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!
Join Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust for a 6.5-mile hike.
Join photographer Greg Stone to learn how to capture the winter landscape through the lens of your camera.
Explore a maze of wooded trails on this brisk, 4-mile morning hike through time.
View winter ducks and other avian visitors in Mattapoisett.
Take a family hike on Gooseberry focused on learning about and looking for seals!
See the beauty of the forest in winter on this roughly 7-mile hike.
Learn about animals that can survive the world's most hostile environments, then create a fun craft!
Learn about the life, migration, and history of striped bass in our state and region.
Take a 5-mile hike along rolling wooded trails, bog paths, and grassy pastures on the Cataumet Greenway.
Celebrate clean water at the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s 27th annual Buzzards Bay Swim, a 1.2-mile course across outer New Bedford Harbor.