The first 28 years of Baywatchers water quality data has been published in the international scientific journal, Scientific Data, improving access to the information for researchers around the world.
The Coalition has won a $75,000 grant to support testing a faster and more efficient approach to monitoring the effectiveness of nitrogen-reducing septic systems.
A mindfulness walk can be good for mind, body, and soul. Best of all, it's an activity that can be done at any park or reserve near your home.
If you care about clean water and vibrant natural areas, read these three ways that CPA would help enhance New Bedford’s natural spaces for everyone to enjoy.
A newly launched partnership among federal, state, and local organizations will protect and restore clean water through collaborate, innovative projects that embrace local solutions to nitrogen pollution.
More than 11 years after Buzzards Bay's last major oil spill, the Bay is finally seeing funding to restore some of the shorelines, aquatic life, and shellfish beds that were damaged by the spill.
The Coalition is taking an active role to ensure that Cape Cod’s coastal waters are clean again. Most recently, we've been advocating for better decisions to reduce nitrogen and plan for the future.
To celebrate the start of fall, we’ve compiled a list of 10 spectacular spots to watch the sun set over Buzzards Bay.
The Buzzards Bay region is home to dozens of communities that are beautiful to bike through, offering spectacular views that are best enjoyed on two wheels.
At spots all around Buzzards Bay each summer, approximately 100 people collect a simple series of water samples that form the foundation of all the Coalition’s work.
This month, the Land Trust Accreditation Commission announced that the Coalition is now an accredited land trust. This is the highest recognition that a land trust can receive.
Brandt Island Cove in Mattapoisett is facing a brighter future now that owners of a local marina have agreed to replace old polystyrene foam floats that are sending litter into a nearby salt marsh.
A crew has finally reopened an inlet to connect Cuttyhunk's West End Pond with Buzzards Bay once again.
We work to protect clean water on the Bay and on the land: