CCOM 2018 Events Calendar

All CCOM Events Are Free & Open To the Public Unless Otherwise Noted

Septic Replacement Q & A
Old cesspools and ineffective, outdated septic systems are polluting our ground and surface waters.  Have questions or want more information on getting a new low-nitrogen system covered by the Town and/or County, or need help with the process?  This will be a casual session in an open setting to help walk you through the septic replacement process and applications, with updated information about the County grant program.  Morning refreshments will be served!
WHEN: Monday 2/25 @ 8:30AM – 11:30AM
WHO: Mellissa & Sam of East Hampton Town Natural Resources Dept.
WHERE: CCOM Office, 6 S. Elmwood Ave, Montauk

CCOM Speaker Series: Alewives
Alewives are a diadromous species – fish that return to freshwater rivers from the sea to spawn – and are invaluable to our ecosystems, but over the years many rivers and streams have been compromised from development, dams, and invasive plants.  Restoration of their habitats has been a major priority with our partners at Peconic Estuary Program, and Seatuck Environmental Association has taken the lead on tracking the progress and populations of the fish.  Come learn why these fish are so important, what’s being done, and how you can help!
Thursday 3/14 @ 5:00PM – 6:00PM
WHO: Enrico Nardone, Seatuck Environmental Association
WHERE: Montauk Library

CCOM Speaker Series: Climate Change
The Climate Reality Project, created by former Vice President Al Gore, focuses on mobilizing people, at all levels of society, in taking action to finding a solution to the climate crisis.  Cate Rogers of the Long Island Chapter will discuss what climate change means for the East End, the effects that we are experiencing now, and how we can take action as we look into the very near future.
WHEN: Tuesday 4/9 @ 5:00PM – 6:00PM
WHO: Cate Rogers, The Climate Reality Project, LI Chapter
WHERE: Montauk Library