Massachusetts Coastal Pine Barrens Partnership


Coastal Pine Barrens Resources

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Native Plant Guide Plymouth County, MA

from Irina Kadis and Denise Stowell for SEMPBA. Photo:

USDA Releases Three-Year Strategy to Help New England Cottontail

New England Cottontail Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) FY 2016-2018

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Pine Barrens Gardening Potential

Irina Kadis and Alexey Zinovjev's suggestions for using native plants in your yard. Slide show in PDF format.

Plants that work on Martha's Vineyard work throughout the Ecoregion!

Martha's Vineyard Plant Selection Guide

From the Polly Hill Website:

The intent of this website is to guide municipalities, landscape architects, landscapers, and gardeners in plant selection for restoration plantings, landscapes, and gardens.

Wildlands & Woodlands Regional Conservation Partnership Network    Information about New England RCPs.

Regional Conservation Partnerships in Massachusetts

Berkshire-Taconic Regional Conservation Partnership. E. 2012.

Forever Farmland Initiative. E. 2008.

Friends of the Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge. US Fish and Wildlife Service, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont. E. 1997.

Massachusetts-Vermont Woodlands Partnership. E. 2012.

Merrimak Conservation Partnership. Massachusetts, New Hampshire. E. 2012.

Nashua River Forest Partnership. E. 2009.

North Quabbin Regional Landscape Partnership E. 1997.

Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership. E. 2002.

Southern New England Forest Heritage Partnership. E. 2012.

Taconics Partnership.

Taunton River Watershed Alliance / Map of the TRWA Watershed.

Thames River Basin Partnership. Connecticut and Massachusetts. E. 2006.

West Suburban Conservation Council. E. 1953.