The national Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) recently awarded the Buzzards Bay Coalition its 2021 Coastal Stewardship Award for the breadth and depth of its programs to protect and preserve Buzzards Bay.
A short documentary focuses on the invisible threat of nitrogen pollution and how it is impacting the Westport River and Buzzards Bay.
Buzzards Bay happens to be one of the best places for sailing in North America, and that's just one reason to try it.
The Coalition's report finds that a highly effective regional wastewater treatment facility in Wareham is a promising way to improve water quality in the region.
BBC science staff led a recent publication summarizing a new technique to mitigate impacts of sea level rise. Test sites in Dartmouth and Fairhaven were featured.
The Coalition has launched a collaborative effort to complete the science to identify pollution sources in Buttonwood Brook in New Bedford and Apponagansett Bay in Dartmouth.
Officials and community celebrate the opening of the Weweantic River Reserve, a beautiful new park and natural area in Wareham.
Officials and community celebrate long-awaited ribbon-cutting of the Coalition’s Onset Bay Center.
Over four hundred cyclists pedaled across our region on Sunday, October 3 to show their support for clean water during the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s 15th Annual Watershed Ride.
Alice Besterman elected to four-year term as secretary of national coastal research federation.
Coalition provides outdoor experiences and recreation to students participating in New Bedford summer camp programs.
Coalition protects 32-acres of forest adjacent to Sampson Pond in Carver, representing the organization's first land conservation project in town.
Gary Johnson loves the Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride, as it's a way to connect with old friends and ride one of the most scenic routes around.
We work to protect clean water on the Bay and on the land: