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Kyla Bennett

New England PEER’s Director and PEER’s Director of Science Policy, Kyla previously worked at EPA Region 1 for 10 years as a wetland permit reviewer and as the Region’s Wetlands Enforcement Coordinator. Kyla first became involved with PEER in the mid-1990s, when she became a whistleblower herself. Kyla has a Ph.D. in ecology from the University of Connecticut and a law degree from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. Her familiarity with science, the law, and the inner workings of state and federal governmental agencies enable her to assist public environmental employees throughout New England.

Delray Deputy Utility Manager Cashiered   

by Kirsten Stade | May 27, 2021
Troubled Florida Water Utility Faces Gauntlet of Public Health Challenges ...

Florida Issues Drinking Water Safety Citations 

by Kirsten Stade | January 21, 2021
Delray Plagued by Persistent Contamination with Partially Treated Sewage ...

New EPA Lead and Copper Rule Inadequate

by Kirsten Stade | December 23, 2020
Final Rule Perpetuates Risk to Minority Communities ...

More PFAS Found in Maryland Water and Seafood  

by Kirsten Stade | November 16, 2020
Maryland Must Set Health Standards for Toxic “Forever Chemical ...

PEER Testifies Before Colorado Oil and Gas Commission

by Kyla Bennett | September 4, 2020
Kyla Bennett testified in front of the Colorado Oil and Gas Commission to require a robust analysis of the impacts of oil and gas development ...