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.
Discover the fascinating history of the bog in Myles Standish State Forest, from iron production to cranberry agriculture.
Live animal demonstrations, specimens to observe and touch, hikes, activities and crafts bring nature themes to life.
Get in some training miles and see the beautiful Watershed Ride route for yourself on this 30-mile ride, from Apponagansett Park to Horseneck Beach and back.
Ponds, open fields, and wooded trails make this a premier spot to look for fall migrants.
Explore the flora and fauna that live on, in, and around the largest pond in Myles Standish State Forest.
Explore the lives, culture and practices of local Wampanoag people prior to and immediately after European contact.
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!
Explore local conservation properties that provide sanctuary for migrating fall birds!
Learn to identify local raptor species as more than "some sort of hawk" through this illustrated presentation!