The Baywatchers water quality monitoring program started its 2021 season in late May, marking its 30th season of operation and making it one of the nation’s longest running and largest water quality monitoring efforts involving citizen scientists.
The Coalition is launching a full schedule of free outdoor activities for the summer, resuming its Bay Adventure program, which aims to connect people to outdoor fun on Buzzards Bay and its watershed lands.
Wareham voters reject a proposal that threatened a sensitive stream and the sea-run brook trout that call it home, as well as a rare Pine Barren forest, Buzzards Bay, and the community’s s drinking water supply.
The Buzzards Bay Coalition is partnering with the Rochester Land Trust to forever protect a scenic 60-acre farm and adjacent woodlands to keep clean water flowing to the Bay, support habitat for plants and animals, and maintain Rochester's unique character.
The best way to celebrate the spring season is to get outside and savor the re-awakening that is taking place. You’ll find the signs of spring in the woodlands, wetlands, salt marshes, and waters of Buzzards Bay. Here’s a quick list of places you are most likely to spy hopeful signs of the warmer weather that is on its way as well as some pointers on what to look for.