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Private Organizations

Town of Barnstable: Private Organizations

Association to Preserve Cape Cod
Barnstable Land Trust
Cape Cod Community College Department of Natural Science
Cape Cod Maritime Museum
Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts, Inc. (The)
Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises
Nantucket Soundkeeper
Orenda Wildlife Trust
Silent Spring Institute, Cape Cod Office
Three Bays Preservation, Inc.

The Barnstable House, 3010 Main Street
P.O. Box 398
Barnstable, MA 02630

PHONE: (508) 362-4226 or (877) 955-4142 (toll free)

FAX: (508) 362-4227



CONTACT: Maggie Geist, Executive Director

HOURS: 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday

A grass-roots nonprofit organization founded in 1968 to advocate environmental protection and responsible growth on Cape Cod. APCC's mission is to increase environmental awareness and action on the part of our citizens, business community, and political leaders. Through advocacy, public education, and scientific research APCC is working to ensure that environmental objectives for Cape Cod are met, and that natural resource protection remains a focal point of public attention and action.

PUBLICATIONS: "The Enemy Within: The Struggle to Clean Up Cape Cod's Military Superfund Site;" "State of the Cape, 1994 - Progress Toward Preservation;" "More Than Sandy Beaches: A Guide to the Rare and Threatened Habitats of Cape Cod;" "Cape Cod Critical Habitats Atlas;" an Informational Booklet Series; "Cape Cod Homeowners' Guide to Title 5," 1999; and "Shorelines," APCC's quarterly newsletter.

FEES: Annual membership $30.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Programs include land use management, open space conservation, groundwater protection, coastal resource conservation, wetlands preservation, and protection of scenic character. Technical, advocacy, advisory, referral, and library services, as well as publications, lectures, and workshops are available.

KEYWORDS: Barnstable County, Coastal Management and Planning, Coastal Ponds, Conservation, Educational Services for General Public, Energy, Erosion, Legislation, Marine Mammals, Military, Natural Habitats, Natural History, Waste Disposal And Treatment, Water Quality, Water Pollution, Water Resources, Wetlands, Wildlife


OFFICE: 407 North Street, Hyannis, MA 02601
MAILING: P.O. Box 224, Cotuit, MA 02635

PHONE: (508) 771-2585

FAX: (508) 771-3463



CONTACT: Jaci Barton, Executive Director

HOURS: 10:00-4:00 Monday-Friday

A nonprofit, community-based land trust dedicated to preserving land in its natural state; land which forever preserves the water quality, scenic landscapes and wildlife in the Town of Barnstable. BLT acquires land by gift, conservation restriction, or purchase, ensures its continued protection and encourages sound environmental practices. A member of the Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts, Inc., and the Land Trust Alliance.

PUBLICATIONS: "Resources Newsletter" (3/Year, free) and annual report.

FEES: Annual membership begins at $40.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Provides consultation with landowners about private land preservation options, and public education lectures.

KEYWORDS: Barnstable, Conservation, Land Conservation, Land Trusts, Natural Habitats, Water Quality, Wetlands, Wildlife, Open Space

2240 Iyanough Road
West Barnstable, MA 02668-1599

PHONE: (508) 362-2131, Ext. 4468

FAX: (508) 375-4166



Stephanie Brady, Director, Environmental Technology Program
Catherine Etter, Professor, Science Department
Phil Sisson, Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs

HOURS: 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday

Mission: The students' education is the first priority at Cape Cod Community College. As a learning-centered community, we value the contributions of a diverse population, welcome open inquiry, and promote mutual respect. The College offers a strong educational foundation of critical and creative thinking, communication competency, and a global, multicultural perspective the prepares students for life and work in the 21st century. Our liberal arts, sciences, and career programs provide educational pathways that serve the varied social, economic, and demographic characteristics of our community with a distinctive focus on sustainability. We honor our past, celebrate our present, and imagine our future.

PUBLICATIONS: College catalog.

