Kim Greenwood

Kim Greenwood has a long history of water protection in Vermont. She grew up on and in the White River in East Randolph with a favorite swimming hole nearby. During and after college, she analyzed water, soil and sludge samples in a laboratory for many years. She has worked as a Water Quality Engineer for the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation and currently serves as Staff Scientist in the water program of the Vermont Natural Resources Council. She lives with her husband Ian in the shadow of Camel’s Hump.

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Introducing VRC’s 2021 summer swimming hole steward, Reilly Butler!

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Staff Departure, Year-End Review and More in our Latest Newsletter

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Maggie Citarella’s visit to the North Branch Cascades

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North Branch Cascades Trail is Open!

This has been a very popular time for the one-mile ... more »

River Access video featuring our own Noah Pollock!

Here’s a wonderful video created by Lake ... more »

Privy installed at the North Branch Cascades Trail

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