From grassroot advocacy campaigns to testimonials at legislative hearings, Save The Bay has served as a leader in environmental advocacy to protect, restore, and improve the ecological health of the Narragansett Bay region, including its watershed, and adjacent coastal waters. Through our ecosystem-based approach to environmental action, we continue to defend the right of the public to use and enjoy the Bay and to foster an ethic of environmental stewardship among people who live in or visit the Narragansett Bay region.
Save The Bay has protected, restored and improved the ecological health of the Narragansett Bay region, including its watershed and adjacent coastal waters, for more than 43 years. Coastal habitat restoration efforts began at Save The Bay in 1996. Since that time, we have served as a leader in the restoration of the Bay’s salt marshes, anadromous fish runs, scallops, eelgrass beds, and coastal buffers.
Today’s youth are the future stewards of Narragansett Bay. For over 20 years, Save The Bay has invested in innovative partnerships with schools to offer academically rigorous, experiential, hands-on marine science learning opportunities that inspire thousands of youth across three states.
Our unique Explore The Bay programming is designed in collaboration with teachers and administrators to provide highly effective science curriculums delivered in and out of the classroom. Our dedicated education team takes pride in inspiring young minds for future academic success.
2020 Strategic Plan [PDF]
2015 Annual Report [PDF]
2014 Annual Report [PDF]
2013 Annual Report [PDF]
2012 Annual Report [PDF]