Barnstable Clean Water Coalition to Hold Series of Summer Talks

BARNSTABLE – The Barnstable Clean Water Coalition is holding a series of weekly summer talks to emphasize the importance of the vital resource.

The coalition, formerly Three Bays Preservation, is a regional voice for clean water throughout the entire town of Barnstable focusing on monitoring, education, advocacy and mitigation.

The “Wonder of Water” series begins Tuesday as the organization’s executive director, Zenas Crocker, presents “It Takes a Town: The Path Forward for Clean Water in Barnstable.”

The talks are free and open to the public and will be held at 5 p.m. in the Main Meeting Room of the Osterville Village Library.

Kristin Andres, the director of education and outreach for the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, presents “A Native Cape Cod – Planting with a Purpose” the following week on Tuesday, July 18.

The last lecture of the month on Wednesday, July 26 focuses on the implementation of the countywide 208 wastewater plan and will be presented by Scott Horsley, a water resources consultant.

The “Wonder of Water” series continues throughout the month of August and a full schedule of talks can be found at bcleanwater.org.

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