Join us for our annual lecture series collaborating with and showcasing the science work of institutions of the Falmouth area, providing interesting and educational presentations for the public. The theme for this year is exploring local environmental issues: what is being done in the ponds, streams, and marshes in the area to preserve our natural resources that are part of the identity of Cape Cod. The Cape is home to a vibrant scientific community conducting meaningful environmental work with potentially wide impact.
Rick Bishop of Friends of Bass River will give a presentation on the Upper Bass River Headwaters Restoration.
They are also reestablishing a historic fish habitat at Hamblin Brook, the location of the second largest Alewife catch in all of Massachusetts in the early 1800’s. Reduced to zero in the late 1930’s, they anticipate good restoration. We are pleased to invite them to share their work with us.
Register online today or call us at 508-495-1878, ext. 2