Staff

Lindsey Wight, Coordinator

Lindsey serves as the part-time coordinator for both  the Missisquoi River Basin Association and  the Upper Missisquoi and Trout Rivers Wild and Scenic Committee.  A biologist by trade and inclination, Lindsey worked most recently as an environmental consultant, specializing in surveys for endangered bats. She grew up in Brookfield, Vermont, and now resides in Jay, with her husband and their many pets.

Brian Jerose, Technical Adviser

Brian Jerose has acted as the part-time MRBA Technical Advisor since 2001. In this role, he supervises volunteer workdays such as riparian tree plantings. Brian also owns and operates Agrilab Technologies and works with farmers and other business interests on watershed protection and composting projects. He has also been a partner in WASTE NOT Resource Solutions. He has a BA in Political Science from SUNY Geneseo and a MS in Environmental and Resource Engineering from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse. Brian lives in Fairfield with his wife Joanna and daughters Maya and Lucy.

Jaime Tibbits, Conservation Services Manager 

Jaime has worked on small and medium-sized family-owned dairy farms and at the University of Vermont’s research dairy farm. She spent a decade as field supervisor and project manager for a prominent area landscape company. Jaime has spent the last three years working for Agrilab Technologies as a Technical Service provider working with landowners on water quality improvement projects as well as composting projects. Her field experience and ability to effectively communicate compliment her role as conservation services project manager. Jaime’s active membership on the Northwest Solid Waste District Board demonstrates her commitment to waste management, her community and resource conservation.  She received her BA from Johnson State College specializing in Vermont’s landscape, history, and culture. Jaime lives in Faifield, VT with her family where she spends her free time managing a small homestead.

Heather Murphy, ECO AmeriCorps Member 

Heather Murphy will be serving as the MRBA Watershed Outreach Technician for the 2017/2018 service year. A native Vermonter, Heather recently graduated from Johnson State University with a degree in Environmental Science.

 

 

 

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