Did you know that the Massachusetts coastline is long enough to run from Boston to Miami on Interstate 95? Learn how you can help preserve more than 1,500 miles of the Commonwealth’s coast during Clean Beaches Week, July 1–7. Read these helpful tips from the Office …Continue Reading Clean Beaches Week: 6 Ways to Protect the Massachusetts Coast
This is a guest blog post from the Office of Coastal Zone Management, written by Claudia Geib. If you’ve ever dreamed of searching the shore for pirate loot, now’s your chance! Join a coastal scavenger hunt this fall and help keep your favorite beach trash-free during …Continue Reading Calling All Treasure Hunters: Join a COASTSWEEP Cleanup This Fall
This is a guest blog post from the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management, written by Claudia Geib. What do a couch cushion, corn cob pipe, toenail clipper, fake mustache, and cement dragon have in common? They’re all items that were found on Massachusetts beaches …Continue Reading Seeking Local Beach Cleanup Coordinators for COASTSWEEP 2015
With more than 1,500 miles of coastline, Massachusetts is home to a variety of beaches, harbors, shipyards, and trails. It has shorelines suitable for fishing, swimming, surfing, sailing, kayaking, or to simply enjoy the fresh air. Summer is the perfect time to enjoy these various …Continue Reading July 1-7 is Clean Beaches Week
Massachusetts isn’t nicknamed “The Bay State” for nothing. With more than 1,500 miles of coastline, Massachusetts offers a multitude of attractions from sandy beaches to rocky shorelines and bustling harbors. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy the beauty in many ways, such as by spending …Continue Reading How You Can Help Keep Massachusetts’s Coastline Beautiful
New Englanders are finally shedding their heavy winter coats, and skirts, shorts, and sunbathing are just around the corner. With temperatures on the rise, more skin is being exposed to the sun which increases the risk of melanoma and other types of skin cancer. According …Continue Reading 7 Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer
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