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Michèle Grenier Joins New England Environmental as Senior Scientist

AMHERST — New England Environmental Inc. (NEE) is announced that Michèle Grenier has joined its Amherst office as a senior scientist.

Grenier is a professional wetland scientist, a certified wetland scientist, and an associate wildlife biologist, and is also OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER certified. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology from Cornell University and an master’s degree in biology from Cornell University. Grenier has more than 20 years of experience in environmental consulting. Her experience includes state and federal wetland and riverfront delineation, wildlife-habitat evaluations, functions and values assessment, vernal-pool identification, and municipal, state, and federal permitting. She currently serves on the Conservation Commission in the town of Dracut.

With offices in Amherst and Middlefield, Conn., NEE is a full-service environmental consulting firm with nearly three decades of extensive, in-house expertise in environmental assessment, restoration, and management, boasting a staff of 30.