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R.I. events, Nov. 29 weekend

Providence Journal – 11-27-2018

R.I. bazaars, festivals, Nov. 29 weekend

Providence Journal – 11-27-2018

Picks of the Week Nov. 22 to Dec. 2

Westerly Sun – 11-22-2018

Artists for The Bay Show & Sale showcase local art, jewelry Nov. 29

Warwick Beacon – 11-20-2018

The Uprising! November 16, 2018

Uprise RI – 11-16-2018

Catch a glimpse of harbor seals with Save The Bay tour service

Providence Business News – 11-16-2018

R.I. events, Nov. 15 weekend

Providence Journal – 11-13-2018

20+ things to do in Newport County this Weekend

NewportRI.com – 11-10-2018

Newport, Rhode Island for Families

Wherever Family – Blog – 11-9-2018

National Grid empowers employees community service

Providence Business News – 11-9-2018

National Coastal Resilience Fund receives $29 million in grants

WPRI – 11-9-2018

R.I. receives $280K from federal coastal resilience fund

Providence Journal – 11-9-2018

Take to the Water for the Best Newport Boat Tours

New England Today – 11-8-2018

Bay habitats featured at Save The Bay center & aquarium

Warwick Beacon – 11-8-2018

Discovery Deck Opens at Seamen’s

Newport This Week – 11-8-2018

Save The Bay’s Newport Seal Tour Season launches on Saturday, Nov. 10

What’s Up Newport? – 11-7-2018

$47M sought for environmental projects

WJAR – 11-2-2018

Ballot questions target education, environment

Warwick Beacon – 11-1-2018

Opinion: Vote yes on Question 3

Providence Business News – 10-31-2018

Ferguson receives environmental merit award

Providence Business News – 10-26-2018

For nonprofits, less is more on political advocacy

Providence Business News – 10-26-2018

Rules near for renewables on farms and open space

ecoRI News – 10-25-2018

LNG Waterfront Project Receives Federal Approval

ecoRI News – 10-22-2018

Question 3 supports bikes, farms and climate action

ecoRI News – 10-17-2018

Investing in a Greener Cleaner Future for RI

ConvergenceRI – 10-15-2018

Yes on 3: Save The Bay holds rally in support for the Green Economy and Clean Water Bond

UpriseRI – 10-13-2018

State leaders really in support of $47 million in environmental bonds

WPRI-12 – 10-12-2018

$47.3 million Green Economy and Clean Water Bond a Necessity, say officials, environmental advocates

Providence Journal – 10-12-2018

Save the Bay: Newport’s very own aquarium

Mosaic, Salve Regina University’s Student Newspaper – 10-11-2018

State bond questions to be outlined

Jamestown Press – 10-11-2018

DEM says little harm caused by thousands of gallons of spilled gasoline

ecoRI News – 10-8-2018

DEM hopes environmental impact from Providence gasoline spill will be limited

Providence Journal – 10-4-2018

Allens Avenue to reopen after tanker truck spills nearly 11,000 gallons of gasoline

WLNE-TV ABC6 – 10-4-2018

State bond details to be outlined Oct. 9

Jamestown Press – 10-4-2018

Nixon named to state task force to reduce pollution in ocean

Jamestown Press – 10-4-2018

DEM, Save the Bay monitoring environmental impacts of fuel spill

WPRI – 10-4-2018

Fall River workshop highlights Taunton River’s effects on Narragansett Bay

Taunton Gazette – 10-3-2018

Fall River’s assistant harbormaster saves swan from possible death

New Daily News – 10-3-2018

With a kiss, Fall River’s assistant harbormaster saves swan from possible death

The Herald News – 10-3-2018

Members of task force to tackle plastics pollution appointed

Cranston Herald – 10-3-2018

Members of task force to tackle plastics pollution appointed

Cranston Herald – 10-3-2018

Carson, Euer to Preview Ballot Questions During Constituent Meeting

GoLocalProv – 10-2-2018

Swansea Conservation Agent Colleen Brown recipient of regional award

South Coast Today – 10-2-2018

Carson, Euer to Preview Ballot Questions During Constituent Meeting

GoLocalProv – 10-2-2018

Swansea Conservation Agent Colleen Brown recipient of regional award

South Coast Today – 10-2-2018

Fall River workshop highlights Taunton River’s effects on Narragansett Bay

Providence Journal – 10-1-2018

Governor Raimondo announces co-chairs and members of Task Force to tackle plastics pollution

