The Cornell Club of Cape Cod invites you to join them on Tuesday, March 9 for a talk with Dr. Betsy Gladfelter. She will explain how nature-based solutions to increase resilience to climate change were employed to restore Falmouth’s Coonamessett River, which was impacted for 200 years by a series of mills and then for 100 years as cranberry bogs. In addition, recreational and educational opportunities have been enhanced through the development of the Coonamessett Greenway Heritage Trail.
Date: Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Time: 7:00 – 8:30PM
While the event is free, the registration page is set up to take donations to go towards the Cornell Club of Cape Cod’s scholarship fund. These funds are awarded each year to local students while they are attending Cornell. Any donation amount is much appreciated!
Questions: Ken Brink ’71