Preserve. Protect. Enjoy.
100 years is a perfect time to reflect and take stock. But it is also time to look forward. The Reservation is embarking on large-scale planning to protect Duxbury Beach. With help from a $131,000 grant from Mass Coastal Zone Management (CZM) and experts from the Woods Hole Group, we will analyze, plan, and permit for different projects over the next 10 years. Cobble berms on bayside, dune and beach nourishment, salt marsh restoration, and access road repair are on the agenda.
But we need your help. This is just the start. We need to raise $44,000 to receive our full grant amount. This is a vital first step for much needed restoration work.
Join Us in Protecting and Restoring Duxbury Beach
Our mission is to restore and to preserve the beaches in so far as reasonably possible in their natural state as host to marine life, native and migratory birds and indigenous vegetation, as barrier beaches for the protection of Duxbury and Kingston and as a priceless environmental asset to the Commonwealth and the nation; and to operate for the benefit of the people of Duxbury and the general public a public recreational beach with all necessary and incidental facilities, while preserving the right to limit and regulate such use so as to be consistent with the corporation’s primary ecological objective.