Marie Caduto

Growing up in southeastern Massachusetts on a combination of ocean, lake and stream, Marie moved to Vermont in 1988 and has been working in and on Vermont’s environment ever since.  She has taught natural history for VINS, run a water quality monitoring program in the Connecticut River watershed, worked with farmers on water quality issues, and is currently the Agency of Natural Resources Watershed Coordinator for the southeastern Vermont watersheds.  Marie holds a BS in Biology and an MS Ed. in Environmental Education.  She is married to Michael Caduto, an author.

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