What’s Up Newp – 10-1-2018

Brayton Point Power Station Demolition Underway

ecoRI News – 10-1-2018

Taunton River Workshop Highlights Taunton River’s Effects on Narragansett Bay

Providence Journal – 10-1-2018

Workshop to focus on Health of Taunton River

New England Boating – 9-30-2018

Save the Bay continues shoreline cleanups

East Greenwich Pendulum – 9-29-2018

Brilliant blue lobster finds middle school refuge

East Bay RI – 9-27-2018

Outdoor adventure store Denali camps out on Thayer

Brown Daily Herald – 9-26-2018

New England regulators scale back Atlantic herring catch

Providence Journal – 9-25-2018

Crane Barge Remains Stuck in Providence River

Providence Journal – 9-24-2018

Nature Cruises presented by Save the Bay return for Fall

ABC6 – 9-24-2018

Mike Jarbeau, Save The Bay

ecoRI News – 9-24-2018

Atlantic Herring Quotas May Be Cut Again

South Coast Today – 9-23-2018

The Nature Conservancy, WPWA recognized with EPA awards

Westerly Sun – 9-23-2018

Atlantic Herring Quotas May Be Cut Again

Providence Journal – 9-22-2018

EPA awards for replacing lead pipes is an emotional win for town

The Valley Breeze – 9-18-2018

Industry Buzz

SNEWS We Know Outdoors – 9-17-2018

Cyclists cross four bridges to benefit Save The Bay

East Bay RI – 9-17-2018

Another Successful Cleanup!

Friends of Salter Grove – 9-17-2018

Council considers oyster restoration area

East Greenwich Pendulum – 9-15-2018

Homeschool is Cool on Narragansett Bay

WindCheck – 9-15-2018

International Coastal Cleanup-Conimicut Shoreline Cleanup

Warwick Beacon – 9-15-2018

More than 2,500 people take part in Save The Bay’s Coastal Cleanup

WPRI – 9-15-2018

4 Bridges Ride to impact local traffic this weekend

Portsmouth Press – 9-14-2018

Georgiaville Pond cleanup

The Valley Breeze – 9-14-2018

International Coastal Cleanup

Boston.com – 9-14-2018

Beach Cleanup is Sunday, Sept. 16

Block Island Times – 9-14-2018

International Coastal Cleanup- Warwick City Park

Warwick Beacon – 9-14-2018

Rhode Island Organizations and Residents Recognized by EPA for Environmental Achievements

Filtration-Products.com – 9-13-2018

Cache In, Trash Out at Slater Park

The Valley Breeze – 9-13-2018

We all share blame for littering, and we can all help too

Cranston Herald – 9-13-2018

We all share blame for littering, and we can all help too

Warwick Beacon – 9-13-2018

State coastal cleanups get started at Salter Grove

Warwick Beacon – 9-13-2018

Providence Area Alumni Event: Shoreline Cleanup in Somerset, MA

UMASS Amherst Calendar – 9-13-2018

International Coastal Cleanup- East Bay Bike Path

Patch.com – 9-13-2018

Grasshoppers an unexpectedly important ecosystem

Phys.com – 9-12-2018

Newport Seal Watch Tours with Save The Bay

Warwick Beacon – 9-12-2018

10 Fun Things to Do in Newport, Rhode Island with Kids

Ciao Bambino! – 9-12-2018

Volvo Ocean Race Newport Stopover Team among those recognized by EPA for Environmental Achievements

What’s Up Newport? – 9-12-2018

EPA N.E. honors locals with 2018 Merit Awards

Providence Business News – 9-12-2018

Annual Four Bridges Bike Ride will roll across Rhode Island this weekend

What’s Up Newport? – 9-12-2018

URI student research: Grasshoppers an unexpectedly important player in salt marsh ecosystem

URI Today – 9-11-2018

Two Coastal Cleanups in Portsmouth on Saturday

East Bay RI – 9-11-2018

Understanding baitfish and the predators on their tails

Southern RI Newspapers – 9-8-2018

Local cleanups planned to coincide with statewide Save The Bay efforts

Newport Daily News – 9-7-2018

Rhode Island’s 2018 International Coastal Cleanups will take place at sites in Providence and across the state on September 15th

What’s Up, Rhode Island – 9-6-2018

Guest Opinion: Farmers market and land trust are a true partnership in Charlestown

Westerly Sun – 9-4-2018

DEM reports increase in enforcement actions

WJAR – 9-1-2018

THE ON-GOING EFFORT TO SAVE THE BAY

Rhody Green Blog – 8-31-2018

The little gelatinous blobs on the beach? Salps.

