Nick Zemlachenko

Assistant Watershed Protection Specialist

Telephone: 908-730-0270 ext. 233

Nick is the Assistant Watershed Protection Specialist at the New Jersey Water Supply Authority- Watershed Protection Division. Nick assists with the Authority’s River-Friendly programs, terrestrial invasive species projects, watershed protection lands monitoring, along with other outreach efforts. Nick has several years of experience in the environmental and conservation fields, coming to the Water Supply Authority from another non-profit organization, the North Jersey Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Council.

Nick graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Natural Resource Management and Policy, with a Minor in Business Administration, in 2013 from Paul Smith's College, in the Adirondacks of New York State.

Nick has experience in a wide range of environmental projects and related-roles, inclusive of: environmental planning, invasive species, green infrastructure, fish and wildlife surveying and studies, deer management, public education programs, and is a published writer. In his free time when he is not in the office, Nick enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking, powerlifting, and is a life-long outdoorsman.