This year, the Buzzards Bay Coalition made significant progress on every front—ongoing pollution cleanup, focused land protection, active restoration, and community engagement—thanks to our supporters and partners, and together we will accomplish even more in 2021.
Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing provide the perfect way to get out in the snow and enjoy the wintry woodlands of the Buzzards Bay watershed during those fleeting days when the forests are draped in white.
The Buzzards Bay Coalition is working to address the problem of salt marsh decline on Buzzards Bay by assessing a restoration technique that has been shown to be effective in other places in the Northeast.
Work is underway on the installation of conservation moorings in West Falmouth Harbor. The project aims to help restore eelgrass, which plays a vital role in the health of the harbor. The effort will be complete by next spring.
A 221-acre parcel of forest and wetlands in the northeastern corner of Rochester that sits at the headwaters of the Sippican River is now permanently protected by the Buzzards Bay Coalition, preserving critical habitat for wildlife and for public access.