On April 22, Earth Day, we partnered with the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and CARE to sponsor an all-Cape education hour. We were at nearly every transfer station on the Cape from 9:00 to 10:00 in the morning. We look forward to engaging with our towns and the Cape as a whole through 2018 as we campaign for voluntary elimination of plastic use!

Press Coverage

Sustainable Practices

How a healthy lifestyle can slow global warming

When it comes to litter, pitch in; don’t throw out

Banning Plastic Bags Proposal to be Discussed in Brewster

The Big Barnstable County Beach Clean-up

Film Explores 'The True Cost' Of Clothing Manufacturing: Sustainable Practices Series At Orpheum

What's Happening: Sustainable Practices' Beach Cleanup & Film Series

What's Happening: Sustainable Practices Film Contest real testimonials

Big Ideas for Cape Cod: Recap and Photo Round-up! coming events

Cape Environmental Film Contest Opens

Brewster Organization Continues to Push For Plastic Bottle Ban

Away Is Here

Chatham sculptor to create the ‘Steward’ award

Being informed consumers is best Earth Day gift

Film Contest Seeks Submissions

Group Seeks to Ban Single-Use Plastic Bottles on Cape Cod

Plastic bottle ban on Cape Cod? One group is trying

Campaign launches to ban plastic bottles on Cape

Sustainability Message Returns To Chatham Orpheum With 'Tapped'

Orpheum hosts Tapped screening

Should We Ban Single-use Plastic Bottles on Cape Cod?

Orpheum hosts film series on sustainability