Block Island Times – 8-31-2018

Party on a Half Shell

Providence Media – 8-31-2018

DEM’s Wetland Designations Expected by End of Year

ecoRI News- 8-31-2018

R.I. volunteer opportunities

Providence Journal – 8-30-2018

Sewage overflow closes shellfish areas

Jamestown Press – 8-30-2018

R.I. DEM reports more enforcement actions

Providence Journal – 8-30-2018

Northern Lighthouse Tour in Providence, September 15

RoadTrekin – 8-29-2018

State Representative District 4 Primary Preview

The Bay – 8-28-2018

Volunteers are needed for Save The Bay’s annual beach cleanup

Westerly Sun – 8-28-2018

Save the Bay coastal cleanups gearing up again

Warwick Beacon – 8-23-2018

How To Do Labor Day Weekend In Newport

Discover Newport – 8-22-2018

Save the Bay to offer beach cleanup leader training for 2018 International Coastal Cleanup

Newport This Week – 8-22-2018

My Turn: Kevin Cleary: Preserving our Pristine Environment

Providence Journal – 8-17-2018

Time To Wake Up: Wildfires are getting Wilder (Statement)

Medium.com – 8-16-2018

Letter: Council makes much ado about plastic

Westerly Sun – 8-15-2018

Burrillville: Building Invenergey’s power plant in direct conflict with Raimondo administration’s environmental and energy goals

UpriseRI – 8-15-2018

20+ Things to Do in Newport County August 13-16

Newport Daily News – 8-12-2018

Beisel swims at 42nd Save The Bay Event

Narragansett Times – 8-11-2018

A Win for the Taunton River

My Backyard: Local news from Wrentham to Rumford – 8-11-2018

Newport County organizations seeking volunteers

Newport Daily News – 8-10-2018

The Use and Misuse of Charity: the Luck of the Draw in a Predatory System

CounterPunch.org – 8-10-2018

Letter: William J. Eccleston: Proposed natural gas plant would harm ecology

Providence Journal – 8-9-2018

Olympian leads swimmers across East Passage

Jamestown Press – 8-9-2018

RITBA ANNOUNCES 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION FOR NEWPORT PELL BRIDGE Olympian leads swimmers across East Passage

Newport Buzz – 8-8-2018

Power over Solar: RI seeks to strike development balance

Providence Journal – 8-8-2018

RITBA will celebrate 50th Anniversary of Newport Pell Bridge in 2019Power over Solar: RI seeks to strike development balance

What’s Up Newport? – 8-7-2018

Residents, business owners behind the idea of banning single-use plastics in Westerly

Westerly Sun – 8-7-2018

Hungry science: surf students research coastal food web dynamics

University of Rhode Island – 8-6-2018

Warm and Welcoming – with a Summer Breeze….(and an Upcoming Contest – Scroll Down!)

Charlestown Land Trust Farmers Market Blog – 8-6-2018

UNDER THE RADAR SCREEN

Convergence RI – 8-6-2018

Gillooly’s perseverance pays off

Woonsocket Call – 8-5-2018

Mayor says city will challenge appeals court EPA decision

Taunton Gazette – 8-5-2018

Gallery: Views of Narragansett Bay

Providence Journal – 8-4-2018

Olympian Beisel, hundreds of others swimmers celebrate wicked clean Narragansett Bay

Providence Journal – 8-4-2018

Swimmers save the bay in open water swim in Newport, Jamestown

Newport Daily News – 8-4-2018

Closures Announced for Save The Bay Swim

WADK – 8-3-2018

Westerly Town Council to take up issue of single-use plastic items

Westerly Sun – 8-3-2018

Tropical Gulf Stream travelers take center stage at Save The Bay’s Aquarium this month

