The land deal, secured by the Buzzards Bay Coalition and The 300 Committee Land Trust, protects undisturbed wetlands and coastal forest, including over 2,000 feet of shoreline on West Falmouth Harbor and a salt pond.
Removing the dam will help a diverse population of fish and strengthen the river against climate change.
This year we added 76 new places to Discover Buzzards Bay, our online tool that helps you find unique and exciting ways to get outdoors.
This winter, whenever snow falls, we're going to be outside in it!
Learn about "Osprey Hacking" and how you can get involved.
Learn about the life history of rainbow smelt and American eels as well as the history of fisheries in Massachusetts.
Train to become a citizen scientist and help report on important local amphibian species.
What to do with your extra day this year? Take a hike!
Why do we have a February 29th this year? The answer is in the stars!
Leap into trail running with a friendly group looking to enjoy trails through woods, wetlands and former cranberry bogs.
Seek out rare waterfowl and other late wintering birds in Fall River.
Travel along the beach to search for snowy owls during this guided walk.
Explore Falmouth's treasured Beebe Woods with fellow nature lovers and experts.
Celebrate clean water at the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s 27th annual Buzzards Bay Swim, a 1.2-mile course across outer New Bedford Harbor.