Massachusetts Coastal Pine Barrens Partnership

Partners

The Massachusetts Coastal Pine Barrens Partnership is under the direction of the Steering Committee. The Southeastern Massachusetts Pine Barrens Alliance (SEMPBA), an all-volunteer non–profit organization, serves as the program administrator.

Pine Barrens Partnership Steering Committee

Heather McElroy

Heather McElroy, Natural Resources Specialist, Cape Cod Commission

Paul Gregory, Management Forester, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation Forestry.

Paul Gregory Pine Barrens Partnership

Tim Simmons, Restoration Ecologist

Tim Simmons, Mass Fish & Wildlife, NHESP at the SEMPBA 2015 Forum

Mary Griffin, Regional Director Southeast, Cape and Islands,
Massachusetts Audubon Society

Mary Griffin, Commissioner Mass Fish & Wildlife honored at the SEMPBA 2015 Regional Conservation Forum

Eric Walberg, Senior Program Leader, Climate Services, Manomet

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James Rassman, Stewardship Coordinator
Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

James Rassman, Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Tonna–Marie Rogers, Coastal Training Program Coordinator, Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Tonna-Marie Rogers

Lee Pulis, Herring Ponds Watershed Association

Lee Pulis, Herring Ponds Waterhshed Association

Consultant to the Massachusetts Coastal Pine Barrens Partnership, Bill Labich, Coordinator of the Regional Conservation Partnership (RCP) Network

Bill Labich, Regional Conservation Partnerships Network at the SEMPBA 2015 Regional Conservation Forum

Coordinators (Southeastern Massachusetts Pine Barrens Alliance)

Sharl Heller, Administrator/ SEMPBA President

Sharl Heller, Coordinator, SEMPBA 

Frank Mand, Coordinator, SEMPBA

Frank Mand

Evelyn Strawn

Evelyn Strawn, Coordinator, SEMPBA

Partnering Organizations