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We gratefully appreciate the support and assistance of the following individuals in helping us to complete the State of Maine's Environment 2010 report: 

John Picher

Director, Engineering and Realty, Bureau of Parks and Lands

Will Harris

Director, Bureau of Parks and Lands

Eliza Townsend

Commissioner, Department of Conservation

Charlene Daniels

Reservations Manager

Paul Anderson

Maine SeaGrant: Director/Marine Extension Program

Glen Marquis

Project Development Manager, ORPC, Maine

Paul Jacobson

Senior Project Manager, EPRI, Maine

Hannah Dean

Graduate Student, UMASS Boston

Mario Teisl

University of Maine: Orono

Teresa Johnson

University of Maine: Orono

James Levitt

The Program on Conservation Innovation, Harvard Forest

Bill Zoellick

Acadia Partners

Dave Jarvis

Retired Operations Manager, Waste Management

Ted Ames

Penobscot East Resource Center

Stephanie Clement

Friends of Acadia

David MacDonald

Maine Coast Heritage Trust

Kevin Athearn

University of Maine at Machias

Natalie Springuel

College of the Atlantic

Mark Berry

Executive Director, Downeast Lakes Land Trust

Misha Mytar

Maine Bureau of Parks & Lands

Mike Tetreault

The Nature Conservancy

Maggie Shannon

Maine Congress of Lake Associations

Peter Kallin

Belgrade Regional Conservation Alliance

Roy Bouchard

Maine DEP Lake Assessment Program

John McPhedran

Maine Bureau of Land and Water Quality

From Colby College we acknowledg the help of: 

Philip Nyhus

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies

Manny Gimond

GIS and Quantitative Analysis Specialist

Lia Morris

Environmental Studies Coordinator

Russ Cole

Chair, Environmental Studies Program

Douglas Terp

Vice President for Administration and Treasurer, Colby College

Patricia Murphy

Director of Physical Plant, Colby College

Part of this research (State of Lakes) was indirectly supported by the activities of the Belgrade Lakes Watershed Sustainability Project:  Modeling Resilience and Adaptation in the Belgrade Lakes Watershed through a Maine EPSCoR Sustainability Solutions Initiative (SSI) grant to Colby College. No funds from this grant were used in this course, but many of our contatcts are active participants in this project.

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