Thanks to the support of Elizabeth Island residents, the Coalition is moving forward with an ambitious project that will protect Cuttyhunk Island’s unspoiled beauty forever.
Bold actions to protect clean water are making a difference to Save Buzzards Bay. That’s what we saw on the Bay in the summer of 2018, according to data collected through our Baywatchers monitoring program.
Looking for somewhere new to explore on the coast? Leave the beach crowds behind and explore a salt marsh!
Town officials and industry professionals gathered at two workshops to examine real-world solutions to local environmental problems.
Whether you're a family looking for a relaxing adventure or an experienced paddler in need of a challenge, Osprey Sea Kayak Adventures owner Samantha Ladd has new places for you to explore.
Chad Nusbaum is returning for his eighth Buzzards Bay Swim with his team "The Immigrants," the top fundraisers of the 2018 Swim.
Chartering a boat gives you an opportunity to fish Buzzards Bay's deeper waters with the guidance of experienced captains.
Work on the Onset Bathhouse and Wickets Island will resume in the fall, after a summer of sailing, swimming, fishing, and exploration around Onset Bay.
In September, rowers from three Buzzards Bay-based rowing organizations traveled to London to compete in the 21.6-mile Great River Race, raising over $2,000 for the Coalition.
There’s no need to wait until the start of summer to get outside and enjoy woods, wetlands, and shorelines around Buzzards Bay.
Every year, the Coalition monitors thousands of acres of conservation land – a key part of our work to ensure that the land we protect always stays that way.
The restoration of Town Brook is yet another powerful example of how helping river herring helps the environment as a whole.
We work to protect clean water on the Bay and on the land: