Peter Linderoth

Water Quality Program Manager

Peter joined Save the Sound in 2015 as the Water Quality Program Manager. In this role he actively generates and processes data to garner a better understanding of the water quality challenges that currently face the Western Long Island Sound basin. This undertaking is accomplished with CFE/Save the Sound staff and a dedicated corps of Citizen Scientists that are just as eager as Peter to identify and remediate threats to a sustainable future for Long Island Sound.

Peter has a B.A. in Environmental Studies from the University of California Santa Barbara and a M.S. in Environmental Science and Management from Sacred Heart University.

Peter worked in the Education and Science Departments at the Bruce Museum prior to joining the team at Save the Sound. Peter currently serves as Director of Education on The Friends of Greenwich Point Board of Directors, Committee Chair on the Village of Mamaroneck Marine Education Center Advisory Committee, and Alternate Member on the Town of Greenwich Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency.

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