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Susan Toch has developed a wide variety of ecosystem hydrology, and community watershed strategies.

Toch, S. Connecting Natural Areas and Urban Needs: A Role for Watershed Management in Water Quality Control in Environmental Awareness, pp. 131-137, Vol. 19, N0. 4, October-December, 1996, The International Society of Naturalists (INSONA), India.

Toch, Susan Lisa, Water To Drink: Sustaining Watersheds and the People Who Need Them, in Personal, societal and ecological values of wilderness: Sixth World Wilderness Congress Proceedings on research, management, and allocation, volume II; 1998 October 24-29, Bangalore, India. Proc. RMRS-P-14. Ogden, UT: Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.

Toch, Susan. Connections Between Land Use, Water Quality and Human Health: A Role for Watershed Management in Water Quality Control ((Dec. 1994) in Diverse Values: Seeking Common Ground. Northwest Regional Symposia Idaho Riparian Cooperative, Boise, Idaho, pp. 85-93

IUCN/Toch, S. Water or Wisdom: Looking Through the California Drought in Water Resources Management and Natural Areas, (1992) an IUCN publication

Toch, Susan, Local Attitudes and Guanacaste National Park, Costa Rica (;Nov. 1992) in Tropical Diversity 92-10, Organization for Tropical Studies.

Toch, S. A Balance Between Conservation and Development: Watershed Management in Rural Vermont (Oct. 1991) Proceedings: Eastern Regional Groundwater Issues, National Waterworks Association, Portland, Maine.

Toch, Susan, Morgan Hill Recycles: A Guide to Office Paper Recycling (1991) Environmental Programs Division, (1990) City of Morgan Hill, Ca. Produced with the support of the California Department of Conservation, Division of Recycling. pp. 20.

Toch, Susan (Author and Editor) . Integrating Resource and Community Issues: An Implementation Strategy, St.. John, USVI (Oct. 1990) Published with the support of the Virgin Islands National Park. pp. 166.

Toch, An Approach to Ecological Management (Aug. 1988) Connectivity in landscape ecology. Proceedings of 2nd International Seminar, Munstersche, Geographische, Germany.

WWF/ Toch, S. The Coral Reef Teacher's Guide Narrated Slide Show (May, 1986) in cooperation with World Wildlife Fund Latin American/Caribbean Environmental Education and Training Division. Distributed throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.

WWF/Toch, S. Authored Ecology chapter in cooperation with World Wildlife Fund in A Secondary Teacher's Guide to Biosphere Reserves (Jan. 1986) (a UNESCO publication).

WWF/Toch, S. Building Support for Conservation Campaigns in Panama (Feb. 1986) Designed community training workshop for conservation groups in cooperation with World Wildlife Fund.

Toch, S. Road Salt: Health or Hazard, The Belchertown Sentinal. (April, 1984, MA.

Toch, S. Recycling, Manchester Journal (May, 1980), Manchester, Vermont.

Toch, Susan 7he Community as a Natural Resource, in Rutland Herald (May, 1980) Vermont.

Toch, Susan Lisa, A Stream, in The Vermont View (Feb. 1980) Manchester, Vermont.

Subject Specialist

Danube: River of Cooperation, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Managing Watersheds for Human Health, in FreshWater Outlook, Kelowna, British Columbia.

Encountering the Countryside, The New Yorker (Aug. 29, 1989) Interviewed, consulted with author on integrated epidemiological studies, New York.

Agricultural Preservation Strategies in the Ile-de--France Region, France (March, 1988) Researched literature, designed graphics in association with the University of Waterloo and the Social Sciences and Humanities Counsel, Canada.

Cooperative Fellowship Program in Panama (May, 1986) Project design and grant proposals in cooperation with World Wildlife Fund.

Buffer Zone Protection for the Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve, Honduras (March, 1986) Project and grant proposals in cooperation with the Honduran Ecological Association and World Wildlife Fund.

The Summer Youth Employment Program (March, 1980) Initiated, researched and obtained funding for 10 week youth employment program.

