Tag Archives: National Seashore

Towns Swim Together for Beach Safety

https://vimeo.com/345957666 02 July 2019 - WELLFLEET, MA - It may have taken a shark crisis to bring them together, but in a press conference this week six Lower Cape towns and the National Seashore shared their very real success in following a collaborative path to launch a range of tools for beach safety and all around emergency response enhancement.... Read More

Coyotes Stir Up Controversy Across Cape Cod

08 March 2019 - EASTHAM, MA - The Outer Cape has no shortage of coyotes, though a recent coyote hunting contest sponsored by a local sporting goods store has stirred up controversy about the presence of these furry neighbors. Stephanie Ellis, Executive Director of Wild Care, offers some insight on the often misunderstood behavior of these curious canines. https://vimeo.com/3... Read More

Walking the Boardwalk in Eastham

EASTHAM — The popular boardwalk trail through the red maple swamp at Fort Hill is now fully repaired and open as of this week, according to the Cape Cod National Seashore. “We finally got it done,” said resident Noreen Thompsen, who has been a primary local voice of concern for the past two years pushing for repairs to the Red Maple Cedar Swamp Trail, to the point of w... Read More

Outer Cape Community Keeps Searching for Shark Solutions

26 October 2018 - EASTHAM, MA - The search for answers carries on after two shark attacks this past summer on the Outer Cape - one of which was fatal. Officials continue seeking solutions to this complex issue as the dynamics between humans and sharks evolves and changes. https://vimeo.com/297385032... Read More

Legislative Update: Climate, Transportation, Opioid Crisis

**closed captioned** 23 October 2018 - EASTHAM, MA - Join Teresa Martin, State Rep. Sarah Peake, and State Sen. Julian Cyr for your monthly 15-minute update about legislation affecting the Lower Cape. https://vimeo.com/296698874  ... Read More

Statement from Cape Cod Chamber regarding Shark Attacks

We are extremely saddened by the news of the death of the swimmer today, and extend our sympathies and expressions of support to the family. While details are just now unfolding that can tell us more, we want to note that shark/human interactions are still extremely rare.  The University of Florida data shows that in 2017, 88 people reported unprovoked contact with sharks,... Read More

Students Celebrate World Oceans Day Understanding Beach Trash

28 June 2018 - ORLEANS, MA - As part of World Oceans Day, Nauset Regional Middle School students not only cleaned up the beach - they also hauled back the debris and analyzed where and why it ended up in their trash bags. https://vimeo.com/278016260... Read More

End of Year Review 2017 – New Buildings, New Places

29 December 2017 - EASTHAM, MA - Time for a look a look back at LowerCape News in 2017 ... Can you believe this time last year the new library hadn't opened? Let's visit some of the newly minted places of 2017. https://vimeo.com/249113402... Read More

2017 in Review – Politics & Policy

9 December 2017- EASTHAM MA - From reaction to the national politic scene, to local action on regional issues, the Lower Cape went active in 2017. Join us for some of the year's highlights. https://vimeo.com/249113656... Read More

Rubber Duckies Splash Down in Eastham

https://vimeo.com/243000150 14 November 2017 - EASTHAM, MA - Nothing says Thanksgiving is coming better than at little rubber ducky - at least if you're part of the annual festivities in Eastham!... Read More