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- The Herring Alliance is a coalition of environmental organizations that formed in May 2007 to protect and restore ocean wildlife and ecosystems in the northeast United States, from Virginia to Maine, by reforming the Atlantic herring fishery. Members like Buckeye Brook Coaltion seek to accomplish this mission through public education, advocacy and support of ecosystem-based fisheries management.
- The RI Bays, Rivers, and Watersheds Coordination Team is a state interagency commission whose mission is to define and implement interagency policies for the ecosystem-based management and sustainable development of Rhode Island's fresh and marine waters and watersheds.
- RI has received a $150,000 grant from NOAA to fund Project Clean Sweep.
Funding for this project will be used to remove large marine debris items within the initial project target areas (i.e., Greenwich Bay, Metro Bay, Bay Islands, and westside of Aquidneck Island). This exiciting project has approval to November 2008 and the permit can be extended if there is continued need. To report that may not already be listed, please contact the folks at Clean The Bay at 401-741-8749 or 401-413-3236. We can use your assistance in identifing marine debris that need to be removed.
- Greenwich Bay Special Area Management Plan (SAMP)
- The Greenwich Bay Fishkill, 2003 Causes and Impacts - Report from the RI Department of Environmental Management on the 2003 Fish Kill in Greenwich Bay.
- RI Tide Charts From Maine Harbors
- Local Weather Conditions compliments of Edgewater Yacht Club
- A Digital Version of the Greenwich Bay: An Ecological History Booklet from Rhode Island Sea Grant Communications Office - URI and the Greenwich Bay SAMP
- Environment Council of Rhode Island
- Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association
- University of Rhode Island's Coastal Vegetative Buffer Policy Workshop: Innovative Approaches In Urban/Suburban Environments Proceedings Web Page has information from the workshop held early January 2005.
- EPA Nationwide Bacteria Standards Protect Swimmers at Beaches
- RI Rivers Council Home Page
- Rhode Island Rivers Council Meeting Schedule Meetings will be held in the Conference rooms of the DOA and agendas will be set before each meeting with details on the location. Contact Meg Kerr, Chair, Rhode Island Rivers Council, Phone: (401) 714-2313 for more information.
- Watermap.org - This site is an attempt to map the organizations working to protect our common water assets, to describe their campaigns, issues and activities and to share their tools and ideas with you.
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