Tammy Swinney, District Manager
Tammy began working for the Gallatin Local Water Quality District in 2000 as the Water Quality Specialist conducting groundwater and surface water monitoring along with educational outreach. She has been the District Manager since 2013. Tammy received a B.S. degree in Biological Sciences with an emphasis on water resources and molecular biology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She serves on several local and statewide committees, including the Montana Wetland Protection Advisory Council, is past-president of the Montana Section American Water Resources Association, and was a founding member of the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council where she served 14 years on the board of directors. When not at work, Tammy can be found in the mountains, skiing, biking and trekking the world.
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Christine Miller, Water Quality Specialist – Hydrogeologist
Christine is from Wyoming and Idaho. She graduated from Montana State University with a B.Sc. in Land Resource Analysis and Management including a minor in GIS. She also earned a M.Sc. in Land Resources and Environmental Sciences from Montana State University. Prior to working for the GLWQD, Christine worked on various environmental projects including reclamation monitoring in the oil & gas fields of Wyoming, measuring greenhouse gas emissions from thawing arctic permafrost in western Alaska, mapping irrigation ditches of the Gallatin Valley and studying groundwater nitrate in central Montana. She has been with the GLWQD since 2014. When she is not working with water issues in Gallatin County, she enjoys skiing and mountain biking.
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Torie Haraldson, Water Quality Tech Specialist
Torie came to Bozeman from northern Michigan in 2008, and completed her MS degree at Montana State University in Land Resources and Environmental Sciences. She joined the GLWQD staff in 2014. Torie enjoys working with the fabulous group of water resource professionals within the Gallatin watershed and across the State of Montana, and considers GLWQD’s collaborative efforts to be among the best aspects of her job. Torie’s water resources background includes work with MSU Extension Water Quality and Great Lakes Environmental Center. She enjoys hiking, biking and camping with her husband and daughter, and attempts to garden in spite of Montana’s challenging climate.
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|Glen Clements||Manhattan Town Council|
|Dr. Doug Chandler||City of Bozeman “At-Large”|
|Dr. Steve Custer, Chair||Gallatin County Board of Health|
|Chris Mehl||Bozeman City Commission|
|Jim Lovell||Town of Manhattan “At-Large”|
|John Schutter||Gallatin Conservation District|
|Kathy Gallagher||City of Belgrade “At-Large”|
|Kristine Menicucci||Belgrade City Council|
|Don Seifert||Gallatin County Commission|