In our daily lives we are constantly exposed to ever-changing mixtures of chemicals, and existing tools for figuring out how these chemical mixtures affect our health are not necessarily comprehensive. This is largely because they do not…Blair Paulik, PhD
Like many small, rural communities, Cathlamet, Washington, is transitioning from dependence upon commercial fishing and timber jobs to new methods of economic development, in part relying on a healthy tourism industry to keep the town’s…James Maul, RG, LG
For some, environmental compliance means just checking a box. To Amy Peccia, MFA’s new Senior Environmental Scientist, it’s more than that. “At MFA, it’s not just about meeting regulations. One of the most rewarding things about my job is…Kathy J. Lombardi, PE
Results for "2014"
A Patriot Award in recognition of MFA’s support of Maj. Andrew Vidourek was recently presented to Southwest Washington Operations Director Alistaire Clary. Vidourek, a staff geologist at MFA, serves as a National Guardsman. The award…James Maul, RG, LG
Evidence of the city and Port of Kalama’s successful collaboration on an underway project was publicly presented in the form of a 2014 Smart Communities Award. The Spencer Creek Business Park and a new, nearby multi-use recreational facility…James Maul, RG, LG