Benefits of Business Membership
- Enjoy 10% off space rentals for your business use at Save The Bay’s facilities
- Enjoy 10% off Save The Bay gear
- Receive invitations to Save The Bay events
- Your business listing on our website
- Your business listing in our Annual Report
- Window decal to show your customers and clients that you support Save The Bay
- Discounted programs, such as boat tours and education sessions, to motivate your staff
- Group volunteer opportunities
A clean and healthy Bay is a resource for all who live and play in the Narragansett region. Protecting our greatest natural resource is essential to attracting employees and building a vibrant economy. Save The Bay has led this effort for more than 40 years. We are effective, efficient, and dedicated.
Please join us.
Why Your Business Should Become Part of the Save The Bay Community
Quality of life is undoubtedly a key recruitment and retention tool for your business, and nothing is more essential to a high quality of life in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts than Narragansett Bay. The beauty and bounty of the Bay are essential to the social and economic vitality of our area.
By joining Save The Bay, your business becomes part of a movement, a tradition, a community of people and organizations dedicated to protecting Rhode Island’s most valuable natural resource. With your support, we are able to:
- Advocate for the public’s right to use and enjoy the Bay. We’re vocal and engaged partners in ensuring public access to the water for swimming, fishing, and other recreational sports and industry.
- Champion environmentally sound, sustainable economic development, including green construction, wind turbines and mixed use of shoreline parcels.
- Fight and prevent persistent Bay pollution. We collected more than 21,000 pounds of trash in 2013 alone.
- Educate and inspire the next generation of Bay stewards, providing hands-on marine science and environmental education to nearly 20,000 students from Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
- Actively engage in restoration projects across the Bay and its watershed. Long-term ecosystem restoration efforts include salt marsh elevation, dam removals, fish ladders, stormwater infrastructure projects, eelgrass plantings and scallop transplants.