Invited Presentations

Water in the Pacific Northwest, WA., November, 2007

United League of Indigenous Nations Treaty ,WA. August, 2007

1st International Congress on Water, Ecosystems and Sustainable Development, Urumqi, China, October, 2006

IV World Water Congress, Mexico City, Mexico, 2005

IUCN Commission Member Delegate: IV World Conservation Congress, Bangkok, Thailand, November, 2004

Delegate and Presenter: V World Parks Congress, Durban, S. Africa, Oct., 2004 Associate: Peruvian Mountains Delegation, Krueger National Park, S. Africa

Sustaining Watersheds and the People Who Need Them, EGS/AGU-EUG Joint Assembly Hydrology Congress, Nice, France, April, 2003

Mountain Forests: Conservation and Management, IUFRO, Vernon, B.C., July, 2002

Sustaining Watersheds through Ecological Forest Management Ecological and Economic Benefits of Mountain Forests, Innsbrook, Austria, June 2002,

Sustaining Waters:Managing Forests for Human Well-being, Integrated Management of Neotropical Rain Forests by Industries and Communities, IUFRO, Balem, Brazil, May, 2002

North American Delegate, International Congress on Mountain Ecosystems, "A Vision for the Future," Cusco, Peru, April, 2001

Bridging the Gap Between Conflict and Resolution: An Ecosystem Approach to Healing, presented at Bridging the Millennia, Bridging Cultural and Legal Traditions, Sto:lo Nations St. Mary’s Center, Mission, B.C., April, 2001

Integrating Natural Landscapes with Human Needs: An Ecological Approach, presented at The Nature Conservancy Landscape Ecology Colloquium, Cornell University, New York, March, 2000.

Diverse Agendas: An Inter-disciplinary Approach to Resources Management, Living With Diversity, 29th International Geographic Congress, Seoul, Korea, August 14-18, 2000

Sustainable Watershed Management: An Integrated Approach, presented at the Sto:lo Nations Peoples of the River Conference, Chilliwack, British Columbia, October, 1999

Sustaining Watersheds and The People Who Need Them, AAAS/Sigma XI Islands and Wildlife of the Northwest Expedition, Sept. 1998

Connecting Land Use, Water Quality and Human Health: Linking Ecological Systems with Human Needs presented to the EPA synergy national tele-conference, Newport, Ore, Sept. 1998

Sustaining Watersheds and the People Who Need Them: From Hydrology to Drinking Water, in The 2nd Symposium on the Hydro-geology of Washington State, Aug., 1997 Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA.

Integrating Resource and Community Issues: Combining Student Work with Local Objectives, in Weaving Connections: Cultures and Environments: Environmental Education and the Peoples of the World, 26th Annual Conference North American Association for Environmental Education, Aug., 1997, Vancouver, B.C.

The Environmental Programs Division: Developing Programs that Work Together, in Weaving Connections: Cultures and Environments: Environmental Education and the Peoples of the World, 26th Annual Conference North American Association for Environmental Education, Aug. 1997, Vancouver, B.C.

Sustaining Watersheds and the People Who Need Them: From Protected Areas to Working Landscapes, Science and Management Professionals Association (SAMPA3) Conference, May, 1997, Calgary, Alberta.

Water or Wisdom: Looking Through the California Drought (Jan. 1992). IV World Congress on Parks and Protected Areas, Caracas, VZ.

Disaster: A Catalyst for Change, St. John, USVI, IV World Congress on Parks and Protected Areas, Jan. 1992, Caracas, VZ.

Habitat Preservation Through Community Integration: An Approach to Ecological Management, Presentation for the International Association of Landscape Ecology, July, 1987, Muenster, Germany.

A Comparative Study of National Conservation Strategies (April, 1986) Research and consultations for presentation at the International conference on the World Conservation Strategy, in cooperation with World Wildlife Fund.

Awards/ Recognitions

EPA Synergy Grant Speaker Series, Newport, Oregon, Aug. 1998 Public Health Traineeship Academic Scholarship, UC Berkeley, 1992-3.

Water Management Research between 22 Western states, USGS, 1991.

Academic Excellence, University of Waterloo, Ontario, 1988.

International Graduate Research, SSHRC, NATO, IAURIF, 1986-88.

Vermont. Education Department Matching grant funding sixteen salaries, equipment, support services, 1981.

Excellence in Program Development, Vermont Department of Education, 1981.

Excellence in Community Service, B'nai, Brith, Chicago IL, 1978.

 
 
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