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As the creator and maintainer of the newenglandwaterfalls.com website, I welcome your comments, suggestions, feedback, and questions!

I can also:

  • Provide directions if you need them to a few of the waterfalls found within the New England Waterfalls guidebook (when requesting directions, make sure to list the specific waterfalls you need directions to).
  • Help you plan a day or overnight trip to any waterfall in New England.
  • Offer suggestions on other hikes across New England.

Please give me at least 24-48 hours to respond to your email. It is tough to get access to a computer since I am often out on adventures, especially on weekends.

Cheers!

- Greg Parsons

GENERAL QUESTIONS, COMMENTS & REQUESTS FOR DIRECTIONS
Please email me if you have any specific questions or comments about this website, or if you would like to request directions to any waterfalls:

Greg Parsons @ gparsons66@hotmail.com

MEDIA INTERVIEWS (FOR TV/RADIO/NEWSPAPER)
Please email both Kate Watson and myself for all media-related inquiries and interview requests related to the New England Waterfalls guidebook:

Greg Parsons @ gparsons66@hotmail.com
Kate Watson @ kbw782@hotmail.com

Media-related inquiries and interview requests related to the newenglandwaterfalls.com website should only be directed towards Greg Parsons.





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