News & Events

Cape Cod Chronicle: Bioblitz at PBCB

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The Cape Cod Chronicle covered the Bioblitz held at PBCB on May 25th. The article features a Photo Gallery of the Monomoy High School Biology students braving the wind and rain to explore the marine life of Pleasant Bay and obtain samples for genetic testing. Read the full article here.

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We’re Gearing Up for Summer!

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There’s lots going on at PBCB’s campus as we get ready to greet summer, sailors, students and guests! Have you seen the latest Newsletter? It’s chock full of information on upcoming programs, events and happenings. From Bioblitz to First Sail, from Fins, Whiskers and Claws to the Monomoy High School Sailing Team practicing at PBCB, […]

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PBCB Stars in Edible Cape Cod

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What do climate change, local food production on Cape Cod and … hmmm, PBCB have to do with one another? Local journalist Aline Lindeman connects the dots for you. In the Spring edition of Edible Cape Cod, the quarterly magazine that investigates and celebrates the local, organic food of Cape Cod, Lindeman explores the connections between […]

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VIDEO: FROM PARIS TO PLEASANT BAY (The Paris Accord, Climate Change & Cape Cod)

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In June 2017, 200 people gathered at the Weequasett Inn to hear Rich Delany, CEO of the Center for Coastal Studies (CCS) address the risks that climate change pose to the Cape Cod environment. PBCB and CCS co-sponsored the event, which was also the the kick-off for the new organization, the Cape Cod Climate Change […]

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Volunteer Work Day

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Spring Cleanup! Got a few hours?  We could use a few hands! Saturday, May 20 9:00am – 1:00pm Arrive when you can and stay for as long as you are able.  Bring a brown bag lunch to relax after your labors with lunch on the bay. Click here for more details, or call 508.945.7245 (SAIL).

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Cape Cod Chronicle: Film, Discussion Focuses On Plastic Pollution In The Oceans

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CHATHAM – Just by walking along the shore, it’s clear how much plastic washes onto the beach from the ocean. Every year, the observation is confirmed by beach cleanups, which consistently collect more plastic than any other item. It’s not just a local problem; it’s worldwide, as the makers of the documentary “A Plastic Ocean” […]

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A Partner in Every Sense of the Word

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Back when PBCB’s executive director Charlie Sumner was town administrator for the town of Brewster, he discovered that the young people who attended Cape Cod Technical Regional High School were hidden gems. He had hired the school and their students for municipal work and found them talented, skilled…and affordable! So, when one of PBCB’s campus […]

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Birding Around Pleasant Bay

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Saturday, March 25 9:00 AM -11:00 AM Join Pleasant Bay Community Boating in association with the Audubon Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary (MAS) staff for an opportunity to explore some of the best birding spots on the bay! The largest estuary on Cape Cod, Pleasant Bay is a biologically diverse and productive marine habitat, and an […]

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“A Plastic Ocean” at the Orpheum, sponsored by PBCB

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SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, March 4, 2017 10:00AM* – 12:30PM Orpheum Theater 637 Main Street, Chatham Adults – $18 Youth (11 and under) – $10 Pleasant Bay Community Boating is pleased to announce the premiere Cape Cod screening of the film A Plastic Ocean at the Orpheum Theater in Chatham. A Plastic Ocean is a […]

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PBCB Annual Report 2016

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Pleasant Bay Community Boating is pleased to present its Annual Report 2016. Our second year on the new campus was full of fun, firsts, and friendships. Read all about our new programs, partnerships and plans, and the many businesses and individuals who contributed to our success. Click here to read and download a copy.

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