Preserving the very nature of Cape Cod for over 50 years
A carbon-neutral Cape Cod where waters are restored and protected, natural landscapes and wildlife habitat are preserved, and where growth respects the character of town centers and rural lands.
The high quality of life we enjoy on Cape Cod depends on a healthy environment, with safe drinking water, clean ponds and bays, unspoiled open areas and vibrant mixed use village centers.
In The Spotlight
APCC latest news, announcements, press mentions, position statements and more.
Last week I mentioned that I was viewing The U.S. and the Holocaust. Now done with the series, but only still just beginning to digest its implications for the present, one comment made by Deborah Lipstadt stands out as particularly relevant. To paraphrase, she said...
On first blush my thoughts this week don’t have a lot to do with the environment, but stick with me here. I’m part way through the Ken Burns documentary The US and the Holocaust. The news this morning included the election of an actual fascist party to lead the...
... While you're strolling down the fairway Showing no remorse Glowing from the poisons They've sprayed on your golf course While you're busy sinking birdies And keeping your scorecard The devil's been busy in your backyard The Traveling Willburys 1990 The summer heat...
Events & Happenings
Boat Ramp Stormwater Project Public Meeting Registration
Tuesday November 1 & Thursday November 3rd, 2022
Find native plants appropriate for your Cape Cod garden and managed landscape. Over 75 native plants featured, and more being added.
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A special offer to provide Cape businesses the opportunity to beautify their offices with coastal photography and support APCC.
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We need the tonic of wildness…At the same time that we are earnest to explore and learn all things, we require that all things be mysterious and unexplorable, that land and sea be indefinitely wild, unsurveyed and unfathomed by us because unfathomable. We can never have enough of nature.
The Cape Cod Climate Emergency Initiative
APCC joins 350 Cape Cod, the Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative and other organizations in establishing the Cape Cod Climate Emergency Initiative, a region-wide movement in support of local efforts to develop, plan and implement a Climate Emergency Declaration Initiative in all 15 towns across the Cape. More Information