With spring just around the corner, everyone is on the lookout for signs of the season. As spring peepers begin chirping and ospreys start nesting, there’s one sign of spring we find particularly special – vernal pools. What’s a vernal pool, and where can you see one? Keep reading to find out!
The Lloyd Center for the Environment is known as a phenomenal resource for environmental education. But it’s also a destination for outdoor exploration on the stunning Slocums River in Dartmouth. With miles of well-maintained trails and engaging community programs, the Lloyd Center offers visitors a unique spot to learn about Buzzards Bay’s habitats and wildlife.
There’s no better way to enjoy Buzzards Bay than by getting out on the water. You can do your part to keep our water clean by practicing a few simple, responsible boating tips. Here are 5 easy ways you can have a Bay-friendly adventure on the water.
Even when we’re not outside, it’s important to keep clean water in mind. With a few simple actions, you can do your part to save water and prevent pollution in our harbors, coves, and rivers. Here are 5 easy ways you can make your home Bay-friendly.
Lawn fertilizer, garden pesticides, and yes, even our beloved dogs can be sources of pollution to Buzzards Bay. With a few simple actions, you can do your part to prevent water pollution to our harbors, coves, and rivers. Here are 5 easy ways you can make your backyard Bay-friendly.
Beyond your own property, there are many ways you can protect clean water in your community. With a few simple actions, you can make a difference for the health of the environment in your neighborhood, town, or city. Here are 5 easy ways you can help your community become more Bay-friendly.