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Angeline Brook in Westport
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The Coalition and the Westport Land Conservation Trust are a step closer to protecting Angeline Brook, home to one of the most important remaining native sea-run brook trout populations in southern New England.

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remnants of an old dam on the Weweantic River in Wareham
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The Coalition is beginning a process to restore the river at Horseshoe Mill, a former industrial site in Wareham where a dam blocks fish from swimming upstream to spawn on the Weweantic River.

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Buffleheads
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Sure, winter can be a bit chilly. But if you venture outdoors during our coldest months, you’ll find a vibrant variety of birds that visit Buzzards Bay.

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upper Buzzards Bay from Massachusetts Maritime Academy
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A unique new project is bringing together three Buzzards Bay towns – Wareham, Bourne, and Plymouth – and the Massachusetts Maritime Academy to tackle nitrogen pollution in the upper portion of Buzzards Bay.

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young girl walking down a trail through the woods
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Here are 11 more spots that you can enjoy with your friends and family the day after Thanksgiving and throughout the holiday season.

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George Hampson at 1992 Buzzards Bay Coalition annual meeting
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We are all deeply saddened by the loss of George Hampson, a founder of the Buzzards Bay Coalition and a very close friend to all of us here over the past three decades.

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people walking down trail at The Sawmill in Acushnet after grand opening
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The Buzzards Bay Coalition today celebrated the opening of The Sawmill, a former industrial lumber yard on the Acushnet River that has been transformed into a public park and restored natural area.

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sign about fish restoration on the Acushnet River
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In your mind’s eye, you can almost imagine what the old Acushnet Saw Mill site must have been like in the mid 19th century. Some 150 years later, however, it’s some kind of miracle what the Buzzards Bay Coalition has accomplished at the old mill.

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woman crossing the finish line at the Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride
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The Ride was hugely successful, raising more than $90,000 to support the Coalition’s work.

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aerial photo of seagrasses along the coast of Tampa Bay
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The triumphant return of seagrasses to Tampa Bay proves that it’s possible to protect clean water, even in places with millions of people and countless pollution threats.

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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: