Julie Moore is the Water Resources Group Leader at Stone Environmental, an environmental consulting firm headquartered in Montpelier, Vermont. Julie has led numerous watershed planning and assessment projects, and has a deep understanding of water quality concerns associated with runoff from agricultural areas and developed lands. She has a wide variety of experience engaging the public in watershed management programs and activities. Prior to joining Stone in 2011, Julie spent seven years at the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) where she led the state’s efforts to reduce phosphorus pollution in Lake Champlain. Since leaving state service, Julie has volunteered in various capacities with organizations dedicated to improving Vermont’s water resources, including: as Chair of the Friends of Northern Lake Champlain Advisory Council; on the Board of Directors of both the Friends of the Winooski River and Watersheds United; and as an Associate Supervisor with the Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District. Most recently, Julie was appointed by Governor Shumlin to a second three-year term on the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) on the Future of Lake Champlain and elected Chair.
Julie earned a B.S. in civil engineering, cum laude, from the University at Buffalo and an M.S. in environmental science and policy from the Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University.
Julie lives in Middlesex, Vermont with her husband, Aaron, and their two children.