My Backyard: Local news from Wrentham to Rumford – 8-2-2018

Save The Bay’s 42nd annual Swim fundraiser takes place on Saturday

What’s Up Newport? – 8-2-2018

Local swimmers set to participate in annual Save The Bay crossing

Jamestown Press – 8-2-2018

ALERT: EAST PASSAGE (RI) CLOSURE SATURDAY, AUG. 4

New England Boating – 8-1-2018

More than 700 expected to participate in Save The Bay Swim

Newport Daily News – 7-31-2018

Narragansett Boating Advisory Issued Ahead of Save The Bay Swim

GoLocalProv – 7-31-2018

Ultimate Lighthouse Tour with Save The Bay

Boston.com – 7-30-2018

Marine Science in Narragansett Bay

Hanna Instruments blog – 7-30-2018

Opinion Piece: My Turn: We have duty to protect God’s creation

Providence Journal – 7-29-2018

Wild and scenic: 12 towns and nearly a decade of work could lead to federal designation for 7 rivers

The Day – 7-28-2018

Philanthropy Calendar, July 27, 2018

Providence Business News – 7-27-2018

News Briefs

Newport This Week – 7-26-2018

All Hands on Deck

Newport This Week – 7-26-2018

Island History

Jamestown Press – 7-26-2018

Beach litter can be killer problem for marine life 

The Narwhal’s Left Tooth – 7-23-2018

Town council discussed plastic bag ban

NK Standard Times – 7-22-2018

Young people get involved in planting demonstration rain garden at Ninigret

Westerly Sun – 7-21-2018

Beach litter can be killer problem for marine life

The Independent – 7-21-2018

Dam removal project at Shady Lea Mill underway

The Independent – 7-20-2018

Restoring Ninigret Coastal Salt Pond helps Protect coastline

Newport Patch – 7-20-2018

Nine Great Activities to Bring Childhood Back

Newport This Week – 7-19-2018

Volunteers needed for annual Save The Bay swimming race

Jamestown Press – 7-19-2018

North Kingstown moves toward plastic bag ordinance

The Independent – 7-19-2018

Scholarships benefit local students

Narragansett Times – 7-16-2018

A Walk in the Woods: A Vital Forest Ecosystem in Jeopardy

ecoRI – 7-14-2018

Woonsocket nonprofit gives boost to families in one of the RI’s neediest communities

Providence Journal – 7-13-2018

Save The Bay Swim added to Waterkeeper Alliance’s SPLASH series

Providence Business News – 7-13-2018

Art, Environment Speakers Bring Urgency, Advocacy

Newport This Week – 7-12-2018

Advocates’ plea: Protect forest connection, say no to power plant

Valley Breeze – 7-11-2018

PBS Community Conversation: Is Narragansett Bay Too Clean?

Rhode Island Sea Grant – 7-11-2018

Two RI Teachers Receive Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics & Science Teaching

GoLocalProv – 7-10-2018

Are Rhode Island Beaches Safe to Swim? – Not Always

GoLocalProv – 7-10-2018

If Invenergy builds a power plant in northwest Rhode Island, this is what we lose…

UpriseRI – 7-10-2018

Opponents of Burrillville power plant point out potential threats

WPRO – 7-10-2018

Activist groups, officials host hike to illustrate opposition to Burrillville Power Plant

Providence Journal – 7-10-2018

Forum: Art + Environmental Advocacy At The Newport Art Museum

RIPR – 7-9-2018

Opposition group to visit proposed Burrillville power plant site ahead of final hearings

Providence Business News – 7-6-2018

Save the Bay offers lighthouse tours

The Valley Breeze – 7-5-2018

Three projects honored with Environmental Awards by the Western Dredging Association

ecomagazine – 7-3-2018

RIDEM, Save The Bay Start Final Phase Of North Kingstown Dam Removal Project

RIPR – 7-2-2018

Dam Removal Restores Fish Passage to Mattatuxet River

ecoRI News – 7-2-2018

Northern Bay Lighthouse Tour with Save The Bay

Warwick Beacon – 7-2-2018

Have you taken the pledge? Save The Bay’ needs your help to combat litter

Rhode Island Show / WPRI – 7-2-2018

How is South County preparing for rising tides?

