Conserving the Massachusetts Coastal Pine Barrens

Conserving the Massachusetts Coastal Pine Barrens informs the public on the various environmental organizations that work to conserve and protect the pine barrens of Southeastern Massachusetts. It was produced and filmed by Sam Murphy, a senior at Plymouth North High School.  Sharl Heller, president of SEMPBA, directed and planned the interviews with the 15 organizations and individuals filmed in this documentary.

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