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SEEKING NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

APCC is seeking a candidate who is a consensus-builder, a critical and creative thinker, and one who recognizes the role of science in developing and implementing environmental policies and program

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RAIN BARRELS FOR CAPE COD

After last year’s drought, doesn’t a RAIN BARREL sound like a good idea?

Save 20% off retail prices AND the proceeds benefit APCC!

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GARDENING FOR LIFE 2017

Whether you're an expert gardener or just planting your very first flower beds, you'll find informative and entertaining information in this lecture series.

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IN THE NEWS

The Cape Codder: APCC voices concern over Eversource spray plan

In a letter to the director of the Rights-of-Way Program for the Massachusetts State Pesticide Bureau, the Association to Preserve Cape Cod stated opposition to Eversource Energy's plan to spray herbicides along its right-of-way in 10 Cape Cod towns as part of the utility company's vegetation management program for 2017.

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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.

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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...

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2017 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

APCC is committed to training the environmental leaders of tomorrow. Our internship program is designed to provide interns with challenging environmental projects that yield meaningful results. All intern projects support our mission to protect and restore the natural environment of Cape Cod and to promote environmental stewardship.

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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.

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