OTHER INFORMATION: Call for information on course fees.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Courses offered in coastal management and planning, natural habitats and biology. Provide associate-level degree and specialty certificate programs, continuing education and community service courses, seminars and conferences, and Adult Basic Education/ESL. An Associate in Science degree in Environmental Technology began in 1998, and five environmental technology certificates have been developed in collaboration with the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth and the Massachusetts Maritime Academy in Environmental Site Assessment, Coastal Zone Management, Wastewater Management, Geographical Information Systems, and Water Supply. 40 hour OSHA certification is available. In addition, the environmental tchnology program at CCCC is offering new courses in renewable energy efficiency. In the near future, we will be offering certificate programs in renewable energy as well.

KEYWORDS: Barnstable, Biology, Education And Continuing Education For Adults, Maritime History, Natural History, Specialized Classes in Environment, Cape Cod History (Maritime) Research Facilities

135 South Street
P.O. Box 443
Hyannis, MA 02601

PHONE: (508) 775-1723

FAX: (508) 775-1723



Cathrine Macort, Administrator
William E. Cook, President
David Scudder, Vice President
Mark Wilkins, Director


January-March: by appointment
Summer: Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.; Sunday, 12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
October-December: Thursday through Sunday, 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Cape Cod Maritime Museum (CCMM)is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the Cape's maritime past, present and future.

Current exhibits describe the Colonial maritime history of Cape Cod and the Islands. The centerpiece of the Museum is the wreck of the ship "Sparrow-Hawk", which sank in 1626. Also on display are items 17th and 18th century coastal America. Children's area with hands-on activities, quizzes and crafts. Gift shop.

CCMM also offers courses and short programs for children and adults. Please call for details.


FEES: $5 Adults; $4 Seniors/Students; Kids 6 and under free. Members free.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Museum boatbuilders are constructing a replica of the 1886 wooden Crosby Catboat Sarah.

KEYWORDS: Cape Cod, History, Museum, Maritime, Preservation, Education

3239 Main Street
P.O. Box 443
Barnstable, MA 02630

PHONE: (508) 362-2565

FAX: (508) 362-4480



CONTACT: Mark H. Robinson, Executive Director

HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Monday-Friday, year-round

A nonprofit service organization of the 25 Cape Cod land conservation trusts. Dedicated to helping conservation groups and town agencies acquire and manage important natural systems as protected open space. The Compact also provides various professional support to its members on land management and land-use planning, fundraising, tax requirements for non- profits, proposal writing, scientific research, and public education. Local trusts protect over 4,000 acres.

PUBLICATIONS: Contact the Compact for available publications.

OTHER INFORMATION: No fees except contracts.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Provides advisory, referral, contractual environmental services and public workshops on conservation issues-- including land acquisition, land management, coastal planning, and water quality. Inventory mapping of all protected open space on Cape Cod. Conducts walks on trust-owned property. Advises landowners on conserving property and its tax benefits. Involvement in Cape Cod Pathways planning and Wildlife Habitat mapping project.

KEYWORDS: Barnstable, Bourne, Brewster, Chatham, Coastal Management And Planning, Conservation, Dennis, Eastham, Educational Services For General Public, Falmouth, Harwich, Land Conservation, Land Trusts, Mashpee, Natural Habitats, Open Space, Orleans, Provincetown, Sandwich, Truro, Waquoit Bay, Wellfleet, Wetlands, Wildlife, Yarmouth

P.O. Box 631
West Barnstable, MA 02668

PHONE: (508) 362-5927

FAX: (508) 362-5172



CONTACT: Sue Phelan, Director

HOURS: By appointment.

GreenCAPE is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization whose goal is outreach, education, and community action to raise awareness of Cape Codders about toxic chemicals and encourage the reduction of their use by promoting ecological approaches to weed and insect control.

PUBLICATIONS: Quarterly newsletter ('Cide Lines) and fact sheets.

FEES: $10 membership fee.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Conferences and workshops focus on the dangers of commonly used pesticides and viable, easy to implement alternatives to protect natural resources from contamination and prevent detrimental effects on health. Weekly cable television program, "An Ounce of Prevention," is broadcast in 12 Cape towns.

