2019 Recap | Meeting Archive
JRWA’s 33rd Annual Meeting was held on Sunday, January 27th, 2019 at Jones River Landing. If you missed it, see our presentations from the meeting:
- Ecology Program 2018 Recap (PDF)
Alex Mansfield, Ecology Program Director
- Mass Bay Maritime Artisans 2018 Recap (PDF)
Don Salmond, MBMA
- Coastal Risks, Realities and Resilience: Understanding What’s at Stake and Planning for the Future (PDF)
Dr. Erika Lentz, Research Geologist
Guest speaker, Erica Lentz is a member of our newly formed Science Team working to establish an upper level ecology program at the Drew Heritage House. She works for USGS in Woods Hole and is one of the authors of the New England Chapter (18) of the Fourth National Climate Assessment.
Slate for re-election, Directors at Large (2-year terms, through 2020):
- Lee Cook
- Stephen Fulmer
- Bill Napolitano
Officers (2-year terms, through 2020):
- Jason Potrykus, President
- David O’Connell, Vice President
- Karon Wierman, Secretary
Directors at Large (1-year term, through 2019):
- Catherine Foley
- Darci Schofield
- Peter Baird
If you have not done so this year, you can join or renew your membership online or in person at the meeting. Your involvement is essential to the success of our efforts – please join us!
If you have questions or suggestions, please email Pine, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JRWA encourages your interest in participating on the Board of Directors or serving in another volunteer capacity. Our organization is made from the people, and we need your help whenever you are ready, willing and able. Please let us know if you are interested!
The JRWA and Jones River Landing Boards each try to meet monthly to address needed business and make plans to maintain and restore our treasured environmental and historic resources. Please let us know your interest and we will help you plug-in to further the mission of these evolving organizations. The JRWA Board oversees the work of the organization and appoints the Board of Jones River Landing, which is a related supporting organization of JRWA. Both are non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organizations.
Thank you again for your support and involvement!