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!
The Coalition has completed its newest permanent facility: a field operations center that will serve as the centerpiece for our extensive environmental science and land stewardship work.
Two upcoming septic system upgrades will deploy new state-of-the-art technologies to reduce nitrogen pollution as part of the Coalition’s ongoing effort to help restore the harbor’s health.
A record 242 cyclists pedaled across Southeastern New England on Sunday during the largest-ever Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride, raising $162,500 and counting to support the Coalition’s work.
The Coalition is spearheading an innovative partnership that would reduce tens of thousands of pounds of nitrogen pollution from the upper portion of Buzzards Bay each year.
Ken Cheitlin is riding the 2018 Watershed Ride to raise support for a proposed 26.2-mile bike path running from Sandwich to Woods Hole.
A picnic in nature is a great way to spend time outdoors with the ones you love.
The Coalition will ensure permanent protection for these lands, which safeguard water flowing to the Westport River.
A new report shows how West Island in Fairhaven and New Silver Beach in Falmouth secured their wastewater futures, and how other communities could follow in their footsteps.
Twenty-four runners for Team Buzzards Bay raced seven miles at the New Balance Falmouth Road Race on August 19, raising an outstanding $34,000.
The many habitats around Buzzards Bay are perfect for getting your kids hooked on safe, responsible, and fun freshwater angling.
We work to protect clean water on the Bay and on the land: