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Everyone is invited to this free event in our new Discovery Center! Tour this beautiful, multi-functional building with our staff to learn about interior and exterior features, the exhibits, and what's in store for the future.
Lillie Peterson-Wirtanen has joined Mass Audubon Cape Cod’s development team, succeeding Sheila Hoogeboom, who retired this month. Development Director Wendy O’Keefe says Lillie will work closely with the region's Leadership Friends and grants programs.
We're seeking volunteer water quality monitors to help collect data at multiple sites across the headwaters region of the Blackstone River watershed. Indoor and outdoor opportunities are available.
Thanks one local foundation's generosity, our creative collaboration with Gardner Head Start is expanding the Nature & Social-Emotional Learning program to new locations for the 2021-2022 school year!
The Youth Environmental Stewardship program is a paid summer internship that enables island youth to gain hands-on conservation and management experience at our sanctuaries. We have the chance to fund three students—but we need your help to make it happen!
"My protection of the environment left the theoretical," says Sarah Swenson, talking about her YES internship this summer. "I realized that an essential part of my relationship with nature is a hands-on connection to the natural world."
Recently, a casual tally along the shore of Stony Brook Pond found more than 90 trees and shrubs bearing dramatic evidence of beaver activity within the last several months. Of course, it helps to know why the beavers are wreaking all this havoc in the first place.
The next time you're looking to get outdoors, stop by Broadmoor to check out the new trail improvements and learn all about what's on the horizon for our innovating organization.
Ipswich River has joined the Motus Wildlife Tracking System! By participating in this exciting collaborative research network, scientists and educators across New England will be able to better understand the ecology and conservation of migratory birds.
Each year, coastal waterbirds such as Piping Plovers, Least Terns, and American Oystercatchers return to their summer homes on the Massachusetts shoreline. And each year, our Coastal Waterbird Program (CWP) team works to protect the habitats that are crucial to the continued recovery of these threatened birds.
Anne Lombard is a retired biology teacher and one of Arcadia's long-term volunteers. Now she wants others to know about how they can support the causes they believe in through a little-known planned giving option—Charitable Remainder Trusts (CRT).