The Narwhal’s Left Tooth – 6-30-2018

10 Great Things to do in RI This Weekend

GoLocalProv – 6-29-2018

In focus: the future of RIs salt marshes

Press Release Post – 6-28-2018

On This Day In Newport History – June 28, 1969: Newport Bridge Opens For First Time

What’s Up Newport? – 6-28-2018

An annual check in and check up on the health of Narragansett Bay

ConvergenceRI – 6-25-2018

Governor gets more CRMC-Appointment power

ecoRI News – 6-24-2018

Yes, It Matters What Motivates Business Philanthropy

Nonprofit Quarterly – 6-22-2018

2018-06-21 / Calendar

Newport This Week – 6-21-2018

2018 WEDA Environmental Excellence Awards Receives More Nominations Than Ever

International Dredging Report – 6-20-2018

Ultimate Lighthouse Tour with Save The Bay

The Bay – 6-19-2018

Providence ShipBoard Camp with Save The Bay

Warwick Beacon – 6-19-2018

Bill stipulating appointees to R.I. coastal management council advances

Providence Journal – 6-19-2018

Charlestown Town Council backs ‘Wild and Scenic’ designation push for Wood-Pawcatuck watershed

Westerly Sun – 6-18-2018

Newport County Summer Beach Guide

Newport Life Magazine – 6-18-2018

Friends Celebrate Pomham Rocks Lighthouse Restoration

East Providence Patch – 6-18-2018

Friends Celebrate Pomham Rocks Lighthouse Restoration

Reporter Today – 6-18-2018

Sailing and Science Camp with Providence Community Boating Center and Save the Bay

Warwick Beacon – 6-14-2018

Save The Bay Annual Meeting & Taste of the Bay

Boston.com – 6-14-2018

Providence Junior BayCamp with Save The Bay

Warwick Beacon – 6-13-2018

Three-Time Olympic medalist Elizabeth Beisel will lead two youth and teen swim clinics for Save The Bay

What’s Up Newport – 6-13-2018

Museums, mansions, parks offering free admission to local this weekend

Newport Daily News – 6-12-2018

Roger Williams-Rumford Grange No. 52 2018 Community Citizen Award David J. Kelleher

Reporter Today – 6-12-2018

Save the Bay Announces 2018 Environmental Award Winners

GoLocalProv – 6-10-2018

Save The Bay announces 2018 Environmental Award Winners

Find Climate Answers – 6-10-2018

Birds of the Bay Soar at the Save The Bay Exploration Center and Aquarium this June

My Backyard: Local News from Wrentham to Rumford – 6-8-2018

16 local attraction will offer free admission for Newport County residents and hospitality employees, June 16-18

What’s Up Newport? – 6-7-2018

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS OFFER FREE ADMISSION FOR NEWPORT COUNTY RESIDENTS & HOSPITALITY EMPLOYEES JUNE 16, 17 & 18

Newport Buzz – 6-7-2018

No LNG in PVD! floods the State House

UpriseRI – 6-7-2018

No LNG in PVD floods the State House amid CRMC reappointments

RI Future – 6-7-2018

Our Top Beach Picks for This Summer

Reporter Today – 6-6-2018

Bill aims to clarify makeup of environmental board

Providence Journal – 6-6-2018

Local couple hoping their iced tea brand will become a Rhode Island mainstay

Westerly Sun – 6-2-2018

Providence is Hoping Scituate Reservoir can Save its Economy

Providence Journal – 6-1-2018

Local restaurant to begin using paper straws

WPRI-12 – 5-31-2018

No LNG in PVD! demands representation for environmental justice communities on the CRMC

UpriseRI – 5-30-2018

Rainbow Girls help Save the Bay

Westerly Sun – 5-28-2018

Chariho Tech students help to restore marsh grasses

Westerly Sun – 5-28-2018

Biomass Bill that Supports Special Interest Over Science Exposes Statehouse’s Long Disregard for Environment

ecoRI News – 5-27-2018

Ferry trip complements visit to race village

Jamestown Press – 5-24-2018

Island History / 25 years ago

Jamestown Press – 5-24-2018

Activists plans to swim entire length of Narragansett Bay

RI-NPR – 5-23-2018

Students get dirty restoring salt marsh

ecoRI News – 5-23-2018

Clean Water Advocate to Swim Entire Length of Narragansett Bay

ABC6 – 5-22-2018

Celebrating Newport’s VOR stopover and sobering news from Point Nemo

Sail World – 5-21-2018

Rhode Island continues to lead fight against marine pollution at Volvo Ocean Race