KEYWORDS: Water Quality, Coastal Management and Planning, Educational Services, Massachusetts, Cape Cod, Gardening, Cranberries, Pesticides, Global Warming

P.O. Box 254
Barnstable, MA 02630

PHONE: (508) 362-6088 or toll free (888) 942-5392

FAX: (508) 362-9739



CONTACT: Lauren Tamaoh

HOURS: 9:00 - 5:00

Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises has been operating the only mid-Cape whale watch vessel since 1981. The company supports a full-time, year-round education program and is actively involved in WhaleNet and many regional science and environmental education associations. The M/V Whale Watcher is 110 feet long and is fully licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard.

PUBLICATIONS: Curriculum materials supporting on-board programs available to program participants.

FEES: School visits and teacher workshops free of charge. Fees for on-board programs.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: On-board programs include: "Whale Watcher Cruise," "Cape Cod Floating Classroom," and "Coastal Ecology Encounter." On-land programs are selected and developed in consultation with the specific environmental/educational organization that requests presentation. An internship program for qualified college students (undergraduate and graduate) is also available.

KEYWORDS: Barnstable County, Biology, Cape Cod, Coastal Ecology, Educational Services, Environmental Issues, Fisheries, Marine Mammals, Stellwagen Bank, Whales, Whale Watcher Cruises

Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound
4 Barnstable Road
Hyannis, MA 02601

PHONE: (508) 775-9767

FAX: (508) 775-9725



CONTACT: Heather Rockwell, Program Officer

HOURS: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Nantucket Soundkeeper is working to preserve the Sound’s unique ecological, cultural, recreational, and aesthetic qualities through advocacy, public education, and legal action. The mission of Nantucket Soundkeeper is to protect the marine waters bounded by Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. Our program includes water quality monitoring, natural habitat conservation, preventing inappropriate development in and around the Sound, monitoring enforcement of environmental laws and regulations, and public outreach and environmental education.

PUBLICATIONS: "Boater’s Guide to Nantucket Sound" and "Save Our Sound" newsletter

FEES: None

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Sound Boat Patrols, Coastal Cleanups, Nantucket Sound Water Quality Monitoring Program

KEYWORDS: Nantucket Sound, water quality, ecology, marine, habitat, nitrogen, coastal, ecosystem, monitoring, conservation, boating, pollution, nutrient loading

P.O. Box 669
W. Barnstable, MA 02668

PHONE: (508) 362-4798

FAX: (508) 362-7478



CONTACT: Linda A. Bound, Administrator

HOURS: Variable part-time hours; please leave a message.

Orenda* Wildlife Land Trust's mission is to protect wildlife and their habitat. Orenda acquires land to be held in perpetuity as protected wildlife sanctuaries and assists others in protecting open space for wildlife. Orenda is a member of the Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts and is a managing partner of the Mashpee National Wildlife Refuge.

*"Orenda" is a Seneca Indian word meaning "protected place."

PUBLICATIONS: Biannual newsletter

FEES: Annual membership: $35 Individual and up. Approx. membership: 600.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Orenda currently manages 14 wildlife sanctuaries totaling 330 acres, the majority of which are located on Cape Cod and southeastern Massachusetts. Orenda offers educational programs for the public on issues related to wildlife and works to promote the humane treatment of wildlife on Cape Cod and throughout Massachusetts.

KEYWORDS: Barnstable, Birds, Land Trusts, Wildlife, Mashpee, Land, Open Space, Conservation

115 Enterprise Road
Hyannis, MA 02601

PHONE: (508) 778-1942

FAX: Not available.



Julia G. Brody, Executive Director
Cheryl Osimo, Cape Coordinator

HOURS: By appointment only.

Silent Spring Institute is a partnership of scientists, physicians, public health advocates, and community activists united around the common goal of identifying and changing the links between the environment and women's health, especially breast cancer. This collaboration began when activists from the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition recognized the need for a new type of research organization to find preventable causes of breast cancer. The Institute is named in recognition of Silent Spring, Rachel Carson's pioneering book that tied the use of pesticides to adverse effects on wildlife.

