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  • RI Bill Seeks Better Environmental Law Enforcement

    Cranston Herald: Even Jonathan Stone, executive director of Save The Bay, confessed it is a hard sell, but the environmental advocacy group ...

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  • Development, Rising Seas Take Toll on RI’s Wetlands

    EcoRI: In the late 18th century, along the banks of the Blackstone River in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, money, technology and labor converged ...

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  • Onerous Paddling Rules Rescinded in RI

    ecoRI.org reports that a Rhode Island regulation that required 10 or more kayakers and/or canoers paddling together to register their trip w...

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  • RI Issues Warning Over Blue-Green Algae in Warwick Pond

    The Rhode Island Department of Health and the Department of Environmental Management are advising people to avoid contact with  the water i...

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  • Ninigret Pond Oyster Farm to Expand

    Westerly Sun: A [Charlestown, RI] oyster farm was approved Thursday [April 2] for entry into a joint federal-state program aimed at re-estab...

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  • Block Island Sewage Entered Great Salt Pond

    Block Island Times: Despite official protests last week [December 3-7] that closing the Great Salt Pond to shellfishing was purely “precau...

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