Past Events2023-01-22T14:11:52-05:00

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904, 2022

DCLT-NLC Cultural Respect Easement

On December 9, 2021, the DCLT and the Native Land Conservancy (NLC), a Native-led land trust based in Mashpee, MA, signed a legal document that provides safe passage to the [...]

1705, 2023

DCLT’s D-Y Intern Trio Competes at MIT

5/8/2023: Three young women represented Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School (DYRHS) at the 2023 Massachusetts High School Science & Engineering Fair on May 5th at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology [...]

3103, 2023

DCLT Fall 2022 Newsletter

1. President’s Message 2. 2022 Summer Auction 3. Nature’s Connections 4. DCLT’s Community Scientist 5. Summer Highlights 6. Connected Cape Cod Bay 7. From COVID College to DCLT 8. 2022 [...]

2803, 2023

2022 Summer Auction

2022 Summer Auction Sunday, July 31, 2022 5-9pm Thank you to all who made the 2022 CONSERVATION CELEBRATION Auction Event a success! [...]

1502, 2023

Scargo Lake

Scargo Lake Dennis Village Scargo Lake, also known as Scargo Pond and formerly known as Flax Pond and Crowell Pond, is a 60 acre natural kettlehole pond [...]

1502, 2023

Fresh Pond

Fresh Pond South Dennis Fresh Pond is a 30-acre Great Pond located between Main Street and Route 134 in South Dennis. It is among the best protected [...]

1709, 2022

Rubber Duck Regatta 2022

Join us to celebrate the DCLT's family friendly event of the year! Saturday, September 17th at Corporation Beach from 11 am to 2 pm (rain date: Sunday, September 18th) [...]

3005, 2022

What’s in Bloom?

Black-Eyed Coneflower or more commonly, Black-Eyed Susans Rudbeckia hirta This native plant flowers mid- summer into fall on Cape Cod.  See it most likely in people's yards or as a [...]

105, 2022

DCLT Spring 2022 Newsletter

1. Let’s Protect Tobey West! 2. Indigenous Cultural Access Guaranteed Forever by Easement in Dennis 3. The DCLT Does Science and Education 4. Korri Basinger, my Time with AmeriCorps at [...]

302, 2022

DCLT Water Initiative

Residents and visitors are drawn to Cape Cod for its aquatic resources. Yet increasing population density and our changing climate threaten the aesthetic, economic, recreational, and ecological values of the [...]

711, 2021


October 20, 2021  This year, the DCLT Annual Meeting returned as an in-person event.  Approximately 60 members filled the audience with President of the Board of Trustees, Joe Masse presenting, [...]

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