Cathy Bozek is an aquatic ecologist at The Nature Conservancy in Massachusetts. Her work focuses on partnership-based watershed management and restoration, the use of green infrastructure for storm water management, and restoration of fish passage and river processes through dam removal. Cathy serves on the Advisory Board for the International Conference on Engineering and Ecohydrology for Fish Passage. She has a M.S. in Water Resource Management from the University of New Hampshire and a B.A. in Geology from Colgate University.

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“Schools and businesses were closed for a second day and thousands of residents still couldn’t go home Wednesday as a weakened timber dam threatened to give way and spill a 6-foot surge of water into downtown Taunton.” “Impassable dams have undoubtedly been the immediate cause of the decline of many fisheries, and a …

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