The Institute's research projects investigate a number of issues key to determining how women are exposed to pollutants with potentially long-term health risks. This research is funded by organizations and individuals who are committed to furthering research on issues that affect women's health, and, in particular, on potential environmental links to breast cancer.

PUBLICATIONS: "Silent Spring Review," periodic; various reports and brochures; journal articles by research scientists

FEES: Donations accepted.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Various presentations, walks and races, fundraisers, traveling study atlas on Cape-specific breast cancer incidence, and more. Volunteer and internship opportunities available.

KEYWORDS: Cape Cod, Pesticides, Environment, Health

864 Main Street
P.O. Box 215
Osterville, MA 02655

PHONE: 508-420-0780 or toll free 1-866-313-bays

FAX: 508-420-4489



Lindsey Counsell, Executive Director
Judy Heller, Project Manager

HOURS: 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday

Three Bays Preservation, Inc., is a non-profit environmental organization created to preserve, maintain, protect, and enhance the aquatic environment and related ecosystems of the three bay estuary comprised of West Bay, North Bay, and Cotuit Bay in Barnstable County, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and to take action to forestall and minimize threats to the health of the Three Bays' system.

The goals of Three Bays Preservation are to: restore and protect the Bays' habitats to ensure a diverse, balanced, and healthy population of fish, shellfish, wildlife, and plants; assure that the beneficial uses of the Three Bay Watershed, including fishing, swimming, navigation and shell fishing, are improved and protected; monitor, maintain and protect the integrity of Dead Neck and Sampson's Island, sustaining the natural habitat and encouraging the vitality of the nature preserve; increase our scientific understanding of the Three Bays watershed and estuary and use that knowledge to stimulate appropriate public actions; improve water quality by initiating action to eliminate and prevent pollution at its source, and minimize the discharge of pollutants from point and non-point sources; maximize the exchange of water with Nantucket Sound by improving hydraulic flow and flushing through the use of dredging and other waterway modifications; increase public knowledge about the Three Bays ecosystem and stimulate public involvement in the restoration and protection of the health of the Bays; and establish partnerships with Town, County and State Agencies, as well as other environmental interest groups, to achieve these goals.

PUBLICATIONS: The Three Bays Monitor (newsletter)

FEES: Membership, $25-individual, $50-family.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Water Quality Monitoring, Fecal Coliform & DNA Testing

KEYWORDS: dredging, bay, waterway, Cotuit, Barnstable, Cape Cod, water quality monitoring, birds, Osterville, Marstons Mills, nutrient loading, shellfish, eelgrass, macroalgae

Town Departments

Town of Barnstable: Town Departments

Community Preservation Committee
Conservation Division
Marine and Environmental Affairs Division, Natural Resources
Public Health Division

Town of Barnstable
Community Preservation Committee

Town Hall, 367 Main Street, 3rd Floor
Hyannis, MA 02601

PHONE: (508) 862-4675

FAX: (508) 862-4782



CONTACT: Lindsey Counsell, Chair

HOURS: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

The Community Preservation Committee aids the Town in preserving open space and historic sites, and in creating affordable housing and recreational facilities with funds generated from the Community Preservation Act.

PUBLICATIONS: Annual Plan, Annual Report



KEYWORDS: Barnstable, Preservation, Acquisition, Historic, Housing, Recreation, Open Space

Town of Barnstable
Conservation Division

200 Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601

PHONE: (508) 862-4093

FAX: (508) 778-2412



Dennis Houle, Chairman
Rob Gatewood, Administrator

HOURS: 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday

The Conservation Commission is made up of seven appointed volunteers to administer and enforce the Massachusetts Wetland Protection Act, administer Barnstable's local protection bylaw and regulations, manage open space land, develop open space plans, initiate conservation programs, advise town agencies on resource protection, and educate local citizens. The Barnstable Conservation Division serves as the commission's full-time arm, with four full-time employees.

PUBLICATIONS: Copies of regulations, forms, fee schedule, information on special projects, along with trail maps and guides to conservation areas also available on web site at

FEES: Local bylaw fees apply. See web site for fee schedule.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS: The Conservation Division also undertakes pond and wetland restoration projects on behalf of the Town.

KEYWORDS: Barnstable, Biology, Coastal Ponds, Conservation, Educational Services For Children, Hyannis, Land Conservation, Regulatory Enforcement And Information, Water Quality, Water Resources, Wetlands, Restoration

Town of Barnstable
Marine and Environmental Affairs Division, Natural Resources

1189 Phinney's Lane
Centerville, MA 02632

PHONE: (508) 790-6272

FAX: (508) 790-6275



CONTACT: Douglas M. Kalweit, Supervisor

HOURS: 8:30-4:15 Monday-Friday

The Department of Natural Resources enforces the rules and regulations of hunting, fishing, shellfishing, and Wetlands Protection Acts in the Town. The Division deals with marshland, docks, illegal dumping, driving of recreational vehicles, and wildlife management programs. The Barnstable DNR includes the Animal Control Section. The Department issues shellfish permits, Massachusetts Hunting and Fishing licenses, Shooting Range permits.



KEYWORDS: Barnstable, Boating, Coastal Management And Planning, Coastal Recreation, Commercial Fisheries, Marine Mammals, Oil Spills, Ports And Harbors, Recreational Fisheries, Shellfisheries, Water Pollution, Wildlife

Town of Barnstable
Public Health Division

200 Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601

PHONE: (508) 862-4644

FAX: (508) 790-6304

E-MAIL: Not available.


CONTACT: Thomas A. McKean, Department Head

HOURS: 8:00-4:30 Monday-Friday

The Public Health Division enforces the Massachusetts General Laws, the state Sanitary Code, the state Environmental Code, Federal Food Code, and local health regulations. This includes, but is not limited to, the location, construction and repair of septic systems, retail food sanitation, hazardous material storage and disposal, solid waste disposal, bathing water quality, private water supplies, private wells, and non- community public water supplies.



SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Barnstable Water Watchers and Invasive Plant Program

KEYWORDS: Barnstable, Health, Mosquito Control, Public, Red Tide, Regulatory Enforcement And Information, Seafood, Water Quality


Town of Barnstable: Schools

Academy of Early Learning
Barnstable High School
Barnstable Horace Mann Charter School
Barnstable Middle School
Barnstable-West Barnstable Elementary School
Cape Cod Academy
Centerville Elementary School
Cotuit/Marstons Mills Elementary School
Faith Christian Academy
Hyannis East Elementary School
Hyannis West Elementary School
Marstons Mills East Elementary School
Osterville Bay Elementary School
Osterville Elementary School
Pope John Paul II High School
St. Francis Xavier Prepatory School
Sturgis Charter Public School
Trinity Christian Academy of Cape Cod, Inc.

Academy of Early Learning (Independent)
465 Falmouth Road, Hyannis, MA 02601
(508) 790-8104
(508) 790-8968-FAX
Headmaster: John F. Cooper
Director: Bonnie Cooper

Barnstable High School (Public)
744 West Main Street, Hyannis, MA 02601
(508) 790-6445
(508) 790-6430-FAX
Principal: Pat Graves
Librarian: Sharon Morgan
Science Dept. Coord.: Carol Bernon

Barnstable Horace Mann Charter School (Public)
730 Osterville-West Barnstable Road, Marstons Mills, MA 02648
(508) 420-2272
(508) 420-0185-FAX
E-MAIL: Not available.
Principal: Kara Peterson
Librarian: Kara Harvey and Dottie Stewart(Assistants)
Curriculum Coord.: Laurel Brown

Barnstable Middle School (Public)
895 Falmouth Road, Hyannis, MA 02601
(508) 790-6460
(508) 790-6435-FAX
Principal: Lisa Chen
Librarian: Kathleen Hammond
Science Dept. Coord.: Patricia Gardiner

