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Approximately 70 local government officials and septic system installers from around the Buzzards Bay region came together at two free workshops in April to learn about the results of the Coalition’s on-the-ground pilot projects to reduce nitrogen pollution from septic systems.

For 30 years, Baywatchers have monitored the health of Buzzards Bay and its harbors, coves, and rivers. The Baywatchers program is the largest, longest-running volunteer-based coastal monitoring effort in New England. This Bay Health data forms the foundation of all the Coalition’s work to restore and protect the Bay.

The Buzzards Bay Coalition has a full calendar of opportunities to celebrate our planet,

The Buzzards Bay Coalition expanded its partnership with community organizations in Wareham to successfully launch new programs.

Has cold winter weather left you with cabin fever? There’s no need to wait until the summer to start getting outside and enjoying woods, wetlands, and shorelines around Buzzards Bay! As temperatures get warmer and days grow longer, here are nine fun things that you can do outside to get some fresh spring air and celebrate the end of another winter.