Blackstone Partnerships Take a Bow – May 13, 2019

workshop participants and blackstone workshop
[SOURCE: NEIWPCC] “Partnerships sound really easy, but are a lot of work.” These words from Martin Suuberg, the Commissioner of Massachusetts’s Department of Environmental Protection, opened a workshop on the[read_more text="Read More" title="Read More" url="http://nbep.org/blackstone-partnerships-take-a-bow-may-13-2019/" align="left"]
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World Wetlands Day – February 2, 2019

World Wetlands Day – February 2nd each year is World Wetlands Day to raise global awareness about the vital role of wetlands for people and our planet. This day also

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Researchers to study whether sewer plants fueling invasive algae in Little Narragansett Bay – May 04, 2018

Oyster beds among rocks in Narragansett Bay
[SOURCE: The Day, Published May 04. 2018 1:19PM] By Joe Wojtas   Day staff writer Stonington — A group of marine scientists from the University of Connecticut at Avery Point are preparing to[read_more text="Read More" title="Read More" url="http://nbep.org/researchers-to-study-whether-sewer-plants-fueling-invasive-algae-in-little-narragansett-bay-may-04-2018/" align="left"]
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Mill River Dam Removal Opens Up Waters for Fish – January 12, 2018

Mill Turner Dam removal Nissitissit River, Photo: Massachusetts Department of Ecological Restoration
[SOURCE: By ecoRI News staff] TAUNTON, Mass. — Work is underway to remove the West Britannia Dam, a river restoration project that will complete a 12-year initiative to remove obsolete[read_more text="Read More" title="Read More" url="http://nbep.org/mill-river-dam-removal-opens-up-waters-for-fish-january-12-2018/" align="left"]
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Will climate change negate Bay cleanup? – October 23, 2017

Narragansett bay commission wastewater treatment facility
Shared from the 2017-10-23 The Providence Journal eEdition Will climate change negate Bay cleanup? Report: Algae, bacteria could thrive in warming waters; treatment plants and stormwater infrastructure are threatened by[read_more text="Read More" title="Read More" url="http://nbep.org/will-climate-change-negate-bay-cleanup-october-23-2017/" align="left"]
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EPA cancels talks by 3 agency scientists at Rhode Island event – October 23, 2017

panelists and speakers at workshop event on october 23, 2017
[SOURCE: By Alex Kuffner / Gatehouse Media Rhode Island] Posted Oct 23, 2017 at 4:30 PM   The federal agency canceled presentations that were set to be delivered by three staff members on Monday to[read_more text="Read More" title="Read More" url="http://nbep.org/epa-cancels-talks-by-3-agency-scientists-at-rhode-island-event/" align="left"]
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EPA flap overtakes report on the state of Narragansett Bay – October 23, 2017

people attending state of narragansett bay and its watershed workshop on october 23rd, 2017
[SOURCE: By Alex Kuffner Journal Staff Writer] Posted Oct 23, 2017 at 8:49 PM updated Oct 23, 2017 at 8:49 PM Sen. Jack Reed says he is “disheartened and disappointed that the Trump administration is preventing several EPA scientists, whose work[read_more text="Read More" title="Read More" url="http://nbep.org/epa-flap-overtakes-report-on-the-state-of-narragansett-bay/" align="left"]
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On the Edge: Marshes, Oysters and Waterfront Homes – September 20, 2017

Watershed Counts 2017 Climate change in Narragansett Bay
[Source: Tim Faulkner, EcoRI News] This year’s Watershed Counts report again describes a bay and shoreline under duress and facing an uncertain future. The causes aren't new, but the overarching threat to[read_more text="Read More" title="Read More" url="http://nbep.org/on-the-edge-marshes-oysters-and-waterfront-homes-september-20-2017/" align="left"]
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Brown University – Profiles in Summer Research: Michael Demanche

Brown University
[SOURCE: Brown University] August 17, 2017 Media contact: Kevin Stacey Combining data collection in the field with work in lab, Michael Demanche is developing techniques for using satellites to monitor[read_more text="Read More" title="Read More" url="http://nbep.org/brown-university-profiles-in-summer-research-michael-demanche/" align="left"]
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