We are excited to announce two new members of CFRTAC!
In February 2017, Katie Garcin was hired to serve as one of our Technical Advisors. Katie's role will include public outreach, coordination with the State agencies, technical review and technical advising to landowners and stakeholders whose property is part of the cleanup activities. Katie is currently working for Weston Solutions, a private firm located in Helena, but has 5 years of prior experience working for the State of Montana DEQ as a Project Manager on the Clark Fork River cleanup.
Andy Fischer became a new member of the CFRTAC Board in June 2017. Andy is currently a Project Manager for the Clark Fork River Coaltion. Based out of Deer Lodge, Andy brings a wealth of knowledge when it comes to working with stakeholder groups, water rights, and monitoring project effectiveness, among many other things. Andy's familiarity with the project will be a major asset to the Board and members of the community as the cleanup moves forward. We are excited to have Andy as part of the CFRTAC team!
CFRTAC is currently working to re-engage and increase community involvment regarding the Clark Fork River Federal Superfund cleanup. Our goal as a group, is to provide information on upcoming activities, as well as provide technical support. We will be working closely with the State of Montana Department of Environmental Quality and the Natural Resource Damage Program as they develop the schedule and timeframes for upcoming work.
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