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Stormwater Advisory Group

Upcoming SAG Meeting Schedule

  • January 9th, 2023 from 10A-12:30P PST 
  • April 10th, 2023 from 10A-12:30P PST  
  • June 12th, 2023 from 10A-12:30P PST 

If you would like to attend the SAG meetings online, please contact Laurie Larson-Pugh and you will be sent a link. We are happy to have you attend in a listen-only fashion.


The Washington Stormwater Center is honored to have a new Stormwater Advisory Group in 2020. When the WSC was formed in 2010, it hosted a term-limited advisory group to help us get started with our legislative mandates.  That group advised us regarding stakeholders, opportunities, core functions, and audience needs.

Now that the Center is 10 years into its growth, we recognize that a new Advisory Group is necessary as we conduct a retrospective analysis and look forward to evaluating opportunities, constraints, new partnerships, and changes in funding tools.

The advisory group members are as follows and will serve in this capacity through 2022:

Abby Barnes, Washington State Department of Natural Resources

Brian Morgenroth, City of Walla Walla

Catherine Gockel, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10

Eli Mackiewicz, City of Bellingham

Erica Marbet, Squaxin Island Tribe

Grant Gilmore, City of Tumwater

Jason Sullivan, City of Bonney Lake

Jeff Killelea, Washington State Department of Ecology

Kelly Garber, SSA Marine

Larry Schaffner, Thurston County

Lori Blair, The Boeing Company

Nathan Hardebeck, Clean Water Technologies

Tony Bush, Washington State Department of Transportation

Trey George, City of Spokane

Rob Duff, Washington State Department of Commerce

Designate for Statewide Education and Outreach Program Development:

Susan McCleary, City of Olympia

Former SAG Members:

Doug Navetski, King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks

Jana Crawford, Washington State Department of Transportation

Jay Davis, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Karen Dinicola, Washington State Department of Ecology

Michelle Chow, Washington Environmental Council

Mike Martinez, NW Indian Fisheries Commission

Shilo Sprouse, City of Pullman

Steve Roberge, Washington State Department of Commerce