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, Natural Resources Specialist, Cape Cod Commission
Paul Gregory, Management Forester, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation Forestry.
Tim Simmons, Restoration Ecologist.
Mary Griffin, Regional Director Southeast, Cape and Islands, Massachusetts Audubon Society.
Eric Walberg, Senior Program Leader, Climate Services, Manomet.
James Rassman, Stewardship Coordinator Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.
Tonna–Marie Rogers, Coastal Training Program Coordinator, Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.
Lee Pulis, Herring Ponds Watershed Association.
Consultant to the Massachusetts Coastal Pine Barrens Partnership, Bill Labich, Coordinator of the Regional Conservation Partnership (RCP) Network.
Eric Walberg (center), Senior Program Leader, Climate Services, Manomet. Tim Simmons (left), Simmons Stewardship and Conservation Ecology PBP and Steering Committee Member. Karl Honkonen, Forest Watershed Specialist USDA Forest Service and Grant Monitor. Molly Travers, TerraCorps Regional Conservation Coordinator. Lee Pulis, Herring Ponds Watershed Association and PBP Steering Committee Member.
Denise Stowell, artist, designer, emerging expert on native and invasive plants, and a PBP coordinator.
Sharl Heller, Coordinator, SEMPBA.
Frank Mand, Coordinator, SEMPBA.
Evelyn Strawn, Coordinator, SEMPBA.