The Brewster Ponds Coalition, Orleans Pond Coalition, Eastham Conservation Foundation, Friends of Chatham Waterways, Orleans Conservation Trust, Wellfleet Conservation Trust, Chatham Alliance for Preservation and Conservation and The National Park Service...
Invite you to a very important presentation on Sept. 26, 2015, 2:00-3:00 p.m., at the Salt Pond Visitor Center Auditorium.
The Association to Preserve Cape Cod (APCC) will present – Sea Level Rise: Changing Cape Cod’s Groundwater.
Sea Level Rise: Changing Cape Cod’s Groundwater is the third short documentary made by talented Cape Cod filmmakers Daniel Cojanu and Elise Hugus of UnderCurrent Productions. The film series tells the story of Cape Cod’s various water challenges.
This latest film released earlier this year focuses on the connectivity of our water and the impact sea level rise is already having on our freshwater aquifer, ponds streams, wastewater, infrastructure and ecology. Following the film, APCC Executive Director Ed Dewitt will lead a short discussion.
Please join us!
Visit with members of the Brewster Ponds Coalition this weekend Saturday, September 19 from 9AM - 4PM and Sunday, September 20 from 9AM to 1 PM at Celebrate Our Waters – presented by the Orleans Pond Coalition.
See a map of Brewster ponds and learn about their water quality ratings. Discover how you can make an impact in your own yard in improving pond conditions. Find out how you can become a member of the Brewster Ponds Coalition.
The Brewster Ponds Coalition table is located under the tent at Depot Square, Orleans, on Old Colony Way – Between Mid Cape Home Center and The Hot Chocolate Sparrow.