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Lamonte Garber

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Lamonte Garber

Watershed Restoration Coordinator

Watershed Restoration Group

Contact

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tel. 610-268-2153, ext. 1310
mobile 717-576-3287
970 Spencer Road, Avondale, PA 19311

Interests and Expertise

Lamonte Garber is an experienced conservation professional with decades of achievement in agricultural water quality protection and natural habitat restoration. He coordinates projects which strengthen the environmental performance and economic sustainability of agricultural producers and rural landowners in Pennsylvania. Garber uses a broad suite of tools in his work, including outreach, fundraising, media, project coordination, and on-farm assistance.

Education

  • B.S., agricultural economics and rural sociology. The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
  • Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana.

Professional Experience

  • Watershed restoration coordinator, Stroud Water Research Center, 2014–present.
  • Pennsylvania agriculture program manager, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 2008–2014.
  • Private consultant, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Worked with Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture, Buy Fresh Buy Local, and Blue Ribbon Commission on Lancaster County Agriculture, 2003–2007.
  • Interim executive director and director of Southeast Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture, Millheim, Pennsylvania 2000–2002.
  • Project associate, Environmental Quality Initiatives, Inc., University Park, Pennsylvania, 1999–2000.
  • Pennsylvania agricultural specialist, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1988–1998.

Related News

Focusing on Farms to Safeguard the Delaware River

An article in Edible Philly dives into the effort to protect and restore clean water in the Delaware River watershed by working with farmers.

Soil Health Movement Is Reducing Water Pollution and Farmers’ Costs

“We really want to try to help the scientific community understand what the impact of healthier soils is on delivery of pollutants to waterways.”

A Movement Grows to Help Farmers Reduce Pollution and Turn a Profit

An innovative program is showing farmers how to plant cash crops in buffer zones to help stabilize stream banks and clean up waterways.

Stroud Center Partner Wins Ag Leadership Award

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Fund is dedicated to helping local communities clean up and restore their polluted rivers and streams.

To the Fields We Go!

Stroud™ Water Research Center recently participated in field days to share our knowledge about farming for clean fresh water.

Fifty Thousand Reasons Why the Watershed Restoration Program Is Six Years Strong

In the last six years, Stroud Water Research Center has planted nearly 50,000 trees for clean water and healthy streams.
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