Who We Are
A recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science found that nature conservation could provide over one-third of the emission reductions needed to help keep the average global temperature from increasing by two degrees. Nature will play a critical role in our actions to address climate change by providing a two-for-one solution to reduce the impacts of rapid climate change — as the places we protect and restore both store carbon and help people and nature adapt to our changing climate.
We are land trust members, ecologists, climate scientists, regional and municipal planners, property owners, park managers, nonprofit leaders, students, natural resources administrators, gardeners, teachers, conservation commission members, farmers, county administrators, hikers…and, of course, tree huggers. We value and work to preserve, conserve, and improve the open space and natural resources of the Cape Cod region.
We are a new network and welcome your contributions and questions. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.