With proper awareness and some simple precautions, both hunters and hikers can enjoy the outdoors this time of year.
Nitrogen pollution in Buzzards Bay did not get worse in 2015 for the first time in over a decade, according to the Coalition’s latest State of Buzzards Bay report.
The Coalition is leading the effort to conserve over 200 acres of coastal forests, wetlands, and working farmland on Allens Pond to save this jewel of Buzzards Bay forever.
It’s your Bay, so get outside and enjoy it! Whether on land or on the water, find an outdoor activity and discover Buzzards Bay today.
The academy’s partnership with the Coalition has created a new project for students studying careers in marine biology and environmental research.
The Coalition continues to move forward with saving one of the most important remaining native sea-run brook trout habitats in southern New England.
We work to protect clean water on the Bay and on the land:
You can help save Buzzards Bay. Join the Buzzards Bay Coalition, and become one of more than 8,000 members who support our work to protect clean water.