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!
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.
Take a beautiful (and hopefully snowy!) 3-mile hike to follow animal tracks through the woods.
Come discover the “night life” during this free evening hike under the blue moon.
Make your loved ones a nature-inspired valentine during this family-friendly activity.
Join local birder Bill Gill to look for rare winter visitors. Beginners and newcomers are welcome.
During this mid-morning walk, you’ll get some fresh air and exercise while learning how to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle and explore the outdoors.
Through fun games and hands-on activities, your little ones can learn about Buzzards Bay’s animals, plants, and habitats during this four-program series.
Stargaze the night away and find out all about the secrets the night sky holds on this family-friendly evening adventure.
Learn what to do when you find animals in distress and how to live with our wild neighbors at this lecture.
Celebrate clean water at the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s 25th annual Buzzards Bay Swim, a 1.2-mile course across outer New Bedford Harbor.