On June 29, West Falmouth residents packed into an auditorium at Falmouth Academy for a symposium on the last 25 years of science and policy around nitrogen-polluted West Falmouth Harbor.
Working in partnership with the Rochester Land Trust, the Coalition has successfully protected 80 acres of white cedar swamp, an imperiled habitat in the state.
The many habitats around Buzzards Bay are perfect for getting your kids hooked on safe, responsible, and fun fresh water angling.
Help the Buzzards Bay Coalition keep an eye on the health of the water in your community. Become a Baywatcher, and you can volunteer as a "citizen scientist" on the water this summer.
This self-service station, located at the Cuttyhunk Harbor fuel dock, will be open from dawn to dusk, May through September.
The Coalition is working with the town of Gosnold to install a free, permanent boat waste pumpout station in Cuttyhunk Harbor, which will begin service in June 2018.
Last summer’s dry weather conditions seemed to help boost Bay Health numbers in dozens of waterways from Westport to Woods Hole – but a wet start to 2017 may mean that the Bay gets larger dose of harmful nitrogen pollution this spring.