Milt has attended PALMS conferences and given presentations off and on for many years. He has served as a regional director since 2010. Milt has an undergraduate degree in zoology from the University of Vermont and a Master's and Ph.D. degree in biology (focus on limnology) from the University of Waterloo. He did a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship at McGill University applying phosphorus loading models to subarctic lakes. Milt's work experience includes the Vermont Department of Water Resources, and environmental consulting with Sheppard T. Powell Associates. He has been a professor of biology at Allegheny College for the past 30+ years, teaching courses in ecology, limnology, and statistics. When he has free time, Milt enjoys hiking, camping, boating, reading American history and philosophy, and gardening. Lake Champlain is his favorite lake.
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