The Cape Cod Conservation District serves the citizens of Barnstable County in helping to address the resource concerns of its soil, water and other resources.

Established in 1947, as a subdivision of state government to bring USDA conservation methods to area farmers, the District currently is comprised of seven volunteer members from Barnstable County. The District Board of Supervisors works in cooperation with its federal partner, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), and many federal, state and local agencies to assist local landowners in solving resource problems in Barnstable County. The philosophy of the District recognizes that local citizens involved in helping to preserve and enhance their natural resources is the best solution.

The District offers not only thoughtful environmental approaches to conservation, but also emphasizes education about our natural resources. The District sponsors many environmental education programs that promote wise use of soil, water and related resources.

There are 14 districts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts all serving their respective counties.

Conserving land, water, forests, wildlife and related natural resources

303 Main Street, West Yarmouth, MA 02673 ♦ Contact Us

Text Box: Calendar 
  No Spring 2017 District Plant Sale Scheduled

District Meeting - April 13, 2017 - 4:30pm
303 Main Street, West Yarmouth, MA 02673
Text Box: On-Call Contract Work  
  The Cape Cod Conservation District invites individuals and organizations with specific expertise in the following areas for on-call, project-specific contract work.
Coastal/Wetland Ecology
Restoration Ecology
Hydrology
Fisheries Science
Topographic Survey
Vegetation/Environmental Assessment
Environmental Permitting
Environmental Engineering
Stormwater Management
Hydrologic Modeling
Natural Resources Conservation Planning
Area Use Management Planning
GIS
Grant Writing
Public Outreach
Please send a letter of interest, along with resume and rates
 to cccd@capecodcd.org
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