Cape Cod Strong: Meeting the Challenges of Coastal Storms
What can past hurricanes and nor’easters tell us about our current and future risks? The history of past storms in southeast New England gives us insight into what the future may hold with the backdrop of sea level rise. Hear about forecast capabilities and limitations as well as where to find information when a storm threatens. Learn about measures that can protect you, your family, your pets, and your home.
Featured Speakers: Bob Thompson, Meteorologist-in-Charge, Southern New England National Weather Service Forecast Office and Dan Dinardo, Falmouth Community Emergency Response Team
Waquoit Bay Reserve
131 Waquoit Highway/Route 28 Waquoit, MA 02536 Map and Directions
Join the Reserve for an easy hike along both sides of the Quashnet River. This 2.5 mile hike takes us along dirt fire roads then switches to a narrower trail with some moderate hills. Meet at Quashnet River Trail Martin Road, off of Route 28 in Falmouth
Walk off the feast with some fresh air and outdoor exploration. You will discover a variety of freshwater habitats connected to Waquoit Bay as we hike to the headwaters of the Quashnet River, investigating bogs, river, pond and herring run along the way.
Meet at Johns Pond Public Beach- 151 to Hoophole Road to Back Road, Mashpee. An easy 2 mile hike.