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CELEBRATING 45 YEARS OF COASTAL MANAGEMENT IN RHODE ISLAND
• In The Spotlight •
Join the R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council at this weekend’s Newport Oyster Festival
MyCoast StormReporter Training offered on May 31
RI Salt Marsh Monitoring and Assessment Program released
CRMC approves 5 aquaculture applications
An update on the Ninigret Pond salt marsh habitat restoration project
Ninigret Pond Aquaculture Tours– June 2, 2016 ***FULL***
MyCoast May King Tide Events (May 5, 6)
Dr. Michael Oppenheimer to speak at Beach SAMP
• Watch video of the meeting here
Beaches and Sand Trails of Southern Rhode Island, Regulations and Information Pamphlet (PDF)
Join CRMC, URI for Ocean SAMP update, celebration
• SAVE THE DATE: Ocean SAMP Five-Year Achievements – Come Celebrate with Us!
• The Ocean SAMP – Five Years Later
(Editorial by the CRMC Chair)
• Five years later: the Ocean SAMP (Press Release)
Narragansett facility first to benefit from STORMTOOLS
NOAA grant provides funds to improve prediction, protection from coastal storms
• Official NOAA announcement
Ninigret Pond: Historical Perspectives and Current Uses
RI Education Exchange now offers paid aquaculture training
• Flyer (PDF)
• Application (PDF)
CRMC, URI introducing Beach SAMP tools to coastal communities
– Resilient Communities Model Process
– Review of Adaptation Strategies (PDF)
Currently Proposed Policies/Regulations
|Public Hearing Date
Header photo above provided by the Narragansett Bay Estuary Program.