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.
This conservation partnership has led to the protection of 50 acres on Angeline Brook, forever preserving some of Westport's unique and threatened habitat for rare native sea-run brook trout.
As the official volunteer coordinator for Buzzards Bay, the Coalition is your first call to find out what you can do in the event of a major oil spill.
By offering free pumpouts and inspections to commercial fishing vessels, the Clean Bilge program is preventing small oil spills in New Bedford Harbor before they happen.
Citizen scientists of many different ages and backgrounds come together each year from May to September in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, eager to help monitor the bay’s health.
There’s a lot to explore — and love — around Buzzards Bay. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we asked land trusts from Westport to Falmouth to share their favorite places.
The Coalition is working with the town of Gosnold to establish a permanent boat waste pumpout station on Cuttyhunk Island, a summertime destination for thousands of Buzzards Bay boaters.
For those who bundle up and brave the weather, winter on Buzzards Bay offers a treasure trove of outdoor adventures.
An analysis of long-term, water quality monitoring data reveals that climate change is already having an impact on ecosystems in the coastal waters of Buzzards Bay, Mass.
Three Coalition-sponsored projects have received over $575,000 in federal grant money to seek new ways to solve Buzzards Bay’s nitrogen pollution crisis in six different towns, from Mattapoisett to Falmouth.
The opening of The Sawmill has also opened up a new volunteer opportunity with the Coalition: “adopting” one of our public reserves in Acushnet, Fairhaven, Mattapoisett, and Wareham.
We work to protect clean water on the Bay and on the land: