When people hear about cuts to federal and state conservation funding, this is what we risk losing: clean water, natural landscapes, wildlife habitats, healthy outdoor recreation, and the quality of life in our communities.
Forests are one of the key secrets behind the Bay’s relatively good health. To protect clean water for future generations, we need to protect these forests.
Here’s how you can hike the Falmouth Moraine Trail’s three sections — or the entire 9-mile trail if you’re up for an adventure!
Discover nature in a new and exciting way on this kid-friendly adventure!
Through guided mindfulness meditation, you will experience nature with your senses wide open during this winter walk.
Take a two-hour hike on the Frost Pocket Trail and the Bentley Loop.
All are welcome on this winter bird walk with the Nasketucket Bird Club.
Learn about all the interesting things owls eat at this owl pellet dissection event.
Enjoy the wonderful natural sights that winter has to offer on this winter-long walk series.
Travel along the beach and onto private land to search for snowy owls during this guided walk.
Explore the northeast section of Myles Standish State Forest with your dog.
Explore 5 miles of woodlands, ponds, and meadows on this moderate winter hike through the forest.
Watch for wintering seals and seabirds on this heated boat tour of Woods Hole.
Celebrate clean water at the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s 25th annual Buzzards Bay Swim, a 1.2-mile course across outer New Bedford Harbor.