Our Vision

Cape Conservation Corps envisions a community where residents:

  • Have pride, appreciation and passion for our natural spaces.

  • Understand and own our individual impacts on our environment and quality of life in Cape St. Claire.

  • Eliminate destructive storm water runoff and erosion from our properties.

  • Eradicate invasive plant species from the landscape of Cape St. Claire and plant native species everywhere.

  • Nurture healthy beaches, streams and woodlands for the benefit of our community and children.

Think global, act local

Understand and own your individual impact on our environment and quality of life in Cape St. Claire.

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Storm water: Slow it down, spread it out, soak it in

Improve the health of local waterways by eliminating storm water run off and erosion from our properties.

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Restore healthy woodlands

Eradicate invasive plant species from the landscape of Cape St. Claire and plant native species everywhere..

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Restoring our Beaches

Nurture healthy beaches, streams and woodlands for the benefit of our community and children.

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Praying Mantis

Read this fascinating article on praying mantis from The Nature Conservancy (click on the picture below): While you are there, The Nature Conservancy has more interesting articles at the page: http://blog.nature.org/science/

Cape Conservation Corps Fall Native Plant Fest & Sale

By Stacey Wildberger What can we say about 2020 that hasn’t already been said?  Everything has been cancelled or “postponed” or reimagined.  This year nothing has been the same but people have found a way to persevere, find new hobbies, spend quiet time with their families, and escape the hustle and bustle of life.  After […]

Importance of Planting for Specialist Bees & Pollinators

By: Stacey Wildberger “Let’s stop saying a flowering plant is a pollinator magnet because you see adults from a generalist insect species visiting the blooms (hello, bumble bees). Too often we greenwash human privilege and supremacy by assuming that because something is using a plant we find pretty, whether exotic or native, then the plant […]

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