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The Horseneck Point Life-Saving Station has lived many lives: since its retirement from active service in 1913, it has been a restaurant, a bar, a clam shack, an ice cream parlor, a private residence, and an environmental visitor center.

Fish nursery, bird habitat, pollution filter, coastal shield: salt marshes play many roles that protect the health of Buzzards Bay and its seaside communities – both human and wildlife. But in many places around the Bay, our marshes are struggling to fill this vital role. Many Bay towns are watching their salt marshes degrade, or disappear altogether.

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