In April and May, striped bass begin to return to our shores – and so do the fishermen and women who love to catch them. Try your hand at catching a striper, tog, or scup this spring at one of these spots around Buzzards Bay.
This conservation partnership has led to the protection of 50 acres on Angeline Brook, forever preserving some of Westport's unique and threatened habitat for rare native sea-run brook trout.
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.
New Bedford’s solar and wind energy initiatives have established the city as national leader in green energy and climate protection.
240 swimmers dove into outer New Bedford Harbor early Saturday morning to celebrate clean water in Buzzards Bay during the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s 23rd annual Buzzards Bay Swim.
Globally, more than 90 percent of the nitrogen used to produce meat and dairy products, along with 80 percent used to grow plant-based foods, is lost to the environment.
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.