Ms. Nealon holds a Master of Science degree in Wildlife and Fisheries biology from the University of Vermont. She has thirty years of experience working in the environmental field, and is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control. Mary has considerable experience performing stream geomorphic assessments and has designed numerous stream and wetland restoration projects in Vermont. Ms. Nealon has completed several fluvial geomorphology courses from Dave Rosgen focusing on river monitoring, assessment, and design, as well as Phase 2 Stream Geomorphic Assessment training courses in Vermont. Mary lives near Mount Hunger in Middlesex, Vermont with her husband, two sons, and dog, Addie. When she’s not working, you can find Mary hiking, snowshoeing, and enjoying music in the hills of Middlesex.
Ms. Marcucci holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of Vermont with minors in Geospatial Technologies and Forestry. Alex has been involved in river restoration projects, conducted Phase 2 Stream Geomorphic Assessments, and written numerous river corridor plans. Alex excels at field data collection, data reduction and report writing, and geospatial analysis and map preparation. Alex has conducted hydraulic modeling of fluvial systems across Vermont and New Hampshire. She is a Certified Floodplain Manager and holds certificates in wetland delineation and natural shoreland erosion control. In her free time, Alex enjoys hiking, boxing, cooking, and spending time in the mountains and by Lake Champlain.
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