With an abundance of east-facing coastline, Buzzards Bay has some outstanding sunrise spots where the morning colors are reflected and magnified by ocean waters, still ponds, and quiet bays.
The Coalition is continuing to lead an effort that will ultimately save nearly 250 acres surrounding Dartmouth's Allens Pond, one of the most significant coastal habitats in southern New England.
The Coalition’s popular riverfront park, the Acushnet Sawmill, will expand into New Bedford with safer access, more parking, and new community gardens.
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.
If you don’t know what you have to begin with, then you can’t know what you’ve lost. That’s the philosophy behind the Coalition’s continuing efforts to monitor the loss of salt marshes around Buzzards Bay.
Clean water in Buzzards Bay has a delicious upside: fantastic seafood for your dinner table! Here are some classic and creative ways to prepare Buzzards Bay’s coastal favorites.
The streams and wetlands at The Bogs in Mattapoisett will provide improved water flow and wildlife habitat as part of a Coalition-led restoration project beginning later this year.
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 9,800 members who support our work to protect clean water.