Falmouth Climate Talk Series Continues

Casco Bay

As part of the Falmouth Climate Action Planning process, the Town of Falmouth Sustainability Office and Falmouth Memorial Library are partnering to offer a series of talks on the impacts of climate change on our community and the actions residents can take to make our community more resilient.  

Please join us for our next virtual talk!

Falmouth Climate Talk Series: The State of the Bay (Virtual Event)

Thursday, January 20, 2022, 6:00-7:30pm

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We welcome Curtis Bohlen, Director of the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership, to present the findings from the State of the Bay report and what they mean for the future health of Casco Bay. Plus, Falmouth Wastewater Superintendent Dan Marks and Friends of Casco Bay Staff Scientist Mike Doan will be joining to help answer questions about wastewater’s impact on water quality and how you can help to report on water quality through Friends of Casco Bay’s citizen monitoring program.

Taking Action on Climate

Interested in learning more? The Cathance River Education Alliance (CREA) and Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust (BTLT) are co-sponsoring a series of five talks that touch on many aspects of climate action – including the role that food production and food waste plays in climate impacts, what you can do to help mitigate climate impacts, and how we can build community resilience. While these talks aren’t specific to Falmouth, the topics and discussions definitely apply to our community as well. Plus, Falmouth Sustainability Coordinator Ashley Krulik will be participating in the talk on January 27, entitled Do Something!, which focuses on what actions are most important, how to get started, and what municipalities are doing to mitigate and adapt. For information regarding these events, visit https://www.creamaine.org/events/.

To learn more about Falmouth’s climate action planning process, please visit our website: https://falmouth-cap-gpcog.hub.arcgis.com/. If you have any questions or input regarding lectures, town events, or the climate action planning process, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We look forward to working together to develop a united and comprehensive climate action plan, and we look forward to seeing you soon.