Volume 56, Fall 2016

  • Save Our Struggling Ecosystem
  • Cotuit Town Dock Rain Garden Update
  • Dead Neck/Sampson's Island 2016 Bird Report
  • Summertime 2016

Vol 55 - Summer 2016

  • How Does Your Rain Garden Grow?
  • Cape Cod Academy Water Day
  • Herring Count 2016
  • In Memoriam
  • Scholarship Winners
  • Upcoming Events

VOL 54 - WINTER 2016

  • Mike Egan - A Vision for Three Bays Preservation
  • Meet Zenas Crocker
  • Mill Pond Improvement Update
  • Dead Neck/Sampson's Island 2015 Field Summary
  • Be a Volunteer Herring Counter
  • In Memoriam: George R. Hampson
  • Upcoming Events

VOL 53 - SUMMER 2015

  • One Cape: Moving Closer to Wastewater Solutions
  • Proposed Schedule for Preparation of the Watershed Report
  • Anchors Aweigh!
  • Nesting Bird Update
  • 2015 Herring Count
  • Interns and Scholarship Winners

VOL 52 - SPRING 2015

  • One Cape: Designing Solutions for Clean Water
  • 3 Bay Area Economic Impact Study
  • Helping Out with Water Quality Sampling
  • Waiting for Spring... and the River Herring
  • 2015 Events & Activities

VOL 51 - WINTER 2014

  • Rick Wrightson: A Staunch Supporter

  • Three Bays Preservation's Annual Meeting

  • Dead Neck/Sampson's Island Project

VOL. 50 - FALL 2014

  • Richard Largay at the Helm

  • Cape Cod Commission Releases Section 208 Plan Draft

  • Paddle for the Bays: RACE Cape Cod

Vol. 49 - Summer 2014

  • Permeable Reactive Barriers
  • Holbrook Davis
  • Summer at Three Bays!

Vol. 48 - Spring 2014

  • Section 208 Update
  • Dead Neck/Sampson's Island
  • What's Happening at Three Bays

Vol. 47 - Fall 2013

  • A Look at Our Watershed
  • 2013 Summer News
  • A Campaign for the Bays

Vol. 46 - Summer 2013

  • Cruising for “Views” of the Bays
  • Moon Jellies in the Bays
  • Family Paddle Day Brings Crowds with a Paddle!

Vol. 45 - Spring 2013

  • Annual Herring Count Underway
  • The Ospreys Return to the Bays
  • Development Director Appointed

Vol. 44 - Fall 2012

  • The Bays from Behind a Paddle
  • The Year in Pictures
  • The Dead Neck Birding Report for 2012

Vol. 43 - Summer 2012

  • Three Bays: Four Critical Areas
  • The American Oystercatcher
  • “Help Shape a Life”

Vol. 42 - Spring 2012

  • River Herring in Three Bays
  • Summer 2012: No Limits!
  • New Scholarship Winners

Vol. 41 - Winter 2011-12

  • Photos: A Glimpse at Our Summer
  • 2011 Three Bays Campaigns Underway
  • Volunteer Value!

Vol. 40 - Summer 2011

  • Paddle for the Bays "Grand Raffle"
  • 2011 Three Bays Scholarship Winners
  • We're headed to Chicago!

Vol. 39 - Spring 2011

  • Summer Calendar of Events
  • New Three Bays Scholarship Fund
  • Three Bays Annual Membership Campaign

Vol. 38 - Winter 2011

  • Great Blue Heron: A "Three Bays" Nest?
  • A Message from Our Executive Director
  • Three Bays Holds Annual Meeting

Vol. 37 - Summer/Fall 2010

  • Facts & Figures on Fecal Coliform
  • A Message from Our Executive Director

Vol. 36 - Spring 2010

  • Dead Neck Island: Gatekeeper of The Three Bays
  • More Eco-Adventure Tours in 2010

Vol. 35 - December 2009

  • Dredging Completed in the Bays
  • A New Board Member
  • Three Bays: The Year Ahead!

