Presented by David Gould, Director of the Plymouth Department of Environmental Affairs
Join members of HPWA and Wildlands Trust on
Tuesday, July 25, 7pm
at the Wildlands Trust Conservation Barn,
675 Long Pond Rd. Plymouth
This presentation will provide an overview of the restoration projects that the Town of Plymouth has undertaken in the last twenty years to restore riparian, wetland and fisheries habitat with a particular focus on the work at Town Brook, and to increase the climate resiliency of these resources.
David Gould is the Director of the Town of Plymouth Department of Marine and Environmental Affairs (DMEA). He has been with the Town of Plymouth for twenty years working on programs and projects ranging from endangered shorebird management, aquaculture, dredging, and dam removals to wetlands restoration projects. Mr. Gould has been the project manager on the Eel River Headwaters Restoration Project, Wellingsley Brook Restoration Project, Foothills Restoration Project and all of the projects along Town Brook.
David has been instrumental in helping HPWA remediate some of the runoff sites around Great Herring Pond and has supported our water testing program. David is our partner in the Water Management Plan.
Mr. Gould has degrees from Bridgewater State University and Arizona State University. He is the recipient of numerous awards such as the Coastal America Spirit Award, Coastal America Partnership Award and the NOAA Environmental Hero Award.
Please register for this event at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wetland-restoration-talk-with-david-gould-tickets-664889320857?aff=oddtdtcreator.