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The Pawcatuck – a free-flowing river again
By Jenny Pereira / November 2, 2017
“The Pawcatuck River and its tributary streams comprise one of the most pristine river systems in southern New England, and we’re excited to see this stretch run wild for the first time in more than 150 years.” John Torgan, Nature Conservancy RI State Director

A walk in the woods
By Connie Grosch / October 10, 2017
A raven croaks from the treeline at the edge of the Audubon Society’s 28-acre Claire D. McIntosh Wildlife Refuge in Bristol. Flanked on either side by housing developments, the land slopes down from historic Hope Street to the Warren River near Jacob’s Point.

A game changer in shellfish management
By Jenny Pereira / October 13, 2015
When it was launched in 2013, the Rhode Island Shellfish Management Plan faced tremendous challenges. There was no existing blueprint to foster the collaboration needed to solve problems through sound science and policy.

Cutting the red tape at DEM
By Connie Grosch / October 17, 2014
"This is the kind of momentum and engagement we need to move Rhode Island forward." - Neil Steinberg

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