Vol. 34 - October 2009

  • Invasive Species
  • Summer 2009 Bird Report
  • 2009 Annual Members Meeting

Vol. 33 - July 2009

  • 3rd Annual Eco-Adventure Tour
  • Growing Oysters

Vol. 32 - April 2009

  • Annual Bird Report from Mass Audubon
  • Our Latest Dredge Project
  • Announcing the 2009 Eco-Tours of the Three Bays!

Vol. 31 - December 2008

  • Quahog Seed Propagation Program of the Town of Barnstable
  • Three Bays Survey Maps
  • 2008 Year-End Appreciation Party

Vol. 30 - October 2008

  • CleanWater Bill Signed!
  • Summer on the Island
  • Summer Rangers on Dead Neck/Sampson’s Island

Vol. 29 - July 2008

  • Wastewater Infrastructure Legislation
  • Explore the Shore with Mass Audubon
  • The Birds that Call Dead Neck Island Home
  • Cape Cod Academy Students Working At Three Bays

Vol. 28 - March 2008

  • Quahog Seed Propogation Program of the Town of Barnstable - 2007 Report
  • Three Bays Attends Wind Farm Hearing
  • Get the P Out of the Water
  • And the Saga continues... 
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Vol. 27 - December 2007

  • Massachusetts Department of Environmenal Protection Presents Draft Report of Three Bays Bacteria TMDL
  • Down the Drain
  • Three Bays Preservation Holds Annual Volunteer Appreciation Event
  • Pension Bill Allows Tax-Free Charitable Donations from your IRA
  • Annual Appeal under way
  • Three Bays Preservation participates in Massachusetts Oceans Day

Vol. 26 - September 2007

  • Three Bays Preservation hosts Annual Members Meeting with a focus on "The environment and the Law ".
  • Summer 2007 on Dead Neck/Sampson's Island
  • Three Bays Preservation Members attend "Explore the Shore" events presented by Mass Audubon
  • Three Bays Annual Appeal coming soon
  • 2007 Summer rangers on Dead Neck/Sampson's Island
  • Dam Pond Entrance Channel Dredge Project moving forward

Vol. 25 - July 2007

  • Three Bays Preservation hosts public forum on "Saving our Waters".
  • Nantucket Soundkeepers and Three Bays Preservation host Ecotours aboard the Yankee
  • Where the Birds Are by Mary Richmond
  • Three Bays Preservation receives grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife
  • Welcome new Advisory Board Member - Ned Rowland
  • Summer Events on Dead Neck and Sampson's presented by Mass Auduon.
  • Cape Cod Academy Students at Three Bays

Vol. 24 - April 2007

  • Town of Barnstable holds Three Bays Estuary Public Hearing and Mass DEP holds public hearing on Total Maximum Daily Loads Report.
  • State: Sewering can save Three Bays
  • Welcome new board member N. Harrison Buck
  • Membership drive coming soon
  • Three Bays Preservation awards grant to support Rushy Marsh project
  • Summer jobs on Dead Neck Island
  • Three Bays Preservation to publish guidance document for understanding nitrogen pollution and wastewater management in the three bays and Cape Cod

Vol. 23 - December 2006

  • Massachusetts Estuaries Project Report for the Three Bays Watershed is ready for public comment. Hearing to be held on December 13.
  • Water Quality Monitoring Volunteer Appreciation Event Held
  • Annual Appeal Underway

Vol. 22 - Fall 2006

  • Members Attend Annual Meeting to Discuss Wastewater Issues
  • What Cape Residents Can Do to Help Keep Groundwater Clean
  • Our Second Summer on Dead Neck
  • Three Bays Logo Contest
  • "Explore the Shore" with Mass Audubon
  • Summertime Cruises

Vol. 21 - June 2006

  • Bird News
  • The Joy of Dredge
  • A Deer Walks on Water
  • Welcome New Board Member
  • Flipping For Flupsy
  • Cape Cod Academy Students at Three Bays
  • Live from Dead Neck 

