Press Release

WCA is partnering with the Association of Reef Keepers’, Ridge to Reef Programme to design stormwater management features for the new British Virgin Islands Humane Society facility on Tortola.

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Watershed Consulting Associates, with local partner Aldrich + Elliott will be working with MS4 partners within the Sunderland and Indian Brook watersheds to develop a 20-year Flow Restoration Plan (FRP).  The watersheds are urbanized, located within the Town and Village of Essex as well as some coverage in the Town of Colchester, and are classified… Read more »

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Watershed Consulting Associates with local partner Aldrich + Elliott have been selected to complete  the Rugg Brook Flow Restoration Plan(FRP) for the City and Town of St. Albans under a grant managed by the Northwest Regional Planning Commission (NRPC). Rugg  Brook is listed on the EPA impaired waters list, located primarily in the Town of… Read more »

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Watershed Consulting will be working for the City of South Burlington, VT to assess, model, and design stormwater retrofits for the Bartlett Brook watershed. The watershed is small and highly-urbanized. It is listed as a stormwater-impaired waterway and is subject to a flow-based TMDL cleanup plan. Watershed will be developing this 20-year cleanup plan to… Read more »

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Watershed will be co-hosting a green stormwater infrastructure workshop with the Center for Watershed Protection April 22-23, 2014.

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Rice Brook

Watershed Consulting Associates has moved – on the Web and on the ground!

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Our Services

Green Stormwater Infrastructure

GSI is the next generation of stormwater management that utilizes the natural hydrologic cycle on developed lands.


Permitting has evolved to become much more complex and site specific and demands experienced attention and knowledge of tools and changing regulatory environment.

Training & Outreach

Sharing information with those who want and need it is a privileged role.

River Management

Rivers are the arteries of a landscape, from babbling headwater streams to raging white water in steep mountain valleys and lazy watercourses making their way through the plains.

Master Planning

Addressing problems of the past in coordination with visioning for the future

Water Quality Monitoring & Research

Water connects us to one another and to the natural world in ways that no other resource can.