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Nationwide Permits, Waters of the U.S., and 401 Water Quality Certification, are just a few of the “hot topic” items that we will  be discussing during this presentation and panel discussion. Information will be presented by experts from around the country, with a focus on regional considerations and practical project recommendations  

Moderators + Panelists

Noah Greenberg
SWCA

Noah Greenberg

Technical Director, Water Resources

Noah's core areas of focus include Clean Water Act jurisdictional and regulation under Sections 303, 401, 402, and 404; hydrology and water supply planning; water quality and watershed science; and ecological restoration.

Rick Howard
SWCA

Rick Howard

Senior Project Manager

Rick has more than a decade of experience in watershed management, wetland establishment, water monitoring, ecological surveys, water quality research, and project management. 

Bonnie Rogers
SWCA

Bonnie Rogers

Natural Resources Project Manager

Bonnie specializes in managing waters permit efforts, preparing technical documents, providing recommendations, and conducting agency and client coordination, with expertise in federal permitting, NEPA, wetland delineation, coastal actions, and mitigation.

Becky Weissman
SWCA

Becky Weissman

Senior Project Manager

Becky is a Professional Wetland Scientist and a New Hampshire Certified Wetland Scientist with experienc in all phases of the environmental permitting process, including leading wetland and natural resource field assessments, preparing permit applications, and coordinating with regulatory agencies.

Alan Glen
Smith Robertson

Alan Glen

Partner

Alan is an environmental lawyer with a focus on matters arising under Federal environmental laws and particularly those relating to wildlife such as the the Clean Water Act, NEPA, and the Endangered Species Act.

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