Meet our new Assistant Director

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

The need for informed river management and conservation in Vermont is increasing, especially in the wake of the 2011 floods.  To help increase VRC’s capacity to respond to these needs, the VRC Board has modified the organization’s structure, and welcomes Lydia Menendez as the new Assistant Director.

Lydia Menendez

Lydia comes to VRC with eight years experience as an environmental educator, four years experience implementing waste reduction and organics reclamation programs in central Vermont, and two years experience directing the Land Stewardship Program at the University of Vermont, where she earned her Master’s in Natural Resources.  She co-chairs the Middlesex Town Forest Stewardship Committee, and is committed to conserving and stewarding land and water resources in Vermont.  Welcome aboard Lydia!

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