MEREDITH — Jamie Campbell Irving of Meredith was recently appointed to the Belknap County Conservation District Board of Supervisors by the State Conservation Commission.
Donna Hepp, Conservation District chairman, said, “Jamie is a terrific addition to our board. His education and background in natural resource conservation and passion for helping others match our mission well.”
Since graduating high school in 1998, Jamie has lived and traveled throughout the United States, Caribbean and Central America. After briefly attending college in both Wyoming and Colorado, Jamie returned to New Hampshire to finish an undergraduate degree in environmental studies at Colby-Sawyer College. He continued on to Antioch New England University for a Master of Science in environmental resource management and administration. Jamie has worked with and for a number of non-profit organizations focused on conservation and/or environmental education and eco-literacy. Most recently, Jamie worked with Hidden Resources, a San Diego consulting company on composting initiatives on all scales, from single user to municipal and city-wide programs.
Irving has been on the board of directors for several other organizations, including the Merrimack Valley Assistance Program. He currently works with Watermark Marine Construction, where he is responsible for contracting construction projects in the Lakes Region and related environmental permits. When Jamie isn’t working, he can be found snorkeling or scuba diving most of the year in the lakes and rivers of Central New Hampshire.
Jamie Irving of Meredith was recently appointed to the Belknap County Conservation District Board of Supervisors. (Courtesy photo)