What’s Up Newport – 5-18-2018

Vestas 11th Hour Racing Engages with Save The Bay

Sail World – 5-18-2018

Vestas 11th Hour Racing Engages with Save The Bay

Yachts and Yachting – 5-18-2018

Vestas 11th Hour Racing Engages with Save The Bay

Newport Now – 5-17-2018

Vestas 11th Hour Racing Gives Back

Newport Now – 5-17-2018

Newport This Week Calendar

Newport This Week – 5-17-2018

Newport Art Museum to Welcome Joan Hall’s Sea of Heartbreak

Newport Now – 5-16-2018

Vestas 11th Hour Racing joins Save The Bay for marsh project

Newport Daily News – 5-15-2018

Digging a healthier marsh in Tiverton

EastBayRI.com – 5-14-2018

Hands-on exhibit opens eyes to ocean environment

Newport Daily News – 5-13-2018

Wood River watershed study complete

NK Standard Times – 5-12-2018

Good Turnout for Salter Grove Cleanup on April 29

Friends of Salter Grove – 5-11-2018

Vestas captures bronze in leg to Newport

Jamestown Press – 5-10-2018

R.I. debates limiting solar farms on forested lands

Providence Journal – 5-10-2018

One Ocean Exploration Zone will open on Saturday at Volvo Ocean Race Newport Stopover Race Village

What’s Up Newport – 5-10-2018

Exhibits to See on Display

Newport This Week – 5-10-2018

RI debates limiting solar farms on forested lands

Providence Journal – 5-10-2018

Save The Bay files Superior Court complaint seeking guidance on appointments to CRMC

The Independent – 5-10-2018

My Turn: John Torgan – Designation will help protect R.I. Rivers

Providence Journal – 5-9-2018

After years-long study, region’s rivers are closer to ‘Wild and Scenic’ designation

Westerly Sun – 5-8-2018

Podium Finish for Hometown Team Vestas 11th Hour Racing in Volvo Ocean Race

Ready About Yachting (Blog) – 5-8-2018

Two-state support for Wild and Scenic Designation for Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed’s Seven Rivers

ecoRI News – 5-7-2018

Save The Bay brings starfish, crabs and other sea life to class

Narragansett Times – 5-6-2018

Summer Travel/Best Beaches

Globe Magazine – 5-6-2018

Beisel thrilled to join NK Hall of Fame

The Independent – 5-3-2018

URI students receive Black Scholar Awards for outstanding achievement

URI Today – 5-3-2018

Beisel Named Save The Bay’s Swim Ambassador

GoLocalProv – 5-2-2018

3 R.I. beaches named to Boston Globe best in New England list

Providence Business News – 5-2-2018

The 20 best beaches to visit in New England

Bostong Globe – 5-2-2018

Registration opens for 2 Portsmouth athletic events

Portsmouth Press – 5-2-2018

Elizabeth Beisel Heads Back Home To Help

The Daily News of Open Water Swimming – 5-1-2018

Lighthouse to Open With a Celebration on The Rocks

Reporter Today – 5-1-2018

Environmental Anthropology: An Anthropologist’s View of a Cove Cleanup

Personal Blog – 4-30-2018

Her boss is polarizing, but she is reassuring, local environmental advocates say

Providence Journal – 4-28-2018

The Uprising, April 27, 2018

UprisingRI – 4-27-2018

“Save the Bay” launches New App to Submit Pictures, Report Problems

ABC6 – 4-26-2018

NBC10 I-Team: No Action on Crane and Barge Six months after sinking

WJAR-Channel 10 – 4-26-2018

Save The Bay looking for shoreline cleanup leaders

Westerly Sun – 4-26-2018

Save The Bay files complaint for Declaratory Judgment on Coastal Resources Management Council Appointees

RI Small Business Journal – 4-25-2018

Save The Bay’s Stone on Need for Clarification on Governor’s Appointments

GoLocalProv – 4-24-2018

Watershed Moment: Five Bay-Friendly Living Practices for Homeowners

Newport Life Magazine – 4-24-2018

Earth Day Call to End Plastic Pollution: Whitehouse

Middletown Patch – 4-23-2018

Senator Whitehouse marks Earth Day with a call to end plastic pollution

Newport Buzz – 4-23-2018

Whitehouse, clean water advocates sound alarm on ocean pollution

WJAR-Channel 10 – 4-23-2018

Earth Day Cleanups In Rhode Island

NewsRadio 920 AM & 104.7 FM – 4-23-2018

Portsmouth to hold Earth Day cleanups

Portsmouth Press – 4-23-2018

Save the Bay marks Earth Day with cleanups

WPRI-12 – 4-22-2018

Save The Bay files complaint in Superior Court over Governor Raimondo’s CRMC appointments

UpriseRI – 4-22-2018

Jo-Ann Ryan: Time for city to ban plastic bags

Providence Journal – 4-21-2018

Save the Bay asks court to rule on appointments to CRMC

Westerly Sun – 4-21-2018

Wright (lower back stiffness) exits early in rehab start; PawSox rally to win in 11

Providence Journal – 4-20-2018

Fishy phenom: First Taunton Mill River herring run in two centuries caught on camera

Taunton Gazette – 4-20-2018

Fishy phenom: First Taunton Mill River herring run in two centuries caught on camera

Wicked Local Berkley & Raynham – 4-20-2018

Save the Bay hosts shore cleanups across the state

Narragansett Times – 4-20-2018

Save the Bay’s Misquamicut Beach cleanup is set for April 28

Westerly Sun – 4-20-2018

Save The Bay Files Complaint Against Raimondo on CRMC Appointees

GoLocalProv – 4-20-2018

Become a RI Beach Cleanup Leader

New England Boating – 4-20-2018

Letter: We need to work to keep Barrington Beach clean

EastBayRI.com – 4-19-2018

Save the Bay calls for “Citizen Water Reporters”

GoLocalProv – 4-19-2018

Seal population healthy in Bay

Jamestown Press – 4-19-2018

Your Weekend Rundown in RI Celebrate Earth Day, pie fight for a good cause, and much more

Providence Online – 4-19-2018

Save The Bay to hold Volunteer Beach Cleanups throughout RI

GoLocalProv – 4-18-2018

Agawam Hunt, Nature conservancy announce access agreement

EastBayRI.com – 4-16-2018

Save The Bay to hold volunteer Earth Day cleanups on April 21, 22 and throughout April

RI Small Business Journal – 4-16-2018

Land trust eyes 30+ acres off Market Street

EastBayRI.com – 4-12-2018

Volunteer opportunities in RI for children, families

Providence Journal – 4-5-2018

Harp Seals Sign of Activism Success

Newport This Week – 4-5-2018

One Ocean Exploration Zone to dazzle all ages at Volvo Ocean Race Newport Stopover next month

What’s Up Newport – 4-4-2018

Narragansett Bay Seal County Tallies 423 animals

New England Boating – 4-4-2018

RI environmental advocates hope Block Island balloon ban goes statewide

WJAR-Channel 10 – 4-4-2018

Statewide Ban on Plastic Bags and Polystyrene is a Slog

ecoRI News – 10 – 4-3-2018

Whitehouse and Portsmouth business owners highlight $30 million in new funding for coastal improvements nationwide

What’s Up Newport – 10 – 4-3-2018

Carbon Tax Bill Moves Slowly Despite Need for Urgency

ecoRI News – 10 – 4-2-2018

My Turn: Kendra L. Beaver: Is R.I. cracking down on pollution?

Providence Journal – 10 – 4-1-2018

The Old World Grandeur of Newport

elan Magazine, zip06.com – 3-22-2018

DEM advises upper bay communities of plastic debris washing ashore

EastBayRI.com – 3-15-2018

You’ll never guess who’s living in Narragansett Bay

RI Parent Magazine – 3-14-2018

South County’s aging dams have a chance at an afterlife

South County Life Magazine – 3-13-2018

RI DEM tracks plastic debris washing ashore in Warwick

WJAR-Channel 10 – 3-9-2018

RI’s South County beaches avoid major damage after last weekend’s storm

RI-NPR – 3-7-2018

Sea-king a volunteer opportunity? Join the volunteer staff at Save The Bay’s Exploration Center and Aquarium

My Backyard: Local News from Wrentham to Rumford – 3-5-2018

Opponents rally around offshore drilling’s risks

ecoRI News – 3-5-2018

Rhode Islanders march against offshore drilling

Narragansett Times – 3-4-2018

Has RI Starved its enforcement watchdog?

