• The Friends of Pleasant Bay Board of Directors

    cordially invites you to

    The Friends of Pleasant Bay 

    2020 VIRTUAL Annual Meeting

    Monday, July 13th.         4:00-6:00 PM

    Due to concerns about social distancing, this year’s meeting will be hosted online 

    using the ZOOM webinar platform.

    Here are a few things you should know:

  • All members with an email in the FoPB database will receive a ZOOM invitation approximately two weeks before the meeting.
  • For voting purposes everyone will be required to register to attend the meeting.
  • Please review all documents pertinent to the meeting before July 13th.

Click on the links below:

15 Jul 2019 Annual Meeting Minutes PDF.pdf
Annual financial report-will be available after July 1st

Candidates for nominations-to be posted the first week of June

2020 Proposed Bylaws Changes


*Note, if you have never provided an email to FoPB and would like to receive an invitation, please send your email address to info@friendsofpleasantbay.org

Questions? Please contact Alice Ronty at aronty2929@gmail.com

            Help Preserve Sipson Island                   


       We are on the home stretch!

             Less than $700,000  more needed to reach our goal to purchase Sipson Island.                      

Online Contributions Click Here


Make a check out to: The Compact-Sipson Island

Mail payment to: Mark Robinson, Executive Director

The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts, 36 Red Top Road, Brewster, MA 02631


Read Details Here:  

Help Us Preserve Sipson Island for Generations to Come

Sipson Island Trust Website Link

2019 December Progress Report-Cape Cod Chronicle

                      2019 December Update-Cape Codder


For the Preservation & Enjoyment of Pleasant Bay

The Friends of Pleasant Bay is a grassroots environmental group dedicated to the preservation of one of Cape Cod's most stunning recreational and ecological resources. Since its founding in 1985 the group has been successful in achieving State designation of the Bay as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern, and was instrumental in development and State approval of a Resource Management Plan for the Bay. The Plan identifies the Bay as a regional resource requiring coordinated management of the surrounding towns. To meet this task, the four towns bordering the Bay subsequently formed the Pleasant Bay Alliance. The Friends provide ongoing support for implementation of the Resource Management Plan and host a range of other programs.

Learn more about the Friends of Pleasant Bay...

The tides continue their unceasing ebb and flow. Similarly, the work of protecting this magnificent estuary is unceasing. We welcome your support. All who want to take part in preserving this invaluable resource are invited to become Friends.

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