Waquoit Bay Reserve Coastal Training Program


Credit for Going Green: Meeting Water Quality Standards with Buffers

June 27, 2019
The capacity of buffers to protect water quality is widely acknowledged in scientific literature. However, until now there has not been a way to quantify the ability of constructed or restored buffers to reduce pollution, or for some New England communities to receive credit for their use under MS4 permits...Learn more

2019-09-16T11:07:59-04:00June 27th, 2019|CTP Past 2019, CTP Past Workshops & Resources|

Coastal Resiliency and the Real Estate Industry

January 23, 2019, March 26, 2019, May 3, 2019
Workshop for Cape Cod Realtors: Stories of devastating storms causing widespread damage in coastal communities have dominated the news in recent times. These costly events have affected people, property, livelihoods, as well as the psychology of those who live and work in coastal communities....Learn more

2019-09-16T10:58:01-04:00January 23rd, 2019|CTP Past 2019, CTP Past Workshops & Resources|

Sea Level Rise Forum

February 15, 2012
Global sea level is rising and it is rising faster than it has in the past. Sea level rise will impact the coast in many different ways, affecting and transforming coastal communities, beaches, low-lying areas, wetlands, estuaries, aquifers and coastal development and infrastructure....Learn more

2019-09-16T11:00:26-04:00February 15th, 2012|CTP Past 2012, CTP Past Workshops & Resources|

Wastewater: The Scoop on Poop

January 14, 2012
An expert panel will discuss the pros and cons of centralized and decentralized treatment options including sewers, neighborhood cluster systems, on-site alternative systems (including composting and urine diverting systems), shellfish aquaculture for nitrogen removal, and modifying tidal inlets to improve flushing...Learn more

2019-09-16T11:00:26-04:00January 14th, 2012|CTP Past 2012, CTP Past Workshops & Resources|
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