Barnstable-West Barnstable Elementary School (Public)
2463 Main Street, West Barnstable, MA 02668
(508) 362-4949
(508) 362-1740-FAX
E-MAIL: Not available.
Principal: Frank Gigliotti
Librarian: Carrie Bearse (Assistant)
Science Dept. Coord.:

Cape Cod Academy (Private)
50 Osterville-W. Barnstable Rd., P.O. Box 469, Osterville, MA 02655
(508) 428-5400
(508) 428-0701-FAX
Headmaster: Clark Daggett
Librarian: Ann Richard
Science Dept. Coord.: Brad Garrity

Centerville Elementary School (Public)
658 Bay Lane, Centerville, MA 02632
(508) 790-9890
(508) 798-6033-FAX
E-MAIL: Not available.
Principal: Sheila Burns
Librarian: Mary Robbins (Assistant)
Science Dept. Coord.:

Cotuit/Marstons Mills Elementary School (Public)
140 Old Oyster Road, Cotuit, MA 02635
(508) 428-0268
(508) 428-3169-FAX
E-MAIL: Not available.
Principal: Susanne H. Leary
Librarian: Kim Keith (Assistant)
Science Dept. Coord.:

Faith Christian Academy (Private)
154 Bearses Way, Hyannis, MA 02601
(508) 775-1830
(508) 790-7886-FAX
Principal: Rev. Robedee

Hyannis East Elementary School (Public)
165 Bearses Way, Hyannis, MA 02601
(508) 790-6485
(508) 790-6432-FAX
E-MAIL: Not available.
Principal: Karen Stonely
Librarian: Carol Rutherford (Assistant)
Science Dept. Coord.:

Hyannis West Elementary School (Public)
549 West Main Street, Hyannis, MA 02601
(508) 790-6480
(508) 790-6433-FAX
E-MAIL: or
Principal: Jonathan Hirst
Librarian: Gail Nemetz
Science Dept. Coord.:

Marstons Mills East Elementary School (Public)
760 Osterville/Barnstable Road, Marstons Mills, MA 02648
(508) 420-1100
(508) 420-1486-FAX
E-MAIL: Not available.
Principal: Alfred J. Menesale
Librarian: Sue Carol Semprini (Assistant)
Science Dept. Coord.:

Osterville Bay Elementary School (Public)
99 West Bay Road, Osterville, MA 02655
(508) 428-8538
(508) 428-2381-FAX
E-MAIL: Not available.
Principal: Donna Lee Forloney
Librarian: Linda Landers (Assistant)
Science Dept. Coord.:

Osterville Elementary School (Public)
350 Bumps River Road, Osterville, MA 02655
(508) 428-6638
(508) 428-6174-FAX
E-MAIL: Not available.
Principal: Donna Lee Forloney
Librarian: Linda Landers (Assistant)
Science Dept. Coord.:

Pope John Paul II High School (Catholic)
120 High School Road, Hyannis, MA 02601
(508) 862-6336
(508) 862-6339-FAX
Principal: Christopher Keavy
Science Dept. Coord: James Remillard

St. Francis Xavier Prepatory School (Roman Catholic)
33 Cross Street, Hyannis, MA 02601
(508) 771-7200
(508) 771-7233-FAX
Principal: Robert H. Deburro
Librarian: Gina Tucker
Science Dept. Coords.: Jackie Battles and Thomasina Taylor

Sturgis Charter Public School (Public)
427 Main Street, Hyannis, MA 02601
(508) 778-1782
(508) 771-6785-FAX
Executive Director: Eric Hieser
Librarian: Marion Weeks and Sara Hannegan
Science Dept. Coord.: Cindy Gallo

Trinity Christian Academy of Cape Cod, Inc. (Private)
979 Mary Dunn Road, Barnstable, MA 02630
(508) 790-0114
(508) 790-1293-FAX
Headmaster : Merrilyn Grodecki
Librarian: Judy Swenson
Science Dept. Coord.: Lisa Williamson

Last updated: January 14, 2015

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