The mission of the Burrillville Land Trust is to preserve and protect the rural character of the Town of Burrillville through education, acquisition and advocacy.
The Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council was awarded a Loraine Tisdale grant to help develop and implement a project involving local children with the construction of insect hotels for installation along the Fred Lippitt Woonasquatucket River Greenway.
The Narrow River Preservation Association (NRPA) works to preserve, protect, and restore the natural environment and the quality of life for all communities within the Narrow (Pettaquamscutt) River Estuary and Watershed.
In a partnership with the Eastern RI Conservation District, Melville Elementary School in Portsmouth will create a rainwater garden to manage stormwater runoff on the school grounds.
In a partnership between the Greater YMCA, the Harry Kizirian Elementary School in Providence will create pollinator habitat in a local community garden as part of an after-school program.
We are an integrated architecture, design and planning, ecology studio and research workshop. The studio has been recognized with national, regional, state, and local awards in architecture, planning, urban design, and sustainable building/ecological systems research from professional societies, government agencies, and citizen organizations.
The Burrillville Conservation Commission’s mission and goals are to protect and preserve the natural tranquility of the natural reserves, features and attributes that has defined the Town of Burrillville for over two hundred years.
A prudent investment in Rhode Island’s open space, environment, and tourism – the Green Economy Bond invests in open space and farmland protection; world class state & municipal parks; bikeways; stormwater pollution prevention and brownfield cleanups. Together, these efforts will attract new businesses and continue successful programs.
This file provides more details and information about the bond.
The Rhode Island State Conservation Committee (RISCC) has been established within the Dept of Environmental Management to serve as an agency of the State that provides assistance and support to the three Conservation Districts in RI and to assist local landowners and municipalities in the proper stewardship of our lands and waters.
The Mission of The West Bay Land Trust is to maintain a rich blend of wetlands, woodlands, urban preservation and pastoral space in the city of Cranston. Our goals include sustaining the working farms in the rural, western area of the city, as well as preserving the diverse nature of all Cranston’s communities, thus allowing the city to offer a continued variety of residential lifestyles to its citizens.