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Month: September 2022

Job Opening: Operations Assistant

Friday, September 23, 2022

Save The Bay is seeking an Operations Assistant to support the Volunteer, Development and Events teams of a busy and growing non-profit organization.

Save The Bay is seeking an Operations Assistant to support the Volunteer, Development and Events teams of a busy and growing non-profit organization. ...Read More

Job Opening: Multimedia Communications Specialist

Friday, September 23, 2022

Are you a creative multimedia professional and storyteller looking to use your talent and training for a good cause?

Are you a creative multimedia professional and storyteller looking to use your talent and training for a good cause? ...Read More

Job Opening: South County Coastkeeper

Friday, September 23, 2022

The South County Coastkeeper is responsible for leading Save The Bay’s Coastkeeper program, the organization’s on-the-water advocacy and watchdog presence along Rhode Island’s south coast.

The South County Coastkeeper is responsible for leading Save The Bay’s Coastkeeper program, the organization’s on-the-water advocacy and watchdog presence along Rhode Island’s south coast. ...Read More

The Bristol-Warren Girl Scouts clean up Narrows Boat Ramp during ICC 2018

Save The Bay invites Rhode Island volunteers to #SeaTheChange

Thursday, September 15, 2022

This September-November, Save The Bay is calling on volunteers to be the change and #SeaTheChange as part of Ocean Conservancy’s 37th International Coastal Cleanup® (ICC)

This September-November, Save The Bay is calling on volunteers to be the change and #SeaTheChange as part of Ocean Conservancy’s 37th International Coastal Cleanup® (ICC) ...Read More

Job Opening: Captain / Education Specialist

Thursday, September 8, 2022

As a core member of the Save The Bay’s education team responsibilities are divided among Captain and Educator roles.

As a core member of the Save The Bay’s education team responsibilities are divided among Captain and Educator roles. ...Read More

Summer weather effects on Narragansett Bay

Friday, September 2, 2022

Summer weather effects on Narragansett Bay By Mackensie duPont Crowley, content & digital media specialist & Save The Bay’s Waterkeepers Narragansett Bay faces unique challenges during the hot summer months. High temperatures affect water quality and cause issues like algal blooms and fish kills. Lack of precipitation can quickly lead to drought, which has an … Read More

Summer weather effects on Narragansett Bay By Mackensie duPont Crowley, content & digital media specialist & Save The Bay’s Waterkeepers Narragansett Bay faces unique challenges during the hot summer months.... ...Read More