A rain garden is planned for the Osterville Village Library. Come learn about rain gardens and help us plant!
Thursday, June 15th
IN THE NEWS
Cape Cod Times: Gottlieb takes reins of Association to Preserve Cape Cod
DENNIS — Andrew Gottlieb, a Mashpee selectman and former head of the county’s water protection collaborative, has been hired as the new executive director of the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, the nonprofit environmental watchdog announced Sunday.Read the article
APCC EDUCATION CENTER
APCC is planning for the next 50 years of preserving Cape Cod’s precious natural heritage and tackling the challenges of climate change, diminished water quality, waste management and sprawl.Click to learn more
LEAVE A LASTING LEGACY
Bequests from our members and friends help make it possible to continue our efforts to speak out for Cape Cod and fight for the protection of our environment, just as we have done since 1968. Please contact Laura Curry at 508-619-3185 for more information. Or...Email email@example.com
THE HERRING ARE COMING!
Cape Cod has many herring runs that present opportunities for volunteers to see and appreciate the annual spring herring migration while collecting valuable scientific data.Learn more
MANAGING STORMWATER IN THE THREE BAYS
APCC’s Restoration Coordination Center was awarded $472,574 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Southeast New England Program for stormwater management to improve water quality in the Three Bays. This three-year project will be completed as a collaborative effort by APCC, Barnstable Department of Public Works, Horsley Witten Group, and Three Bays Preservation.Learn more