Sarah Bounty, NepRWA's Environmental Engineer is moving out of state
Check out the article, “Watershed groups handing tech to volunteers for better citizen monitoring”, in the Environmental Monitor, a journal that covers products, projects and trends in the environmental monitoring industry. In the article, author Jeff Gillies mentions the Neponset River Watershed Association’s CWMN Program, and quotes our environmental engineer, Sarah Bounty.
Sarah Bounty has recently joined the Association staff as Environmental Engineer. Sarah studied at the University of New Hampshire and University of Colorado, and has worked at several local engineering consulting firms helping Boston to keep sewer leaks out of rivers, and assisting with drafting the Town of Sharon’s Water Master Plan. Sarah takes over […]