Today, we are speaking with Steve Lundt, the former “Program Lead” for Lakes Appreciation Month created by the North American Lakes Management Society.
NALMS mission is simple, but a powerful one: to forge partnerships among citizens, scientists, and professionals to foster the management and protection of lakes and reservoirs, for today and tomorrow. NALMS does not focus on professionals, academic researchers, or any small interest group alone; rather, NALMS is a melting pot, welcoming anyone interested in lakes.
Steve Lundt is the Senior Water Quality Scientist for Metro Water Recovery. Formed in 1961, Metro Water Recovery is the largest wastewater treatment provider in the Rocky Mountain West.
Steve has worked on lakes and reservoirs for the past 25 years as a Certified Lakes Manager. He has been on the board of NALMS, CLRMA, Barr/Milton Watershed Association, and other lake related organizations. Besides a background in lake monitoring, Steve has a long background in watershed management, public education, and outreach about water quality topics.
For more information on today’s topic, go to our www.lakeseducaiton.org and for more on the North American Lakes Management Society go to: www.nalms.org. Metro Water Recovery can be found at www.metrowaterrecovery.com.
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