Rhode Island. New England Regional Soil Science Certificate (2007). AICP Certified Planner #020259. Municipal planning and land use permitting since 2002, soil science since 2007. Available to provide wetland delineation & permitting assistance throughout Connecticut. Presently: Certified Planner & Soil Scientist, Boundaries, LLC (860) 376-2006. 179 Pachaug River Drive, PO Box 184, Griswold, CT 06351. Email: dsorrentino@boundariesllc.net

Linda N. South* – Municipal Employee 
BS Environmental Earth Science, Eastern Connecticut State University; Soil science courses, University of Connecticut. Experience: Employed seventeen years as a sanitarian. Soil Scientist Intern, USDA-NRCS. Presently: Registered Sanitarian; lindasouth@dalmikwelldrillingco.com

Lesley A "Mickey" Spokas - University Employee, Private Consultant
BS in Natural Science, MS in Turf Physiology, and PhD in Soil Science, University of Massachusetts. Experience: More than ten years specializing in soil evaluation, teaching soil evaluation, and performing physical and chemical characterization of soils. Presently: Since 1995, Manager, Soil Characterization Laboratory, Department of Plant, Soil, & Insect Sciences, University of Massachusetts, (413) 545-3068. Plant, Soil, & Insect Sciences Department, Stockbridge Hall, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003 e-mail: mspokas@psis.umass.edu

Glenn Stanisewski – Federal Employee
B.A. Environmental Science, University of Denver (1985), M.S. Land Rehabilitation, Montana State University (1987). Experience: Thirty years USDA-NRCS soil scientist working in Montana, Connecticut, California, and Massachusetts. Presently: East Region Modeling Unit Coordinator (APEX model), USDA-NRCS, 451 West St., Amherst, MA 01002, phone: (413) 253-4356, e-mail: glenn.stanisewski@ma.usda.gov

Ralph H. Stanton, Jr.* – Private Consultant 
BA Geology, University of Connecticut. Completed New England Regional Soil Science Certificate Program. Licensed Professional Engineer (CT, MA), Licensed Soil Evaluator (MA). Pilot, Guitarist Extraordinaire. Experience: Health department and Consulting
Sanitarian 1978-95. Presently: Since 1995, Private Consultant delineating and mapping wetland and non-wetland soils, site drainage design, soil testing & classification and design of on-site (+3000) subsurface sewage disposal systems (860) 824-0343. 92 Canaan Valley Road, Canaan, CT 06018 e-mail: rstantonjr_pe@yahoo.com

Linda A. Steere* – Private Consultant 
BS Zoology and MS Animal Science (Wildlife), University of Rhode Island. Experience: Seven years State of Rhode Island regulator. Private Consultant since 1986, specializing in state and federal wetland delineation in southeastern New England, wildlife assessments, environmental assessments and site evaluations. Presently: President and Principal Wetland Biologist, Applied Bio-Systems, Inc. (401) 783-6740. PO Box 985; West Kingston, RI 02892

Kenneth C. Stevens, Jr. – Private Consultant 
BS Soil Science Agronomy, University of Connecticut. Experience: Twelve years soil survey, USDA-NRCS. Eight years with regional planning agency and an engineering company. Since 1978, Professional Soil Scientist, Soil Science & Environmental Services, Inc. specializing in soil and wetland investigations, environmental assessments, permit applications, site plan evaluations, court appearances, and public hearings (203) 272-7837. 95 Silo Drive, Rocky Hill, CT 06067 email: ssesinc@yahoo.com

Scott D. Stevens – Private Consultant 
BS Business Management, Bryant College; MS Environmental Science, University of New Haven. Courses in groundwater hydrology and soil science, University of Connecticut and University of New Hampshire. Thirty years experience in wetland delineations and soil mapping. Professional Soil Scientist at Soil Science and Environmental Services, Inc., specializing in wetland flagging, environmental assessments, wetland permitting and mitigation, soil permeability studies, sieve tests and public hearings since 1987. (203) 272-7837. 95 Silo Drive, Rocky Hill, CT 06067 email: ssesinc@yahoo.com

Ethan A. Stewart * – Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Environmental Science, Southern Connecticut State University, Graduate studies in Soil Science, University of Massachusetts. Completed New England Regional Soil Science Certification Program. Presently: Soil and Environmental Scientist, Diversified Technology Consultants, specializing in environmental site assessments, soil and groundwater investigations and wetland delineations. (203) 239-4200. 2321 Whitney Avenue, Hamden Center II, Hamden, CT 06518. ethan.stewart@teamdtc.com

Mark H. Stolt – University Employee 
BS Agronomy, University of Maryland; MS Soil Genesis and Morphology, University of Maryland; PhD Pedology, Virginia Tech. Experience: Two years soil survey in Virginia. Soil Environmental Science Consultant in the southeastern U.S. Research in pedology, wetlands, and application of soils information to environmental issues. Presently: Professor of Pedology and Soil-Environmental Science, University of Rhode Island (401) 874-2915 Dept. NRS, 112 Kingston Coastal Institute, Kingston, RI 02881 email: mstolt@uri.edu

Mark H. Sullivan* – Private Consultant 
BS Agronomy, University of Connecticut; MS Environmental Science, University of New Haven, Licensed Land Surveyor (CT). Experience: Twelve years in wetland delineation and evaluation, and soil and wetland investigation and mapping. Presently: Owner and Principal of land surveying and environmental consulting firm (860) 376-8525. 20-20 Phillips Road, Lisbon, CT 06351

Deborah A. Surabian – Federal Employee 
BS Agronomy, MS Plant Science, and Graduate Certificate in GIS, University of Connecticut, CPSSc (ARCPACS), Certified Wetland Delineator (ACOE) Experience: Twelve years soil survey in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York, two years Soil Conservationist, USDA-NRCS in Florida and three years Environmental Chemist. Presently: MLRA Soil Survey Office Leader and GPR operator, USDA-NRCS for MLRA Soil Survey Office 12-6 (860) 871-4042 344 Merrow Road, Tolland, CT 06084 e-mail: debbie.surabian@ct.usda.gov

Christian Sutter - Consulting Firm Employee
BS Environmental Management, University of Rhode Island, 2000. New England Regional Soil Science Certificate, UMass Amherst, 2014. Experience: Presently (Since 2005): Soil and Wetland Specialist, DiPrete Engineering. Extensive experience conducting soil evaluations and soil infiltration testing for onsite sewage disposal and stormwater drainage system design in RI and MA. Wetland edge determinations and permitting in RI, MA, and CT. Onsite sewage disposal system design and construction oversight in RI, MA, and CT. Licensed Soil Evaluator in RI and MA. RI Licensed Class I OWTS Designer and Installer. ACOE 40 Hour Wetland Delineator Certification. 40 Hour HAZWOPER Training. Certified Erosion, Sedimentation, and Stormwater Inspector (CESSWI). 2 Stafford Ct. Cranston, RI 02910. 401-943-1000 ext. 209 email: ChrisS@DiPrete-Eng.com

Eva Szigeti - Consulting Firm Employee 
BS Natural Resources and MS Soil Science, University of Connecticut. CPSSc (ARCPACS), CPESC. Past Experience: Seven years Hydrogeologic Technician. Since 2002, Soil Scientist/Environmental Analyst, Evans Associates Environmental Consulting, Inc., specializing in wetland delineation, wetland functional analysis, and wetland permitting in CT and NY. (203) 393-0690 x116. 205 Amity Road, Bethany, CT 06524. e-mail: eva@eaec-inc.com

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Steven F. Tessitore – Private Consultant
BS Plant and Soil Science, University of Rhode Island, MS Forest Soil Science, University of Massachusetts. Over Thirty three years of experience in wetland determinations, administration, permitting, enforcement, and training of municipal officials for the state of Connecticut, Department of Environmental Protection. Extensive experience with the Connecticut Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Act, Connecticut's municipal wetland officials, and other water resource statutes of the state of Connecticut. Email: sftessitore@yahoo.com, 860-262-1748

Joseph R. Theroux* – Private Consultant 
AS, BS Forest Management, University of Maine. Experience: 25 years experience forestry and natural resource management, 10 years wetland delineation, 10 years wetlands regulation enforcement. Presently: Owner Theroux Forestry and Soil Science, providing forestry services, wetland delineations (Federal & State methodology), environmental impact assessments, site plan evaluation, E&S control, site monitoring and permitting assistance. 860-428-7992. P.O. Box 32, 426 Shetucket Tpke. Voluntown, CT 06384 e-mail: joetheroux426@comcast.net

Bruce Thompson – Society Member, Founding Member
BS Forestry Management and MS Forestry Soils, University of Massachusetts. Experience: Forty-two years soil survey, USDA-NRCS in Massachusetts, Missouri, and the ten State Glaciated Northeast. From 1995-2008, State Soil Scientist and MLRA Team Leader, USDA. Presently: Retired, January 2008. Email MLRA12@aol.com

James D. Turenne – Federal Employee 
BS Resource Development (Soil Science), University of Rhode Island, Soil Science Institute, Raleigh, NC. CPSSc (ARCPACS), Experience: Thirty years soil survey in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, USACOE Regulatory IV Wetland Delineation Instructor, member of the New England Technical Committee for Hydric Soils. Presently: Assistant State Soil Scientist, USDA-NRCS for Rhode Island (401) 822-8830. 60 Quaker Lane, Suite 46, West Warwick, RI. 02886 e-mail: jim.turenne@ri.usda.gov

Kyle A. Turoczi* - Private Consultant 
BS Environmental Science, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. MS Natural Resources, Antioch New England. Presently: Co-Owner, Earth Tones LLC, Native Plant Nursery and Landscapes, 212 Grassy Hill Road Woodbury, CT. 06798 Available for wetland mitigations, enhancements, construction, environmental assessments, and maintenance services with a focus on environmentally healthy practices. Over 400 species of CT grown Native Plants (203) 263-6626 e-mail: Earthtones@charter.net www.earthtonesnatives.com

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Stephen Wallace – Private Consultant 
BS, Natural Resource Conservation, University of Connecticut. Graduate soil science courses, University of Connecticut. Experience: Eighteen years environmental work – both private and governmental. Presently: Principal Soil Scientist, Northern Soils, specializing in soil taxonomy and classification and wetland delineation (860) 974-2358. 321C Perrin Road, Woodstock, CT 06281 e-mail: northernsoils@netscape.net

Margaret Washburn – Private Consultant 
BS and MS Agronomy, University of Connecticut. MA Approved Soil Evaluator. Presently: Since 1996, Principal Soil Scientist, Washburn Wetland Consulting LLC, specializing in representing clients at public hearings for Notices of Intent, wetland delineation, wetland replication and restoration, peer review for municipalities, soil mapping, plan review, environmental impact assessments, restoration of endangered species habitat, state and local environmental permitting, erosion and sediment control monitoring, deep hole test pit descriptions and percolation testing. (860) 428-8424. 19 Wolf Den Road, Pomfret Center, CT 06259-2022 e-mail: washburnwetland@gmail.com

Timothy G. Welling* – Private Consultant 
BSA Agronomy, University of Georgia; MS Soil and Plant Science, University of Connecticut. Soil Scientist since 1983 performing services including: wetland delineations, environmental assessments, soil descriptions, permeability testing for on-site sewage disposal, site plan evaluations, permit applications, and public hearings. Currently, Assistant Professor in the Math, Computer and Physical Science Department at Dutchess Community College, 103 Heritage Road, Clinton Corners, NY. 12514 (845) 431-8535

Wesley J. Wentworth P.E.* - Private Consultant 
BS Civil Engineering, University of Connecticut. Soil science courses, University of Connecticut. Experience: Sixteen years in commercial and residential land development including subdivisions, site design, wetlands delineation, soil suitability analysis for on-site septic treatment, storm drainage discharge and permitting approvals. Presently: Principal/ Professional Engineer & Soil Scientist, Wentworth Civil Engineers, LLC (860) 642-7255. 177 West Town St., Lebanon, CT 06429 e-mail: wes@lebanongreen.com

David T. Williams* - Consulting Firm Employee 
BA Geology, Hartwick College; Graduate studies in geology, West Texas State University and in soil science, University of Connecticut, Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP), Certified Professional Geologist (CPG), Registered Sanitarian (CT). Experience: Over 20 years experience in environmental consulting and environmental management. Presently: Environmental Claims Manager, Energi Inc. 20 Ketchum Street, Suite 202, Westport, CT 06880;Work: 978-531-1822, ext. 853; dwilliams@energi.com

Jeremy D. Willcox* – State Employee
BS Environmental Earth Science Eastern Connecticut State University (2011) and MS Natural Resources University of Connecticut (2013). Over one year experience as Environmental Scientist with consulting firm. Presently: Since 2014, Transportation Planner for Connecticut Department of Transportation specializing in stormwater management, permitting, and wetland delineations. Phone: 860-594-2934. 2800 Berlin Turnpike, Newington, CT 06111. Email: Jeremy.Willcox@ct.gov

Joshua H. Wilson* - Consulting Firm Employee
BA Biology, Connecticut College; MESc Wetland and Watershed Management, Yale University; Soil science courses, University of Connecticut, University of Massachusetts; Experience: Environmental Scientist, Fuss & O'Neill, Inc., specializing in State and Federal inland and tidal wetland delineation, ecological evaluation, vernal pool surveys, water resource and watershed assessments, environmental impact evaluations, ecological risk assessments, and State and Federal reporting and permitting. (860) 646-2469. 146 Hartford Road, Manchester, CT. Email: jwilson@fando.com

William R. Wright – Society Member, Founding Member
BS Soil Science, University of Wisconsin; MS and PhD Soil Genesis and Classification, University of Maryland. Experience: Twenty-seven years teaching and research in soil science. Associate Dean, College of the Environment and Life Sciences, University of Rhode Island. Presently: Retired. 821 Saratoga Street, Willard, MO 65781

Richard V. Zulick – Private consultant
B.S. Natural Resource Management & Engineering - University of Connecticut
Professional Soil Scientist since 1994 specializing in Wetland Delineations, Mapping and Permitting. 400 Nott Highway, Ashford, CT. 06278 Phone (c) 860-428-9355 (o) 860-4291918
Email – rvzulick@hotmail.com

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Qualifications and Standards

PROFESSIONAL MEMBER STATUS:
Requires a baccalaureate degree with thirty semester-hours, or equivalent, in biological, physical, chemical, and earth sciences, including at least fifteen semester-hours of soil science courses meeting the following distribution, and approval of the Board of Directors.

  • A minimum of three credits in Soil Genesis, Classification, Morphology, and Mapping; and

  • The remaining soil science courses in at least three of the following six categories: Introductory Soil Science, Soil Chemistry/Fertility, Soil Physics, Soil Microbiology/Biochemistry, Soil Survey Interpretations/Soils and Land Use/Soils and the Environment, Geology/Independent Study/Seminar, (three-credit maximum). Course(s) must be related to Soil Science. And

  • Requires three years of professional experience, or equivalent, in Soil Science that meets the approval of the Board of Directors.

BASIC MEMBER STATUS:
Requires the educational background as outlined for Professional Member Status, but does not meet the three-year professional experience requirement.