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These five photographers from all around the watershed shared how they captured these stunning images, and how their photography helps them explore their Buzzards Bay.

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Boats moored in West Falmouth harbor
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With a $100,000 state grant, the Buzzards Bay Coalition will replace 25 percent of the outer harbor’s conventional moorings with new conservation moorings designed to allow eelgrass to grow back in places where it was once plentiful.

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Two fox kits peeking over a rock in Fairhaven
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This is the time of year to spy osprey, fox babies, spring peepers, salamanders and much more.

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Eel Pond in Mattapoisett
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The Buzzards Bay Coalition and Mattapoisett join forces in court to seek restoration of damaged wetlands

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Two people walking along Church's Beach on Cuttyhunk Island.
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Through a program designed to promote climate change resilience, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has awarded $1.4 million to the Buzzards Bay Coalition to purchase and protect 68 acres of critically important barrier beach, marshland and upland habitat on Cuttyhunk Island.

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a mother and two daughters snowshoeing through the woods
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For kids and parents alike, February’s school vacation week offers a perfect opportunity to break winter’s gloom and enjoy some quality time together.

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a boy holds a magnifying glass to his eye while exploring the forest
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Looking for a way to keep kids entertained during their February break? Get the whole family together for a Bay Adventure in the great outdoors!

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bay scallop from Mattapoisett Harbor
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Using data collected by the Coalition, scientists have found that nitrogen pollution makes coastal waters more acidic, posing a threat to the Bay's shellfishing industry and important habitats.

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Bouchard 120 barge in Buzzards Bay after spilling oil
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A federal district judge has rejected an out-of-state oil shipping industry group’s legal challenges to state oil spill protection laws for Buzzards Bay. The ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Denise Casper represents a complete denial of efforts to invalidate the provision of the Massachusetts Oil Spill Prevention Act that requires all oil barges to be guided through the Bay by a tugboat escort.

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A woman in the grass taking a photo
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When cabin fever strikes, there’s no better way to chase off winter’s chill than with some time spent outdoors.

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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: