CELEBRATING 45 YEARS OF COASTAL MANAGEMENT IN RHODE ISLAND
May 2017 Ninigret salt marsh planting project (PDF)
CRMC rewards RI students for science fair projects
From NERRA: “Will Marshes Rise to the Challenge of Rapidly Rising Seas?” (HINT: Rhode Island’s won’t, without help)
2016 Aquaculture report shows growth despite shellfish closures
CRMC funds 11 habitat restoration projects
Volunteers needed to plant sea grass seedlings at Narrow River as next phase of restoration project
RI’s ballast water management program at risk
New NOAA sea level rise projections dramatically increase by 2100
CRMC co-sponsors RI premiere of Ocean Frontiers III
Read the newest issue of 41° North magazine here, featuring this story on CRMC and offshore sand resources
CRMC, DEM expand wetland monitoring program
CRMC: 2016 in review
CRMC officials travel to Nova Scotia to discuss marine spatial planning, Ocean SAMP
CRMC, Fugate honored with Benchley Ocean Award
Update on salt marsh restoration at Narrow River (12/8/16)
Update on the Narrow River Marsh Restoration and Elevation project (10/7/16)
– Narrow River Salt Pond Restoration Photos
Amended Agreement to Stay the CRMC six month review period (PDF)
Notice of 30 Day Extension (PDF)
National Grid Field’s Point Liquefaction Facility Federal Consistency Request (PDF)
Public Notice (PDF)
A Climb to the Top of Turbine #2 of the Block Island Wind Farm (PDF)
Beaches and Sand Trails of Southern Rhode Island, Regulations and Information Pamphlet (PDF)
CRMC, URI introducing Beach SAMP tools to coastal communities
– STORMTOOLS Information
– Review of Adaptation Strategies (PDF)
Currently Proposed Policies/Regulations
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