The Cumberland County Soil and Water Conservation District provides staffing support to the Governing Board to implement the Watershed Management Plan on their behalf. The CCSWCD staff providing assistance are:
Troy has more than 20 years of experience in civil and environmental engineering and science with a focus on stream ecology and hydrology.
Chris joined the District in 2013 after serving as District Manager at the Penobscot County Soil & Water Conservation District for 16 years. Chris manages the finances for the Long Creek Watershed Management District and assists with program outreach.
Scott joined the District in 2015 and brings more than 10 years of stormwater management experience from working in the private sector and at Maine DEP. He also pioneered the use of dogs to detect human waste in stormwater runoff.
Adam is a Maine native and a recent graduate of the University of Maine’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He has experience in wastewater and stormwater fields and is a member of the District’s Technical Team. Adam supports the ongoing efforts in Long Creek and other clean water projects. Prior to joining the District, Adam was an intern at Portland Water District and Veazie Sewer District.
Aubrey comes to the District with more than a decade of experience with municipal stormwater management. She is a registered Professional Engineer in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts and has held leadership roles in state and regional professional organizations, including the Maine Water Environment Association (2014 President) and New England Water Environment Association (2015 Stormwater Committee Chair).
Damon joined the District in 2014 and brings extensive community planning experience to the team. Damon has his Master’s Degree in Community Planning and Development from USM’s Muskie School.