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2022

09/12/22   Walking Tour: Westerly Shoreline Access

09/07/22   2021 shows a rebound for aquaculture

08/10/22   CRMC, RI Sea Grant continue shoreline public access summer series with Bristol ROW tour

07/26/22   August 9: Walk and Learn about Bristol RI Public Shoreline Access

07/26/22   Take the opportunity to become a Certified Floodplain Manager

07/01/22   New CRMC Freshwater Wetlands Rules – Effective July 1, 2022

06/17/22   Invitation to Bid, other materials for Waterfire Dredging Project Phase 2

06/07/22   CRMC, RI Sea Grant continue shoreline public access summer webinar series

04/01/22   Notice of Public Hearing on five potential new ROWs in Portsmouth (PDF)

03/08/22   CRMC funds five habitat restoration projects

03/16/22   Webinar: Applying the CRMC's Coastal Hazard Application (CHA) Process to Municipal Project Review

02/24/22   Statement from RI CRMC on NOAA sea level rise report

02/09/22   CRMC issues 2020-2021 ROW report

01/25/22   CRMC updates its Rights-of-Way online viewer

01/13/22   QDC, officials unveil RI Ready program

2021

10/15/21   CRMC and NBNERR seek pre-proposals for Habitat Restoration Trust Fund projects

10/15/21   First annual RI ROW Cleanup Day a success

09/20/21   CRMC, partners to hold RI ROW Cleanup Day

09/20/21   Three marina facilities designated under RI Clean Marina Program

09/15/21   Join a Rhode Island Coastal Right-of-Way Cleanup on October 2nd

09/13/21   CRMC, RI Sea Grant to hold webinar on municipal role in shoreline public access

09/02/21   Join us for Shoreline Rights-of-Way: The Role of Towns & CRMC's Adopt-an-Access Program

08/20/21   Hurricane Henri Information

08/17/21   CRMC designates four new rights-of-way

06/16/21   CRMC, RI Sea Grant present second webinar in shoreline public access series

06/16/21   Shoreline Access for All: Environmental Justice Along the Coast

06/10/21   Revamped Clean Marina Program offers streamlined process for marinas

06/08/21   CRMC, City of East Providence open new fishing pier at Kettle Point

05/20/21   CRMC, RI Sea Grant announce shoreline public access educational webinar series

05/19/21   Join Us for "Shoreline Access 101"

05/13/21   CRMC issues 2019-2020 ROW report

04/01/21   CRMC rewards RI students for science fair projects

03/24/21   CRMC funds seven habitat restoration projects

03/01/21   CRMC, partners create educational marine plastic debris exhibit

01/10/21   CRMC welcomes new policy analyst

2020

10/13/20   CRMC RI Sea Grant celebrate 2020 Coastweeks with a twist

10/07/20   CRMC and NBNERR seek pre-proposals for Habitat Restoration Trust Fund projects

10/06/20   State agencies work to improve Weekapaug public access

09/23/20   CRMC Council appoints new executive director

09/03/20   CRMC issues 2018-2019 ROW report

08/31/20   CRMC seeks input through customer service survey

07/15/20   CRMC welcomes new aquaculture coordinator

07/07/20   CRMC Seeks Comment on Draft 309 Assessment/Strategy

06/30/20   CRMC aquaculture coordinator to retire

05/27/20   Long-time head of CRMC retiring

05/12/20   CRMC approves changes to shoreline protection regs

04/29/20   Marinas and Boatyards Phase 1 Opening

04/24/20   Living Shoreline Project to Break Ground in East Providence

04/09/20   COVID-19 Marina, Yacht Club and Harbor Master Guidance

04/07/20   2019 Aquaculture report shows steady growth in RI industry

04/03/20   CRMC funds seven habitat restoration projects

03/19/20   NOAA applauds CRMC in 312 evaluation

02/11/20   Aquaculturists: Tips for being a good neighbor

01/31/20   CRMC, OSAA to host Vibrio workshop

01/16/20   CRMC to work with City of EP, TNC on nature-based infrastructure project

CRMC In the News

Warwick mayor announces $565K project to improve Oakland Beach

CRMC’s Dave Beutel speaks on “Divided Waters: Can offshore wind energy and the fishing industry coexist in the age of climate change?” panel

CRMC’s Janet Freedman in WPRI’s “State of the Bay”

A Rising Challenge: Rhode Island Grapples with the Policy and Practice of Coastal Resiliency

The Smallest State and Why It's Getting Smaller

Trash pushes Providence river dredging into January, over budget

Extreme climate change has arrived in America

Ground zero for 1938 Hurricane: More vulnerable than ever

Can offshore wind and commercial fishing coexist?

Major Flooding Hits MA South Shore During Snowstorm, But Why Not RI, South Coast?

Congress's 'watchdog' agency urges federal response on costly impacts

Using Dredged Materials to Improve a Salt Marsh

Two projects are under way in R.I. to raise salt marshes threatened by environmental change

Battle With The Sea: In Westerly, Beach Town Still Shoring Up For Future Storms

Grover Fugate appears on WPRI's Newsmakers to discuss areas of concern for Rhode Island’s 420 miles of coastline and what predictions for a sea level rise mean for the Ocean State

Two Rhode Islanders Join Sen. Whitehouse for Oceans Meeting in Washington

New Energy Sources, Electric Vehicles & Battery Technology – Grover Fugate participates in the Rhode Island College Speaker Series

Grover Fugute featured in CQ Researcher magazine (PDF)

Sustainable Communities Initiative – Grover Fugate participates in the Rhode Island College Speaker Series

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