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Join us for the 2015 Maine Stormwater Conference

Maine Stormwater Confrece LogoThe conference be November
16 - 18, 2015 at the Portland Marriott at Sable Oaks, in South Portland.

Complete details are available on the Conference website.


 

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CCSWCD is Hiring a Full Time Civil/Stormwater/Environmental Engineer

The Cumberland County Soil & Water Conservation District is hiring a Full Time engineer to support stormwater and development review programs throughout the County. Responsibilities will include all aspects of project management and development review; construction management and oversight; supporting other District staff in developing and implementing a variety of projects ranging from watershed restoration to municipal infrastructure; and providing technical expertise to District projects and partners. BS in civil and/or environmental engineering, 10-15 years of municipal, stormwater and/or site civil engineering experience, P.E. required. Prior experience working on municipal and grant projects (and CPESC) a plus. Position is 40 hours/week, some evenings/weekends required (limited and flexible). Click here for the full job description. Submit a resume, cover letter and 3 references as one pdf by 3 pm August 31, 2015 to Robyn Saunders. (No phone calls). CCSWCD is an equal opportunity employer.

There Will Be Mayhem

We are excited to offer Mudflat Mayhem, a new clean water education program, to home school students this fall! This 6-week lesson series includes five 1-hour classroom lessons and one 2-hour field trip to a Casco Bay mudflat.

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Students will:

  • Visualize how pollution flows off land
  • Model how nutrients affect the pH of the marine environment
  • Learn how people living farm from the coast can affect Casco Bay

Topics covered will also include "coastal acidification," the gulf stream and marine debris.

More information is available here.

*No lesson on Columbus Day, October 21

Monthly Board Meeting

The District's Board of Supervisors meet the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at our office in Windham; click here for directions. The public is always welcome to attend. If you require special assistance, please contact Betty McInnes for accommodations.

 


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