Who We Are...

The Mid-Atlantic Chapter (MAC) of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) is one of the oldest chapters within the IECA. The MAC encompasses Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Washington D.C., making it one of the more densely populated chapters within IECA Region 1. The MAC is an integral resource for anyone in the sediment and erosion control, MS4, stormwater management or surface water restoration industry. 

The MAC IECA provides educational opportunities to better prepare members to address the multitude of environmental issues unique to the Mid-Atlantic region; to establish an informational network within the region in disciplines such as erosion and sediment control, stormwater management, wetland mitigation and stream stabilization; to tap the wealth of knowledge and the resources available in the Mid-Atlantic region and to share experiences and successes with others throughout the world through the IECA and the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the IECA.

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We are the leading association for the stormwater, erosion and sediment control industry. We help professionals develop their skills and further their careers by providing access to unique and relevant content and exclusive member services. Our members represent over 30 countries and 22 fields of professional practice. IECA’s diverse membership supplies a unique network of specialists who are capable of solving a broad range of problems caused by soil erosion and its by-product—sediment.

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IECA advances the standards of practice and connects the erosion control and stormwater management community.


The global alliance enhancing soil and water resources.

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3033 S Parker Rd, Suite 410
Aurora, CO 80014 USA
303-640-7554 | 800-220-3153

Membership has its Benefits

We invite you to discover all that the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) membership can do to further your professional career. IECA membership connects you to a diverse group of individuals from 52 countries who share your concerns and professional challenges. IECA also connects you with local events and information, conferences and field days, networking, education, publications, members-only web site, cost savings, and more. Learn more here...

Kimberly Edelman

Ms. Kimberly Edelman is the newly-elected Secretary for the MAC Board (PA-Representative). Ms. Edelman obtained a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Resource Management and a Minor in Wildlife and Fisheries Science from The Pennsylvania State University in 2002. She is also a Professional Wetland Scientist and a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control. Ms. Edelman has always enjoyed ...

Dan Fisk

My name is Dan Fisk, and I am a MAC IECA Board Member. I am the Past President of the MAC IECA and I enjoy helping shape the great work that the Mid-Atlantic Chapter accomplishes. I’ve been a member and involved with the IECA since 2006 while I was first working toward CPESC and CESSWI certifications. I grew up in the Finger Lakes area of Upstate NY, and spent most of my summers on the St. Lawrence ...