New Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan Available for Public Review
As a result of two years of outreach to MassBays' partners and constituents, a new Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan file size 2MB (CCMP) is available for public comment from April 15 to May 29. MassBays is seeking your input on our goals, strategies, and actions as we work towards our vision of sustainable ecosystems that support the life and communities dependent upon them. Visit the CCMP page to find out more and provide comments.
MassBays National Estuary Program 2016 Regional Service Provider RFR Announcement
MassBays is seeking proposals for Regional Service Providers (RSPs) to serve each of the five regions of the MassBays planning area: Upper North Shore, Lower North Shore, Metropolitan Boston, South Shore, and Cape Cod. RSPs will support the implementation of MassBays' Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan in cooperation with a Local Governance Committee. One-year grants of up to $61,000 will be awarded for each region. For more information, to view the RFR, and download required forms, see the CommBuys website (RFR ENV 15 CZM 09). Proposals are due by 4pm on May 28th.
The Massachusetts Bays National Estuary Program is a cooperative venture of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts - Charles D. Baker, Governor; Karyn E. Polito, Lieutenant Governor
Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs - Matthew A. Beaton, Secretary
Office of Coastal Zone Management - Bruce K. Carlisle, Director
Massachusetts Bays Program - Pamela A. DiBona, Executive Director
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