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.
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.
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.
Meet some new friends - human and canine! - get some exercise, and learn about ways to explore Buzzards Bay with your dog.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to fish? Come try your hand at this great pastime!
Take a canoe trip on the majestic Slocum River with a group of fellow female adventurers.
Your little ones can learn about the animals and plants that live around Buzzards Bay during this hands-on, four-program series.
Join this family-friendly birding club for field study and guided walks around Allens Pond.
Re-energize your spirit at this mid-week yoga workshop!
Join Professor Robert J. Gegear to hear how pollinators play a critical role in natural ecosystems - and why they are under threat.
As the sun set over Buzzards Bay, participants will be guided through a series of yoga poses to relax and restore a sense of inner harmony. This class is accessible to all levels of experience.
Learn how pollinators support native biodiversity on this walk with Dr. Robert Gegear!
Learn more about the amazing monarch butterfly, how to properly handle and tag them, and how science can help us understand their migration.