Friends of Herring River
Wellfleet and Truro, Massachusetts

 

Herring River Stakeholder Group

Created by and reporting directly to the Herring River Executive Council, the Herring River Stakeholder Group's purpose is to communicate with stakeholders within the towns of Wellfleet and Truro to ensure that their respective interests and views are well represented and considered by the HREC. The Group also provides advisory input to the HREC on key implementation issues such as vegetation management, traffic management, recreational access, environmental monitoring, adaptive management and general community concerns.

MEMBERS

Group: Wellfleet Shellfish Advisory Board Group: Center for Coastal Studies Recreational User of the Herring River
Representative: Zach Dixon Representative: Mark Borelli Representative: Bill Biewenga (Chair)
     
Group: Truro Shellfish Advisory Committee Group: National Seashore Advisory Commission Upper Pole Dike Creek Sub-basin
Representative: Mark Wisotzky Representative: TBD Representative: Laura Runkel
     
Group: Wellfleet Conservation Trust Group: Cape Cod Mosquito Control Mill Creek Sub-basin
Representative: Barbara Cary Representative: Gabrielle Sakolsky Representative: Alfred Kraft
     
Truro Conservation Trust Group: Wellfleet Herring Warden Upper Bound Brook Sub-basin
Representative: Fred Gaechter Representative: Ethan Estey Representative: Edouard Fontenot
     
Group: APCC Restoration Center Group: Chequessett Yacht & Country Club Member at Large
Representative: April Wobst Representative: Jake Ketchum Representative: R. Paul Faxon
     
Group: MA Audubon Sanctuary Group: Wellfleet Harbormaster Business Community Representatives
Representative: Bob Prescott Representative: Mike Flanagan Judith Newcomb Stiles
    Moe Barocas

Agendas

Minutes

Meeting Materials

The next meeting of the Herring River Stakeholder Group will be held on October 11, 2018 at 5:30pm held at Wellfleet Council on Aging, 715 Old Kings Hwy, Wellfleet.