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Harbor seals haul out on a rock in Newport harbor.

Seals—and Save The Bay Seal Tours—return to Newport

Monday, November 21, 2022

On November 27, a Save The Bay education vessel will depart from Bowen’s Ferry Landing in Newport Harbor, marking the organization’s 22nd seal tour season in the “City by the Sea.”

On November 27, a Save The Bay education vessel will depart from Bowen's Ferry Landing in Newport Harbor, marking the organization's 22nd seal tour season in the “City by the... ...Read More

An aerial view of two North Atlantic Right Whales. Photo Source: NOAA

Save The Bay supports proposed NOAA rules to protect the endangered North Atlantic Right Whale from vessel strikes

Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Save The Bay supports the modification and expansion of Seasonal Management Area boundaries based on updated modeling and data, as well as the inclusion of vessels greater than 35 feet in the rule.

Save The Bay supports the modification and expansion of Seasonal Management Area boundaries based on updated modeling and data, as well as the inclusion of vessels greater than 35 feet... ...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

The families that swim together, Save The Bay together

Wednesday, August 17, 2022

This year, Save The Bay staff were especially impressed by the number of families—including members of the next generation of swimmers—who tackled the 2-mile challenge together. 

This year, Save The Bay staff were especially impressed by the number of families—including members of the next generation of swimmers—who tackled the 2-mile challenge together.  ...Read More

The Hamilton Family Charitable Trust signs on to support, name Save The Bay’s new Newport aquarium

Monday, July 11, 2022

Save The Bay is pleased to announce that the Hamilton Family Charitable Trust has generously contributed $1.5 million to the nonprofit organization’s efforts to relocate its small aquarium on Easton’s Beach to a larger location at downtown Newport’s Gateway Center.

Save The Bay is pleased to announce that the Hamilton Family Charitable Trust has generously contributed $1.5 million to the nonprofit organization’s efforts to relocate its small aquarium on Easton’s... ...Read More

2027 Strategic Pillar: Education

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Save The Bay’s 2027 Strategic Plan focuses on three primary pillars: education, advocacy and DEI. Our Explore The Bay education program engages more than 45,000 students and community members every year through school-based and public programs.

Save The Bay's 2027 Strategic Plan focuses on three primary pillars: education, advocacy and DEI. Our Explore The Bay education program engages more than 45,000 students and community members every... ...Read More