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The Buzzards Bay Coalition periodically offers free workshops for decision makers in government, business, and agriculture. These workshops provide real-world solutions for people whose daily decisions affect the health of Buzzards Bay and the local environment.

Can’t wait to get to the beach and catch some surf? Then check out these 8 spots around Buzzards Bay where you can swim in open water. Whether you’re training for the Buzzards Bay Swim, learning how to be a better swimmer, or just soaking up some sun — swimming is great exercise and good old-fashioned fun!

If you enjoy bicycling, then you’ve no doubt traveled on one of southeastern Massachusetts’ many bike paths. These paved, well-marked paths off the main roads provide everybody with safe places to walk, bike, run, skate, or ski, whether you’re an avid adventurer or just learning how to ride.

Natasha Southworth will be diving in for her fourth Buzzards Bay Swim on Saturday, June 24 alongside her husband Tom, who will be completing his eighth swim. They’ll be doing so with their 6 and 8 year old daughters cheering them on from the finish line.

Want a "staycation" for your kids? Look no further than our Youth Programs at the Onset Bay Center in Wareham. Because we want everyone to enjoy the bay, scholarships are available for qualified families.