2nd Annual Cape Coastal Conference

State of the Cape: Implementing Strategies to Improve Water Quality and Build Coastal Resilience

What is the Cape Coastal Conference?  

The Cape Coastal Conference is a forum where local decision-makers on Cape Cod can learn about pressing and emerging coastal management issues facing the region and receive relevant science-based information, tools and resources that they can apply in addressing these issues.

This year's conference will highlight plans, projects and processes underway at both regional and local community scales to tackle nutrient pollution and restore water quality.  It will also address how communities can better prepare and build their adaptive capacity to handle storms, sea level rise and climate change impacts.  This conference will offer information and inspiration to decision makers who work in various capacities to manage coastal resources.  Join us and be a part of this very important event!



This conference is FREE for attendees

Exhibitor space is $150.00

Registration is required and the deadline is June 3, 2014

Continuing Education Credits Available

For questions, please contact:

Tonna-Marie Rogers


508-457-0495  ext. 110


Planning Partners:

Waquoit Bay Reserve

Woods Hole Sea Grant

Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies

Cape Cod Commission

Association to Preserve Cape Cod

MassBays National Estuary Program

Three Bays Preservation

Cape Cod Community College

MA Office of Coastal Zone Management

MA Department of Environmental Protection

Waquoit Bay Reserve Foundation

American Planning Association, MA Chapter