Climate change has come to Concord as we witnessed this year at White Pond. What can we do to ensure that our town is ready to face the challenges of a changing world? This free forum is a good place to gather information and meet other people who care about the most important issue of our times. Please consider attending. This event is free and no advance registration is required.
Do you live in the White Pond watershed? A group of students from the Rivers and Revolutions program at Concord-Carlisle High School are working on a project searching for possible reasons for the toxic algal bloom this summer. They are conducting a brief survey of residents in the White Pond watershed area (the shaded area in the map above and attached). This survey is anonymous, should take only a minute or two, and is a great way to help the community out.If you live in the White Pond Watershed area and are willing to participate, please use the following link to access the online survey. http://goo.gl/forms/HsCqfLONTv
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Preserve White Pond is a tribute to White Pond and the natural gifts it offers our community.