Take Care Cape Cod is a collective group of more than 50 organizations that love Cape Cod and want to see more people connect with this beautiful natural environment. We developed this website to make it easier for you to find fun and interesting ways to learn more about Cape Cod.

Whether you’re interested in Earth Day events, beach cleanups, or nature walks, we’ve got you covered. All the information is here in one easy-to-use place. We provide the latest on environmental events and volunteer opportunities all over Cape Cod.

Interested in diving into a specific topic? You can find information on more than a dozen centers where you can spend time learning more about the science, history, and environment of Cape Cod.


While you are here, you can also learn how you can help “Take Care” of Cape Cod with a fun campaign that pokes fun at the mistakes we all make when the beauty of Cape Cod takes our breath away.

We believe Cape Cod is an environmental success story and a global role model for sustainability. We’re here to connect more people to our beautiful environment and nurture that culture of sustainability.

Dive in!

The Team

CARE for the Cape & Islands
....the mastermind
Cape Cod Anti-Litter Coalition
....trash buster
Quahog Media
....the social media strategist
Take Care Tahoe
....the inspiration
Neta Snook
....the media strategist
....the graphic lead
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Center for Coastal Studies Coalition 
....beach cleanup boss
Nauset Disposal
....the PR maven
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RideAway Adventures
....protector of our waters
  The Studio by the Sea
....beach trash fighter by camera
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....the mastermind's HQ
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Tidal Effects Cape Cod
........marketing copy writer
....the website builder

Our story

The Take Care Cape Cod campaign was adopted in 2019 after Jill Talladay, Executive Director for CARE for the Cape and Islands, learned of a similar campaign in Tahoe, CA that yielded positive results for that area. Jill brought Take Care to Cape Cod, and now Cape Cod is the second site in the country to adopt this campaign to help educate visitors and year round residents about how we can all join together to preserve our precious Cape Cod.

A special thanks to Take Care Tahoe, Meg Siegel at Neta Snook and Nathan Laver at BRONOTSAURUS! for their inspiration and considerable help in launching Take Care Cape Cod.  We all hope Take Care can spread far and wide. 


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Inspired and supported by Take Care Tahoe