Take in woodland tranquility and abundant water views within the Assawompset Pond Complex, a system of conservation lands around five freshwater ponds in Lakeville, Middleborough, and Rochester.
The Coalition and the Buzzards Bay National Estuary Program will undertake a multi-year project to research how Bay marshes are changing and what might impact their health.
Population counts of river herring were up in three of Buzzards Bay’s most important rivers — the Agawam, Acushnet, and Mattapoisett Rivers — during spring 2019. But rising numbers don’t mean that the work to protect river herring has ended.
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.
The station saw nearly 600 visitors of all ages between the end of June and the end of August.
Thanks to a new grant, the Coalition will have the funding to continue and expand programs that immerse New Bedford students in Buzzards Bay.
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.