Thanks to the support of Elizabeth Island residents, the Coalition is moving forward with an ambitious project that will protect Cuttyhunk Island’s unspoiled beauty forever.
Bold actions to protect clean water are making a difference to Save Buzzards Bay. That’s what we saw on the Bay in the summer of 2018, according to data collected through our Baywatchers monitoring program.
Looking for somewhere new to explore on the coast? Leave the beach crowds behind and explore a salt marsh!
Working in partnership with the Rochester Land Trust, the Coalition has successfully protected 80 acres of white cedar swamp, an imperiled habitat in the state.
Participate in the Clean Coast Challenge by visiting new sites around Buzzards Bay and leaving them cleaner than you found them!
This year's Ride means more to Tanya Roy than just getting back on her bike.
July saw the launch of the first summer of full exploration programming for kids on Onset Bay, including swimming, kayaking, sailing, and shoreline ecology.
Whether you're an expert birder or don't know a finch from a flycatcher, the region's abundant bird populations make it easy to spot species on the wing.
These four acres of wooded field leading to Angeline Brook will help shade this important trout habitat and filter out pollution.
On June 29, West Falmouth residents packed into an auditorium at Falmouth Academy for a symposium on the last 25 years of science and policy around nitrogen-polluted West Falmouth Harbor.
Three hundred fifteen swimmers dove into outer New Bedford Harbor early on the morning of Saturday, June 30 to celebrate clean water in Buzzards Bay during the Coalition’s 25th anniversary Buzzards Bay Swim.
This self-service station, located at the Cuttyhunk Harbor fuel dock, will be open from dawn to dusk, May through September.
Craig Hartigan, Toffer Winslow, Jonathan Simmons, and Erik Nelson regularly cycle together around Boston. This year, they're bringing that shared passion coastal.
We work to protect clean water on the Bay and on the land: