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  1. Blackstone River Watershed Council/Friends of the Blackstone Seeking Volunteer Monitors
    10-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Blackstone River Watershed Council/Friends of the Blackstone Seeking Volunteer Monitors
  2. Baker-Polito Administration Files Legislation Seeking Federal Delegation of Water Protection Efforts
    10-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Baker-Polito Administration Files Legislation Seeking Federal Delegation of Water Protection Efforts
  3. New Bipartisan Congressional Caucus Formed to Support Our Nation’s Estuaries
    3-Mar-17 • Comments Off on New Bipartisan Congressional Caucus Formed to Support Our Nation’s Estuaries
  4. Mysterious toxic algae that shut down RI shellfishing last fall is back – March 3, 2017
    1-Mar-17 • Comments Off on Mysterious toxic algae that shut down RI shellfishing last fall is back – March 3, 2017
  5. Torgan named R.I. state director at Nature Conservancy – February 23, 2017
    23-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Torgan named R.I. state director at Nature Conservancy – February 23, 2017
  6. Narragansett Bay Exec. Director Marshall Receives Elizabeth Cutone Leadership Award – February 8, 2017
    8-Feb-17 • Comments Off on Narragansett Bay Exec. Director Marshall Receives Elizabeth Cutone Leadership Award – February 8, 2017
  7. Two projects are under way in R.I. to raise salt marshes threatened by environmental change – January 15, 2017
    15-Jan-17 • Comments Off on Two projects are under way in R.I. to raise salt marshes threatened by environmental change – January 15, 2017
  8. New section of Greenway open, ready for winter recreation – January 11, 2017
    11-Jan-17 • Comments Off on New section of Greenway open, ready for winter recreation – January 11, 2017
  9. Removal of Dams Depends on Community Situation – December 12, 2016
    12-Dec-16 • Comments Off on Removal of Dams Depends on Community Situation – December 12, 2016
  10. Freetown dam comes down, fish to return in spring – October 31, 2016
    31-Oct-16 • Comments Off on Freetown dam comes down, fish to return in spring – October 31, 2016
  11. Biologists to study the troubled waters of Barrington’s iconic Brickyard Pond
    10-Oct-16 • Comments Off on Biologists to study the troubled waters of Barrington’s iconic Brickyard Pond
  12. ‘Major’ portions of Narragansett Bay closed to shellfishing because of harmful algae bloom
    7-Oct-16 • Comments Off on ‘Major’ portions of Narragansett Bay closed to shellfishing because of harmful algae bloom
  13. EPA Announces Over $4.6 Million in Grants for Coastal Watersheds in Southeast New England
    23-Sep-16 • Comments Off on EPA Announces Over $4.6 Million in Grants for Coastal Watersheds in Southeast New England
  14. Protecting the Headwaters of Narragansett Bay Focus of the 2016 Watershed Counts Report
    18-Aug-16 • Comments Off on Protecting the Headwaters of Narragansett Bay Focus of the 2016 Watershed Counts Report
  15. Past News Coverage
    19-Jul-16 • Comments Off on Past News Coverage
  16. Whitehouse Statement on Signing of National Estuary Program Reauthorization
    30-Jun-16 • Comments Off on Whitehouse Statement on Signing of National Estuary Program Reauthorization
  17. Health of Urban Waters of Narragansett Bay Focus of 2015 Watershed Counts Report
    22-Apr-16 • Comments Off on Health of Urban Waters of Narragansett Bay Focus of 2015 Watershed Counts Report
  18. Over $815,000 in grants approved for projects in the Narragansett Bay Watershed
    11-Jan-16 • Comments Off on Over $815,000 in grants approved for projects in the Narragansett Bay Watershed
  19. Narragansett Bay Estuary Program receives 2015 Environmental Merit Award
    10-Aug-15 • Comments Off on Narragansett Bay Estuary Program receives 2015 Environmental Merit Award
  20. Grants Approved For Projects in the Narragansett Bay Watershed
    16-Jun-15 • Comments Off on Grants Approved For Projects in the Narragansett Bay Watershed

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