Now in its 19th year, the annual State of Wellfleet Harbor Conference is a free online event focusing on the latest science relating to the harbor, its surrounding waters, and natural resources. The conference is a series of one-hour programs over three Saturday mornings in November.
A schedule of talks is below. PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED and registration is allowed up to 24 hours in advance of each program. Registrants will receive an email with a link to the virtual presentation prior to each event.
Sponsors of this year's conference include Cape Cod Five Cents Saving Bank, Center for Coastal Studies, Friends of the Herring River, Mid Cape Home Centers, the Town of Wellfleet, the Wellfleet Conservation Trust, and Mass Audubon Cape Cod.
November 6th: Fish of Wellfleet harbor and Beyond
November 13th: Management Issues
November 20th: Restoring the Herring River
A Year-Round Survey of the Inshore Fish Community in Wellfleet Harbor: Owen Nichols, Center for Coastal Studies
Fins in the Dark: How New Technology is Changing our Understanding of Anadromous Fish Behavior on Cape Cod: Christopher Rillahan, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
This program will be delivered online, live, through Microsoft Teams. You will receive a link with access information the day before the program. We'll also send you information that walks you through some ground rules and how to sign on to the Teams meeting.