Vol. 20 - December 2005

  • A new era begins for Dead Neck
  • A special note of thanks
  • In Memory of Townie Hornor
  • Annual Appeal Underway 

Vol. 19 - September 2005

  • Annual Meeting of Three Bays Preservation Announced
  • Sea Lettuce Harvesting Demonstration Project
  • Our First Summer as Stewards of Dead Neck/ Sampson's Island

Vol. 18 - July 2005

  • Estuaries Project 2005
  • Mill Pond Saved
  • New Web Site
  • Dead Neck
  • MassAudubon Report
  • Rules for the Island

Vol. 17 - December 2004

  • Popponesset Bay Report Released
  • Update on the Industrial Wind Park
  • Your Support Keeps Us Working

Vol. 16 - August 2004

  • Dead Neck Island
  • Rushy Marsh Pond
  • Bay Street Channel Dredging
  • Skunknett River

Vol. 15 - December 2003

  • Sea Lettuce - A "Growing" Problem
  • Audubon Update on Dead Neck Island
  • 2003 Annual Appeal Underway
  • Three Bays welcomes new Board Members

Vol. 14 - June 2003

  • The Optical Brightener Project
  • Proposed Dredging of the Bay Street Channel
  • Water Quality Monitoring Schedule set for the 2003 Season

Vol. 13 - February 2003

  • Rushy Marsh Pond Restoration Project
  • Lindsey Counsell Recipient of BLT's 2002 Founder Award
  • Three Bays Preservation on the Radio

Vol. 12 - November 2002

  • Estuaries Project Update
  • Summer 2002 Update from Mass Audubon's Coastal Waterbird Program
  • New Faces in the Office

Vol. 11 - April 2002

  • Three Bays Preservation opposes electric wind plant, partners with Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound.
  • Estuaries Project underway
  • In Spring, we mark our calendars:  Time to celebrate our natural resources

Vol. 10 - January 2002

  • Ambitious State program explores pollution/solutions in estuaries
  • Windmill Alert:  Paying attention to which way the wind blows
  • Dredging Complete
  • Thanks to the Tides: Three Bays Preservation Awarded 15K Grant

Vol. 9 - November 2001

  • Red Tide: An Unwelcome Guest Pays a Visit
  • FLUPdate: In Other Words, How's the FLUPSY Doing?
  • Summer's Over... Let's Dredge!

Vol. 8 - August 2001

  • Yes, We Have No Discharge: Three Bays Earn Federal Designation
  • Attention Homeowners and Landscapers: Green Doesn't Have to be Mean
  • Doing Flips for FLUPSY: Innovation Comes to West Bay

Vol. 7 - June 2001

  • Kelley Foundation Awards $12,500 Matching Grant for Water Monitoring
  • Beach Walks Are a Go!
  • Scientific Reports are Available
  • Hats off to the Anglers

Vol. 6 - April 2001

  • What's in the Water? Three Bays Report Details Health of Estuarine System
  • DNA Analysis Pinpoints Sources of Fecal Coliform

Vol. 5 - February 2001

  • Questionnaire Results are In
  • A New Vice President
  • Dredging Continues

Vol. 4 - December 2000

  • Three Bays Preservation Plays Role in Two-Acre Zoning Adoption
  • O'Leary State Senate Campaign gets Boost from Three Bays Members
  • All Hail the New Board Members
  • Three Bays Pushes Forward on Dredging

Vol. 3 - September 2000

  • Water Quality Report Finds Some Good, Some Bad in Estuary System
  • Report from MAS-Coastal Waterbird Program
  • More Dredging on the Horizon
  • Hail to the New Board Members

Vol. 2 - July 2000

  • Using DNA Analyses to Track Fecal Coliforms in the Three Bays
  • A message from Mass. Audubon
  • Dead Neck Island and Waterway Maintenance
  • Pumping Out in the Three Bays

Vol. 1 - June 2000

  • A letter from the President
  • A message from Mass. Audubon
  • What the people say about the Three Bays
  • Coastal birds info
  • Pump it out!
  • Missions and Goals
  •