b'Chapter 11Not Just for Kids Chapter 12Taking ActionCape Cod Museum of Natural History, www.ccmnh.org Coastal Sweep, www.coastsweep.umb.eduCape Cod Pathways, www.capecodcommission.org/pathways/home.htm Friends of Chatham Waterways, www.chathamwaterways.orgThe Ocean Conservancy, www.oceanconservancy.org. Friends of Pleasant Bay, www.fopb.org Wellfl eet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, www.massaudubon.orgWoods Hole Science Aquarium, www.nefsc.noaa.gov/nefsc/aquariumAcknowledgementsThis program is supported in part by a grant from the Chatham Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. This book was born on the shores of Puget Sound.The Puget Soundbook 2003, 1991, by author James A. Kolb and illus-trator Dianne Gusset Bressler was originally funded by the Puget Sound Water Quality Authority and is part of the award-winning FOR SEA family of curriculum guides for grades 1-12, available from FOR SEA Institute of Marine Science, Indianola, Washington 98342 (www.forsea.org).With permission, The Puget Soundbook grew into The Island Blue Pages.The Booklet Committee, a dedicated group of volunteers from Vineyard environmental groups, the Marthas Vineyard Commission, and town employees under the leader-ship of the Marthas Vineyard Shellfi sh Group, adapted it to the East Coast waters of Marthas Vineyard and the Wampanoag Tribe of Gayhead (Aquinnah) provided major funding.For a complete version of The Island Blue Pages, visit the website www.islandbluepages.org or contact the Marthas Vineyard Shellfi sh Group at 508-693-0391.The Orleans Pond Coalition, with permission, adapted The Puget Soundbook and The Island Blue Pages to The Orleans Blue Pages refl ecting conditions specifi c to Orleans but also generic to Cape Cod in hopes other organizations would continue to spread the word to protect our waters.To learn more about OPC, a not-for-profi t organization dedicated to preserving and protecting fresh and marine waters, visit the website www.orleanspondcoalition.org.For information on reproducing these materials, email info@orleanspondcoalition.org.Orleans Pond Coalition is not responsible for future adaptations of The Or-leans Blue Pages.Friends of Chatham Waterways (FCW), with permission, adapted The Puget Soundbook, The Island Blue Pages, and The Or-leans Blue Pages to Chatham Blue Pages drawing attention to qualities that are unique to Chatham as well as generic to Cape Cod, in the hope that other towns will want to protect their waters also.A Special Thank You To: The Town of Chatham:Kristin Andres, Robert Duncanson, Ph.D., Ted Keon, Paul Lagg, and Stuart Smith Chatham Blue Pages Committee:Chairman:Chuck Bartlett; Bill Appleyard, George Cooper, Jane Harris, Barbara Holden, Frank Messina, and George Olmsted;Contributing writers:Barbara Waters and Nancy Yeaw;Editor:Lew KimballFinances:Chairman:Bill Coleman; Chuck Bartlett, Jim Blankenship, Walter Butler, George Cooper, Kim Doggett, Dick Evans, Tom King, Nat Mason, Frank Messina, and George OlmstedAdvisors:Chatham:Robert Verity Clem, Paulette Fehlig, Andrew Griscom, Louise Russell, and Mark Simonitsch; Orleans:Marvin Corlette, Liz Delima, Sandy MacFarlane, and Len ShortLayout and Set-up:Marie Williams of WatermarkSelected Drawings and Art Work:Kassie Foss and Barbara HoldenCover Photo:Kelsey Kennard Photo Gallery (capecodphotos.com) Summer, 2009, all rights reserved.Inside Photos:Geri Appleyard (www.geriappleyard.com) Reproduction in whole or in part prohibited without permission.Page 62 bluepages.indd 62 8/26/2009 1:53:21 PM'