The Watershed Assistance Section (WAS) staff are available to answer your questions. Please refer to list below to see who might best answer your inquiry. Not sure who can help? Contact Barbara McMillan, Watershed Outreach Coordinator at (603)271-7889 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out.
|Staff||What We Can Do For You||Contact Information|
|Eric Williams, Supervisor, Watershed Assistance Section||Eric manages the Watershed Assistance Section, which is responsible for the Section 319 Nonpoint Source Program, road salt reduction, stormwater management, and general technical and financial assistance relative to nonpoint source pollution.||(603) 271-2358
|Steve Landry, Merrimack Watershed Supervisor||Steve provides assistance to municipalities, non-profit organizations, and other Section 319 grant applicants to develop, implement, and measure the success of watershed restoration and protection projects in the Merrimack and Connecticut River Watersheds. He works closely with project partners to focus upon river and stream restoration through selective dam removal and implementation of geomorphology-based plans.||(603) 271-2969
|Sally Soule, Coastal Watershed Supervisor||Sally provides assistance to municipalities, non-profit organizations, and other Section
319 grant applicants to develop, implement, and measure the success of watershed
restoration and protection projects in the Coastal Watershed.
|(603) 559-1517 email@example.com|
|Jillian McCarthy, Stormwater Coordinator||Jillian coordinates the Soak Up the Rain New Hampshire program and provides assistance to municipalities, non-profit organizations, Section 319 grant applicants and others to protect and restore surface waters from the negative impacts of stormwater pollution. Jillian also serves as the 319 Program Quality Assurance Coordinator and provides assistance and review of quality assurance documents for Section 319-funded projects.||(603) 271-8475
|Wendy applies for federal funding through EPA’s Performance Partnership Grant and Section 319 Program Grant and oversees the expenditures of these funds. She assists DES staff in developing and tracking annual work plans through the Performance Partnership Agreement and regular reporting to EPA. She also works with DES and EPA staff to identify and track meaningful environmental indicators to measure program implementation progress.|| (603)271-8861
|Robert Livingston, Nonpoint Source Watershed Specialist||Rob provides assistance and guidance to the Soak up the Rain program, detection and elimination of illicit discharges primarily in the coastal watershed areas, along with investigating nonpoint source pollution complaints, including snow dumping, agricultural residential and urban sources throughout the state.||(603) 271-3398
|Barbara McMillan, Watershed Outreach Coordinator||Barbara provides outreach and education coordination for the Watershed Assistance Section including coordination and maintenance related to the Section's website, blog, press, events, Soak up the Rain NH, and State Revolving Loan Fund. Barbara assists with planning or implementing watershed related outreach and education efforts by providing technical assistance, coordination, and publications, to past, present, and future 319 and 304 (b) grantees and their partners.||(603) 271-7880 or Coastal office at (603) 559-1517
|Jeff Marcoux, Watershed Assistance Specialist||Jeff completes tracking and reporting of project progress, financial information, and performance data. He also tracks maintenance and condition of best management practices, provides support to grantees developing or implementing watershed management plans, and assists with watershed investigations and field work related to Section 319 grant projects.||(603) 271-8862
|Earle Chase, Road Salt Reduction Coordinator||Earle works with the Department of Transportation, Municipal Department of Public Works, private snow plow contractors, parking lot owners, and winter drivers in reducing road salt application in order to meet total maximum daily load requirements for impaired waters in the I-93 expansion area watersheds. He also assists in managing the NH Salt Applicator Voluntary Certification. Under a new law and the interim rules adopted, “certified” salt applicators and the property owners who hire them who follow best management practices for salt reduction are provided with limited liability for damages arising from snow and ice related injuries.||(603) 271-5329
|Lisa provides assistance to many aspects of the Soak Up the Rain program, including program development, field assessments, and project design and installation. Lisa is responsible for stormwater data collection and analysis for the EPA’s quadrennial Clean Watersheds Needs Survey. She also assists with Section 319 grant recipients on project implementation and watershed surveys.||(603) 419-0322
Sally Soule is located at the Coastal Office at: NH Department of Environmental Services, Pease Field Office, 50 International Drive, Suite 200, Portsmouth, NH 03801. Fax (603) 559-1510.
All other WAS staff are located at: NH Department of Environmental Services, 29 Hazen, Concord, NH, 03301. Fax (603) 271-7894.