The Buzzards Bay Coalition is excited to announce that Katherine Garofoli and Tom Tucker have been hired to serve as the Onset Bay Center’s first Director and Program Manager.
Four Rhode Island groups support re-allocating funds, set aside for bird conservation projects, to the Coalition’s Cuttyhunk Conservation Project instead.
The weather is turning chilly, and you’ve replaced your shorts and T-shirt for pants and a parka – but that’s no reason to hang up your fishing pole.
We are deeply saddened at the passing of Richard Wheeler of Onset. Dick was a longtime Coalition supporter, a lifelong educator, an environmental advocate, and the namesake for our New Bedford Bay learning center.
The Coalition is proud to carry on the Westport Fisherman's Association's legacy of protecting clean water in Westport and across Buzzards Bay.
Beachcombing is a fun four-season activity that will help you get some fresh air and find fascinating treasures on the Bay's beaches.
The Coalition is continuing to lead an effort that will ultimately save nearly 250 acres surrounding Dartmouth's Allens Pond, one of the most significant coastal habitats in southern New England.
The Coalition’s popular riverfront park, the Acushnet Sawmill, will expand into New Bedford with safer access, more parking, and new community gardens.
Set a resolution to discover one of these 52 places each week in the new year. We bet there's many spots on this list you've never explored!
Although so much remains to be done to protect and restore the Bay’s health, I’m proud to share with you some of our greatest accomplishments from 2018.
With an abundance of east-facing coastline, Buzzards Bay has some outstanding sunrise spots where the morning colors are reflected and magnified by ocean waters, still ponds, and quiet bays.
Wickets Island in Onset Bay is one step closer to becoming a safe and welcoming place where people of all ages can come to discover Buzzards Bay.
A recent study yielded surprising results about how much – if at all – certain types of the region's 8,000 acres of cranberry bogs contribute to nitrogen pollution.
We work to protect clean water on the Bay and on the land: