2020 Events Calendar

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


CCOM’S WEBINAR SERIES

When celebrating such a milestone as a 50th Anniversary, it is a time to look to the past and consider the future. Over the last few months we have lauded the monumental achievements of CCOM’s early years; now we return to the challenges that we are addressing today and discuss how they will continue to evolve as we enter the next 50 years.

Starting this September, we will be facilitating a series of informational 1-hour webinars on key environmental issues affecting Montauk and the East End, specifically highlighting CCOM’s work within our three leadership initiatives: water quality, coastal resiliency, and environmental sustainability.

The webinars will be conducted by CCOM staff and experts in their respective fields with public participation. If you can’t make the scheduled time, don’t worry – they will all be recorded for future viewing!

WEBINAR SERIES SCHEDULE

October 7, 2020 | 9:30 – 10:30 AM | Toxin Free Fall Landscaping Tips | Edwina von Gal | Perfect Earth Project
Webinar link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83909014142
Edwina von Gal of the Perfect Earth Project is considered one of the top experts on toxin-free landscaping for the benefit of human and environmental health. In this webinar Edwina will present simple and natural techniques for your property that provide beautiful, safe results at no extra cost.  Click on the link above at the scheduled date & time to partake in the live webinar.


September Webinar | Lake Montauk Water Quality Study Results |
 US Geological Survey (USGS)
CLICK HERE to view the recorded webinar.
On September 10th we kicked off our new monthly webinar series with a presentation by US Geological Survey scientists discussing preliminary results from their regional “microbial source tracking” study, which included Lake Montauk thanks to CCOM’s advocacy and funding, with additional support from Long Island Community Foundation and the Town of East Hampton.
Click the link above to view the recorded webinar. (55 Minutes)

Upcoming Topics ( time & date will be announced soon)
November: Harmful Algal Blooms, Dr. Chris Gobler, Stony Brook Southampton
December: Coastal Resiliency