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At the New Jersey Highlands Coalitions’ Seventh Annual Golf Outing this week, Princeton Hydro’s Co-founder and Vice President Mark Gallagher was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award. The award recognizes an exceptional professional career and/or lifetime of work spent protecting the environmental, cultural, natural, and scenic resources of the State of New Jersey, in particular in the New Jersey Highlands.
“It is truly an honor to receive this award,” said Mark Gallagher. “ I am grateful for the opportunity to partner with such an awesome organization dedicated to protecting the New Jersey Highlands landscape, and I look forward to continuing our work together.”
Mark is a pioneer in the field of restoration ecology, and helped get the conservation science movement off the ground in the 1980s. For more than two decades, he has overseen wetland and terrestrial ecology projects at Princeton Hydro, including many complex restoration projects that require unique solutions. He is extremely knowledgeable about local, state, and federal regulations, especially when it comes to ecological impact. Mark has made a positive impact on water quality and wildlife, designing and permitting hundreds of acres of restoration, mitigation, and enhancement projects throughout the Northeast.
“Mark is passionate about his work. He is smart and creative and a true pleasure to work with,” said Julia Somers, Executive Director of the NJ Highlands Coalition. “We all appreciate his expertise, knowledge, kindness towards others, and his generosity of his time.”
The NJ Highlands Coalition aims to protect, enhance and promote the vital water and other natural and cultural resources of the New Jersey Highlands to sustain current and future generations. Princeton Hydro and the NJ Highlands Coalition have been working together for a decade on regulatory compliance reviews, environmental impact analyses, and stormwater management projects.
“To me, Princeton Hydro is one of the most important environmental engineering firms in the state, and that is because we share values,” exclaimed Julia Somers. “Delightfully, we always seem to be representing the same side of issues, which is not common among environmental engineering companies and environmental organizations. It is our great pleasure to be able to recognize Mark Gallagher, who is truly deserving of this recognition.”
Princeton Hydro is proud sponsor of the golf tournament and grand luncheon, which took place at Hawk Pointe Golf Club in Washington, NJ. Hawk Pointe Golf Club was chosen for this event because it’s a unique setting that incorporates the landscape of the Highlands into the course and uses some of the best-available technology to recycle water and manage its footprint. The 72-par golf course features 18 holes in a beautiful natural area surrounded by wetlands, dense woods, historical landmarks, and glimpses of wildlife.
Princeton Hydro is committed to improving our ecosystems, quality of life, and communities for the better. The firm was formed in 1998 with the specific mission of providing integrated ecological and engineering consulting services. Offering expertise in natural resource management, water resources engineering, geotechnical design & investigation, and regulatory compliance, our staff provides a full suite of environmental services throughout the Northeast for the public and private sectors.
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