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Nantucket Sound Won’t Stay a National Treasure Without Your Support

The Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the permanent preservation of Nantucket Sound.


Nantucket Sound faces many threats: coastal erosion, diminished water quality, habitat degradation, and industrial development, among others.


The Alliance is seeking federal legislation to permanently protect and preserve Nantucket Sound as well as safeguard traditional uses like fishing and recreation.


The goal of the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound’s education program is to spread awareness of the importance of Nantucket Sound, its unique environmental, historic and economic values, and the need to protect it for future generations.

A National Treasure

Nantucket Sound is the body of water between Cape Cod and the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. The Sound includes 750 square miles of federal and state waters that possess significant marine habitat for a diversity of ecologically and economically important species.

Map of Nantucket Sound showing Federal and State waters

With Your Help,
We’re Making Great Strides.



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What’s New

MVY Radio’s segment on the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound

MVYRADIO Reporter Joe Stickles interviews Audra Parker from the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound

July Webinar: Photography & Nantucket Sound

July 28, 2022  6:00 pm

Photographer and Cape Cod native Stuart Cooperrider will speak on how Nantucket Sound and Cape Cod are used as sources of inspiration for photography. He will share his own images, provide tips for taking your own pictures, and discuss sharing images on social media. Stuart is a member of the Cotuit Center for the Arts and a juried member of the Cape Cod Art Association where his work is often on exhibit.

Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound
Celebrates 20th Anniversary in May 2022

YOUR TURN: Time to close the circle on Nantucket Sound

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