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Skylah Reis spent the summer just seven miles from home but a world away from where she grew up, helping to launch the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s new, long-term role in protecting and managing the unique lands and habitats on Cuttyhunk Island.

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The 32nd Annual Meeting of the Buzzards Bay Coalition took place on Thursday, Aug. 20, as a virtual event, via YouTube .

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Dr. Michele Grossman and her teammates on the SouthCoasters Cycling Team—doctors with South Coast Health Care—enjoy training for the Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride almost as much as actually cycling the route.

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Angeline Brook at Herb Hadfield Conservation Area in Westport
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The Buzzards Bay Coalition recently completed the permanent protection of two properties in Westport that contain sensitive and increasingly-rare coldwater streams, which support native sea-run brook trout and other wildlife.

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Cuttyhunk West End Pond and Gosnold Monument
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The Buzzards Bay Coalition and its partners completed acquisition of 68 acres on Cuttyhunk Island, permanently protecting dramatic barrier beaches, coastal marsh and upland habitats.

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The Town of Marion recently took a major step forward in the effort to combat water pollution in Buzzards Bay with the adoption of regulations that will require new construction to install nitrogen-reducing septic systems. 

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beach chair on a Buzzards Bay beach in Fairhaven
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Some of these Buzzards Bay beaches are crowd favorites, while others are hidden gems waiting for you to discover.

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View of Apponagansett Bay through salt marsh along water's edge
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Water quality conditions measured in Buzzards Bay during the summer of 2019 offer a stark reminder about the impact of land development, outdated infrastructure, and climate change on the health of the Bay.

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salt marsh on Brandt Island Cove in Mattapoisett
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A team of researchers will be working in salt marshes around Buzzards Bay this summer to better understand the causes of salt marsh loss and develop strategies to save these essential coastal habitats.

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Working to Save Buzzards Bay

The Buzzards Bay Coalition is a membership-supported organization dedicated to improving the health of the Buzzards Bay ecosystem for all through education, conservation, research, and advocacy.

We work to protect clean water on the Bay and on the land: