A mindfulness walk can be good for mind, body, and soul. Best of all, it's an activity that can be done at any park or reserve near your home.
The Coalition has won a $75,000 grant to support testing a faster and more efficient approach to monitoring the effectiveness of nitrogen-reducing septic systems.
The first 28 years of Baywatchers water quality data has been published in the international scientific journal, Scientific Data, improving access to the information for researchers around the world.
It’s your Bay, so get outside and enjoy it! Whether on the water or on land, you can find an outdoor activity and discover your Buzzards Bay today.
Rob Thieler's passion for open-water swimming with the Chappy Swimmers inspired his decision to dive into the 28th annual Buzzards Bay Swim.
The Baywatchers water quality monitoring program started its 2021 season in late May, marking its 30th season of operation and making it one of the nation’s longest running and largest water quality monitoring efforts involving citizen scientists.
Thanks to the Coalition’s recent appeal and settlement of the town’s wastewater treatment plant permit, Falmouth is now operating under the strictest permit ever issued to it.
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