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NOW through
April 14th

APCC’s Rain Barrel Program is back!

Order your Rain Barrels online through upcycled-products.com. Pick up day is Thursday, April 25th.

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A portion of the proceeds benefit APCC.

Friday
April 5th

An Emerging Concern ~ Cyanobacteria in Freshwater Ponds
Innovative Monitoring for Local Management and Protection of Public Health

They are everywhere! Cyanobacteria, often referred to as blue-green algae, naturally occur virtually everywhere, including our freshwater ponds. Poor water quality and other factors contribute to excessive growth resulting in harmful cyanobacteria blooms that are not only aesthetically unpleasing, but also pose health risks to pets and people.
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Sunday
March 10th, 31st
April 7th & 28th

Gardening for Life series

Get your tickets for Gardening for Life series 2019, presented by APCC and Friends of CCMNH
Dates & program information

Thursday
March 14th

Join Friends of Herring River for a special program about Cape Cod wetland restoration projects.

  • Dr. Robert Duncanson, Director of Health & Natural Resources for the Town of Chatham will present the Muddy Creek Restoration Project. Completed in 2016, the Muddy Creek restoration returned tidal flow to 55 acres of estuarine wetlands.
  • April Wobst, Restoration Ecologist with the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, will cover other recent restoration projects on Cape Cod.

4pm at the Wellfleet Library

Wednesday
March 20th
&
Thursday
April 4th

Landscaping for Resilience, talks at the Barnstable Senior Center

Thursday
March 21st

Saving Paradise: Cape Cod’s Water Problem

First in the APCC’s video series will be shown. Following the video, speaker APCC’s executive director Andrew Gottlieb.
7pm at the Wellfleet Library

Thursday
April 4th

Sea Level Rise: How Can We Adapt?

Second video in APCC’s Saving Paradise video series will be shown, followed by panel discussion on adapting to the impacts of climate change.
7pm at the Wellfleet Library

Thursday
April 18th

Water for Oysters: Our Valuable Oysters

Following a showing of APCC’s video, “Water for Oysters”, there will be a panel discussion about the value of oysters.
7pm at the Wellfleet Library

Thursday
April 25th

Rain Barrel PICK UP date, 9am-12noon at Cape Abilities Farm
458 Main St (Rt 6A) Dennis, MA 02638

APCC wishes to thank our Business Sponsors:

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Events: Past

February 26 & 28

2019 Public Meetings to Review Selected Stormwater Projects