Come join the conversation about climate change prep at a special event on the Cape!
The Wellfleet Community Forum, in conjunction with the Mass Audubon Society and the Wellfleet Conservation trust will host presentations and panel discussions on Planning for Climate Change at Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary on Saturday May 4 at the Wellfleet Bay Audubon Sanctuary from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM. This will be followed by Community Walks from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM in the afternoon.Presenters include: Dan Wolf, State SenatorIntroductory remarks Greg Berman, Coastal Processes Specialist, Woods Hole Sea GrantExpected Changes in Wellfleet due to a Dynamic Climate Nicholas A. Robinson, Professor of Environmental Law, Pace UniversityStrategies for Adaptation: Motivating Community Participation and Preparation Judith Pederson, Ph.D., MIT Sea Grant Advisory LeaderAdaptation: Best Practices for Short-Term Solutions and Long-Term Changes Additional panelists will be Heidi Ricci, Senior Policy Analyst, Mass Audubon and Marcus Springer, Chair, Energy Committee at the Town of Wellfleet The afternoon walks will be Reading the History of the Landscape at Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary with Mass Audubon naturalist Dennis Murley, Herring River Restoration with John Portnoy, retired ecologist, National Park Service, and Walking Whalebone Point with Wellfleet Conservation Trust President Dennis O¡Connell.
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