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50thAnniversary Events

APCC is holding many events accross the Cape this year to honor 5 decades of protecting and preserving Cape Cod. Come celebrate with us!

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IN THE NEWS

Cape Cod Times - Cape environmental steward turns 50

"The Association to Preserve Cape Cod turns 50 this year. While some Cape Codders may be unaware of its efforts, everyone who lives, visits or works here has benefited from APCC — our regional advocate for the Cape’s environment and quality of life..."

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GET OUTSIDE WITH APCC!

Join APCC staff on guided walks through conservation lands around the Cape.

EVENTS

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.

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BUSINESS MEMBERSHIP

Because the Cape's environment IS its economy.

APCC has several options for businesses who want to support our vital work.

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Love Thy Nature - an APCC film event

Saturday, April 21st

Celebrate Earth Day in a special way! Love Thy Nature is a film that points to how deeply we've lost touch with nature. Enjoy a wonderful cinematic journey through the beauty and intimacy of our relationship with the natural world.

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IN THE NEWS

The Enterprise - Amended Rental Tax Bill Creates Water Protection Fund

The Massachusetts House of Representatives approved legislation March 22 which will provide assistance to Cape Cod towns in their efforts to improve water quality, the Association to Preserve Cape Cod said in a statement Monday, March 26...

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IN THE NEWS

Wicked Local: APCC: A half-century of environmental advocacy

"The Association to Preserve Cape Cod, based in Dennis, is marking its 50th anniversary in 2018...Contributor Carol K. Dumas asked Executive Director Andrew Gottlieb about the operation of the group and its future plans:..."

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