Plymouth Harbor Management Plan
Located on the South Shore of Massachusetts, Plymouth Harbor is known nationally for its historical significance, with two popular attractions – Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower II – located right on the shore of its harbor. In addition to its historical significance, Plymouth Harbor also supports activities such as recreational boating, commercial fishing, whale watching, and aquaculture. UHI worked with the Plymouth Harbor Committee, local officials, town departments, harbor users, and other stakeholders to develop a harbor management plan for Plymouth Harbor. The plan covered topics such as dredging, public access, tourism, natural resources, and climate change.
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Uiterwyk, Kristin; Wiggin, Jack; Novelly, Allison; and Starbuck, Kimberly, "Plymouth Harbor Management Plan" (2017). Urban Harbors Institute Publications. 48.