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CELEBRATING OVER 40 YEARS OF COASTAL MANAGEMENT IN RHODE ISLAND
In The Spotlight
CRMC develops draft strategy for program enhancement
(public comments welcomed)
How R.I. broke down barriers to wind power, Providence Journal
Beach Profile training using the Modified Emery Method (a.k.a. two sticks and a string), July 28th
Notice of August 18th public hearing on proposed Right-Of-Way in Bristol (PDF)
Beach SAMP Stakeholder Meeting July 14th 6-8pm
East Beach/Ninigret Conservation Area Sand Trail restricted opening of sand trail
CRMC authorizes macroalgae research projects in Warwick
Shellfish Management Plan (SMP) Stakeholder Meeting, Thursday, June 25th
2014 Aquaculture report shows significant growth in all areas
– Aquaculture in Rhode Island 2014 Annual Status Report (PDF)
CRMC releases SLAMM report
Rhode Island Sea Level Affecting Marshes Model (SLAMM) Project Summary Report, March 2015 (PDF)
See SLAMM maps here
CRMC funds 9 habitat restoration projects
2014 Report on Designation of Rights-of-Way to Tidal Areas of the State available (PDF)
CRMC to oversee multiple RI dredging, habitat restoration projects
Click here for information on STORMTOOLS
Rhode Island State Conservation Committee releases the 2014 update to the Rhode Island Soil Erosion And Sediment Control Handbook
Currently Proposed Policies/Regulations
|Public Hearing Date
Header photo above provided by the Narragansett Bay Estuary Program.