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Community Land & Water Coalition hosts Indigenous Resources Collaborative at Plymouth’s Herring Festival!

We had a great time on April 22, 2023 at the annual Herring Festival in Plymouth!

We collaborated with Indigenous Resources Collaborative and others to present interactive and family friendly activities!

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Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1699, Plymouth MA 02362

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Save the Pine Barrens, Inc. is a Massachusetts non-profit corporation. Community Land & Water Coalition is our outreach and education project. We are a volunteer led network of groups and individuals.

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Mailing address: Post Office Box 1699, Plymouth MA 02362


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