Swimming with Turtles

Cape Cod’s freshwater ponds are the home of turtles. Self-taught naturalist and author of The Turtle Sisters, Susan Baur, swims the Cape’s freshwater ponds and has taken a keen interest in observing the lives of turtles beneath the surface of the water....
What Floats Your… Float?

What Floats Your… Float?

If you have a swim float, a float at the end of your dock, or maybe a float on your mooring, have you looked at it lately? Most likely it’s made with buoyant blocks of blue polystyrene. Read more (PDF) … Photo Credit: Collage by Suzanna Nickerson, photo by...

APCC’s Cyanobacteria Program 2020

New video from APCC on the cyanobacteria monitoring program. Special thanks to Joshua Maloney. Cape Cod’s freshwater ponds are special ecosystems that offer beauty and recreational enjoyment. However, poor water quality and warming temperatures is contributing...

Cyanobacteria Public Service Announcement

A public service announcement about cyanobacteria on Cape Cod from the Association to Preserve Cape Cod. APCC monitors over 50 ponds on Cape Cod for cyanobacteria blooms and post the status of these ponds on an interactive map at APCC.org. When high levels are...