Concerned Citizens In New Hampshire Turn To "Let's Talk Waterways" Expert For Help

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A group of concerned citizens in New Hampshire reach out for assistance from "Let's Talk Waterway's" expert (http://www.letstalkwaterways.com) in order to form new Watershed Association geared to bring national resources to local New Hampshire watershed communities in crisis.

Concerned Citizens For New Hampshire Waterways (CCNHW), a newly-formed Watershed Association located in Manchester, New Hampshire, is well-positioned to help New Hampshire tackle some of its major waterway clean-up and marine wildlife conservation efforts. According to Jay Barden, the Executive Director of CCNHW, to help him in establishing and implementing the plans for his organization, he turned to Monica Coleman, an associate at Public Sector Consulting Group and the champion of the "Let's Talk Waterways" Program (http://www.letstalkwaterways.com). "Ms. Coleman has been invaluable in helping us to set up and implement our organization," Mr. Barden said. "Our General Counsel reviewed her work and said it is impeccable," he added.

Mr. Barden met Ms. Coleman in Washington, DC, in April, where he had traveled to Capital Hill to attempt to find someone to help with the devastating water issues plaguing his home State of New Hampshire. "I think that our leaders are doing the best they can based on their limited resources", Mr. Barden explains, "but they needed some help from National resources". Indeed, Mr. Barden appears to have found the right person, as Monica Coleman and the "Let's Talk Waterways" Program is dedicated to bringing national resources in waterway clean-up and marine wildlife conservation to communities throughout North America.

Ms. Coleman, a watershed management and marine wildlife conservation troubleshooter, has already assisted CCNHW in choosing a name, establishing their website, becoming a Watershed Association, establishing a government affairs program, designing a business plan that is not only user friendly, but may also be useful in government communications and funding procurement. She has also helped CCNHW to establish easy to use policy and procedure manuals to share with others within their organization to help achieve CCNHW goals. "Recognizing that we are a new organization, Ms. Coleman gave us quality work, but did not gouge us with a lot of up-front fees in helping us to get established," Mr. Barden adds, as he explained all the services that she has already provided.

"I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Mr. Barden," Ms. Coleman says, clearly showing mutual admiration. "He has tremendous energy, a real working sense of what is needed, and an ability to bring together the people who can get the job done." Currently serving as their Government Affairs and Association Management Consultant, Ms. Coleman says she is looking forward to a long-term relationship with CCNHW.

About "Let's Talk Waterways" Expert: Monica Coleman, JD, an associate with Public Sector Consulting Group, has a mission to help communities throughout North America tackle their waterway clean-up and marine wildlife conservation efforts. With a Bachelors of Science degree from The Johns Hopkins University in economics and finance, a law degree from University of Maryland, and training from nationally-acclaimed watershed management experts (including funding sources), Ms. Coleman is equipped to champion the cause for small communities and watershed associations throughout North America, determined to help them access nationally acclaimed, successful watershed resources so that every community can clean-up, restore and conserve their natural resources for the betterment of our world.

For more information on the "Let's Talk Waterways" Program,

visit http://www.LetsTalkWaterways.com

For more information on Concerned Citizens For New Hampshire Waterways, visit http://www.ccnhw.org.

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