Three Bays Stormwater Management Update Presented by April Wobst, Restoration Ecologist, Association to Preserve Cape Cod BARS’ February 2019 meeting will be on February 5th at the West Barnstable Community Center at 7:00 pm. April Wobst manages APCC’s Restoration… Read More
Category: News, news archives Tags: APCC, April Wobst, Association to Protect Cape Cod, Barnstable Clean Water Coalition, Barnstable Department of Public Works, Barnstable Land Trust, Conservation Biology, Cordwood Landing, Prince Cove Marina, Restoration Coordination Center
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Posted on January 30, 2019 by shellfishing
The Three Bays Stormwater Project is being completed in partnership with the town of Barnstable Department of Public Works, Barnstable Clean Water Coalition, Barnstable Land Trust and Horsley Witten Group. This presentation will provide an overview of the project goals and talk specifically about progress made on construction of new stormwater treatment systems at Cordwood Landing and Prince Cove Marina.
Category: Tags: APCC, April Wobst, Association to Protect Cape Cod, Barnstable Association for Recreationa, Barnstable Clean Water Coalition, Barnstable Department of Public Works, Barnstable Land Trust, Barnstable Natural Resources, Barnstable oysters, Cape Cod, Cape Cod oysters, Conservation Biology, Cordwood Landing, Horsley Witten Group, oyster season, oysters, Prince Cove Marina, quahogs, Restoration Coordination Center, Restoration Ecologist, Stormwater Management, Sustainable Land Development, Three Bays, Three Bays Stormwater Project, water quality
Here are some photos of that show our latest adoption, Cordwood Landing on Old Post Road.
Category: Archives, Events, News Tags: Barnstable Adopt a Spot, Barnstable Association for Recreational Shellfishing, BARS, conservation, Cordwood Landing, drainage, environment, habitat, maintenance