Gulf of Maine Coastal Program
Northeast Region

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We offer expertise in coastal Maine ecology, conservation biology, GIS and database management, habitat restoration, protection and assessment techniques, federal grant writing, and outreach.



Project Leader - vacant

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Bill Bennett - Fish and Wildlife Biologist

Habitat Assessment and Restoration of stream and wetland ecosystems for diadromous fish and at-risk species
207-781-8364 x 15


Cheryl Boisvert - Administrative Assistant

Office administration.
(207) 781-8364 x 10

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Bob Houston - Senior Fish and Wildlife Biologist

Habitat protection, GIS, database management, computer systems management and coordination, seabird island restoration.
(207) 781-8364 x 11

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Sandra Lary - Senior Fish and Wildlife Biologist

Endangered Species Program-Northeast Region, diadromous fish, coastal and saltmarsh habitat
(207) 781-8364 x 19

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Kirstin Underwood - Fish and Wildlife Biologist

Aquatic connectivity, Maine Stream Temperature Network, urban habitat restoration, youth outreach.
(207) 781-8364 x 7



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Alex Abbott - GIS Analyst, Cartographer and Fish Passage Specialist

Stream barrier assessment, GIS analysis and mapping, restoration design and construction oversight.
(207) 781-8364 x 21


Last updated: September 24, 2018

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