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Michael Nardolilli – Potomac River Drought Planning

Posted on September 8th

This year’s dry spring and summer months have led to a very low flow in the Potomac River, the main source of drinking water in the Washington area.  With the flow near record lows, local governments in the Washington Area are moving forward on drought monitoring and planning using a system developed over the past several decades by the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin (ICPRB). The Executive Director of ICPRB is Michael Nardolilli, our speaker for September 8.

Michael joined the ICPRB as its Executive Director on April 1, 2019. Previously, Mr. Nardolilli served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, President of the Arlington Outdoor Lab, Executive Director of the Montgomery Parks Foundation, President of the C&O Canal Trust, and President of the Northern Virginia Conservation Trust.  Michael has a JD from the College of William & Mary and a BSFS from Georgetown University.

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