Providence Journal – 3-3-2018

Hundreds turn out for meeting on offshore oil drilling

RI-NPR – 3-1-2018

Activists break through at Offshore Drilling Protest

ecoRI News – 3-1-2018

Protesters march from State House to Marriott in opposition to offshore drilling

UpriseRI – 3-1-2018

Protesters urge federal government not to allow drilling off Rhode Island’s coast

WPRI-12 – 2-28-2018

Raimondo, Local Groups to protest offshore oil drilling proposal

WPRI-12 – 2-28-2018

Rhode Islanders to Feds: No Offshore Drilling Here

Providence Journal – 2-28-2018

Seal of Approval

Newport Life Magazine – 2-23-2018

Time to Make Your Vacation Escape Plan

Boston Globe – 2-14-2018

Legislators vow to fight offshore oil drilling proposal

Westerly Sun – 2-13-2018

Rally to Protect New England’s Coast From Offshore Oil Drilling

ecoRI News – 2-13-2018

Ocean State Officials Pledge to Halt Offshore Drilling

ecoRI News – 2-13-2018

Newport Winter Festival Calendar

Newport This Week – 2-8-2018

The Hummel Report: When Charity License Plate Flops, Refunds take long road home

Providence Journal – 2-8-2018

February is most active month for seals in Narragansett Bay, Save The Bay is celebrating with seal themed activities and tours

What’s Up Newport?- 2-7-2018

Fishing Report: Should we drill for oil and gas off RI coast?

Providence Journal – 2-7-2018

Island History

Jamestown Press – 2-1-2018

Replenishing the Waters “Gives Back” to the Wild

Newport This Week – 2-1-2018

Trump’s oil plan fuels opposition

Jamestown Press – 1-25-2018

RI Gov. Proposes $48.5M Environmental Bond

RI-NPR – 1-25-2018

10 Ways to “Go Green” in 2018 with Sabato of Save The Bay

GoLocalProv – 1-23-2018

Government shutdown forces postponement of offshore drilling meeting in Providence

Providence Journal – 1-22-2018

Are we not eco? A deep dive into the weeds of climate change policy in RI

ConvergenceRI – 1-22-2018

Opposition mounts in R.I. to proposed offshore drilling go-ahead

Providence Journal – 1-21-2018

10 Great Things to do in Newport This Weekend – January 19, 2018

GoLocalProv – 1-19-2018

Touisset man hopes state will ban blue marine styrofoam

EastBayRI.com – 1-19-2018

Legislators file bill against Trump offshore drilling plan

Portsmouth Press – 1-19-2018

Senator Euer and Representative Carson introduce bill to prevent oil drilling off Rhode Island coast

UpriseRI – 1-16-2018

Newport legislators to file bill to defend against Trump administration’s plan to open coasts to drilling

What’s Up Newport? – 1-16-2018

Using Dredged Material to Improve a Salt Marsh

The Military Engineer – 1-15-2018

Rhode Island Climate Policy Butts Heads with Special Interests

ecoRI News – 1-15-2018

8 Ways to Have a Super Weekend

Providence Online – 1-11-2018

R.I. Wants to Speak with Zinke about Offshore Drilling Proposal

ecoRI News – 1-11-2018

My Turn: Richard Burroughs: how much can R.I. ratepayers afford?

Providence Journal – 1-10-2018

7 Reasons to Not Be Snowed in this Weekend

Providence Online – 1-5-2018

Corvias sponsors 2018 Family Membership Days at Save The Bay Exploration Center & Aquarium7 Reasons to Not Be Snowed in this Weekend

My Backyard: Local News from Wrentham to Rumford – 1-4-2018

Corvias sponsors 2018 Family Membership Days at Save The Bay Exploration Center & Aquarium

What’s Up Newport – 1-2-2018

*Please note:  Be sure to access the Johnson & Wales University Harborside Campus through the main entrance on Harborside Blvd. Your GPS may suggest taking Ernest Street to JWU’s Shipyard Street entrance, but that route requires a key card for entry.  

From Route I-95 North or South, take Exit 18 (Thurbers Avenue). Head downhill on Thurbers Avenue to US Route 1A (Allens Avenue). Turn right onto Allens Ave. Continue southbound on Allens Ave. into Cranston, where Allens Ave. becomes Narragansett Blvd. Turn left onto Harborside Blvd. at the traffic light by the Shell gas station. Follow Harborside Blvd. through the Johnson & Wales Harborside Campus. At the end of Harborside Blvd., turn right onto Save The Bay Drive. Save The Bay Drive becomes a circular, one-way roadway as you approach the Bay Center. Parking is available in four guest lots after you pass the main building. Enter the building through the main entrance.

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