Price Leads “Model” Cape Cod National Seashore Park into the 21st Century

As the recent Lowell Folk Festival reminded us, the current Superintendent of Cape Cod National Seashore Park was the Deputy Superintendet here in Lowell for many years. Annually he still leads the opening folk festival parade dancing with his iconic red, white and blue umbrella and his unique festival moves. His style and commitment left its mark on Lowell and he has brought that same enthusiasm and commitment to the Cape.

The Cape Cod National Seashore Park Park – with the help of John F. Kennedy – was created fifty years ago to protect its “Cape Cod character” for future generations. WickedLocal/CapeCod has an interview with George where he discusses what he foresees as “challenges from climate change and development” in atempts to protect that character.

Read more here about how George Price sees Seashore into the 21st century.