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2020

06/30/20   CRMC aquaculture coordinator to retire

06/01/20   COVID-19 Marinas and Boatyards Phase 2 Opening

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

2019

12/20/19   CRMC hosting Coastal Hazard Application workshop

12/10/19   Water Place Park dredging status update 12/10/19

12/06/19   CRMC’s Coastweeks event focuses on sea level rise in urban landscape

12/02/19   Water Place Park dredging status update 12/02/19

11/28/19   Aquaculture training brings users, conflicts into focus

11/21/19   New STORMTOOLS Risk and Damage Assessment App now available

10/17/19   CRMC slated to begin dredging of Waterplace Park in November

10/15/19   Whitehouse’s Energy, Environment & Ocean Leaders Day presses on climate change efforts

10/11/19   CRMC seeks pre-proposals for Habitat Restoration Trust Fund projects

09/25/19   CRMC, DEM draft freshwater wetland rules

09/12/19   Coastweeks 2019: trash skimmers, monitoring, sea level rise, and salt marshes

08/07/19   2018 Aquaculture report shows steady growth in RI industry

08/01/19   CRMC adopts changes to Ocean SAMP

06/28/19   CRMC launches coastal hazard application worksheet

06/24/19   NOAA evaluates RI’s coastal program

06/14/19   Invitation to Bid, Plans, and Other Relevant Materials for Waterfire Dredge

04/29/19   CRMC, partners launch Shoreline Adaptation Inventory and Design program

04/29/19   Want to help us restore the Quonnie salt marsh? Click here for info about volunteering in May! (PDF)

04/22/19   CRMC to celebrate Quonochontaug Phase One restoration and elevation

04/10/19   CRMC, international team to research wind turbine engineering

04/05/19   CRMC issues 2017-2018 ROW report

03/18/19   CRMC rewards RI students for science fair projects

03/18/19   CRMC funds six habitat restoration projects

02/05/19   CRMC hires two new ocean engineers

02/05/19   CRMC talks to Realtors on front lines of climate change

01/14/19   CRMC, URI unveil flood maps for East Bay

2018

12/22/18   National Grid LNG Federal Consistency Determination (PDF) — Additional associated documents and reports

12/18/18   NOAA grants CRMC additional jurisdiction for offshore wind energy projects

12/12/18   CRMC begins work on Quonnie salt marsh restoration

11/13/18   Marine Law Symposium at RWU Law to Focus on Legal Strategies for Climate Adaptation

11/09/18   CRMC, partners receive coastal resilience grant

10/26/18   Coastweeks, research paper highlight CRMC aquatic invasive species monitoring efforts

10/10/18   CRMC seeks pre-proposals for Habitat Restoration Trust Fund projects

10/04/18   STORMTOOLS Design Elevation (SDE) Map Training Session

09/11/18   Join Us for These Coastweeks Events!

07/31/18   Soil and Water Conservation Society Summer Meeting and Coastal Erosion Workshop

07/11/18   Preparing for rising seas with CRMC in “Art Aquatic”

07/05/18   CRMC adopts Beach SAMP

06/28/18   In focus: the future of RI’s salt marshes

06/20/18   Brown boathouse expansion results in improved public access at India Point Park

06/04/18   CRMC’s 5 percent aquaculture rule seeks to balance use of salt ponds

06/01/18   CRMC celebrates 40 years of federal program approval, authority under Federal CZMA

05/29/18   Regarding the vehicle limit at the East Beach sand trail

05/17/18   CRMC works to protect RI’s largest ship graveyard

05/17/18   Volunteer for planting at Ninigret Salt Marsh (PDF)

05/10/18   CRMC’s Fugate to speak to Dutch Consulate about climate change, resilience

05/08/18   CRMC executive director receives leadership award

04/30/18   CRMC announces statewide coastal wetland preservation strategy

04/10/18   CRMC rewards RI students for science fair projects

03/29/18   2017 Aquaculture report shows growth, diversification

03/28/18   Engineering With Nature to Protect Rhode Island Shorelines

03/27/18   CRMC keeps MyCoast app working with Trust Fund monies

03/26/18   CRMC funds nine habitat restoration projects

03/12/18   Beach SAMP Public Stakeholder Meeting on March 29th

03/06/18   RI Flood Mitigation Association 2018 Conference

03/02/18   Regarding CRMC Application #2017-12-086 (Raso)

01/16/18   CRMC: 2017 in Review

01/11/18   Bay Informed Discussion Series - Bringing Ocean Science Ashore!

01/02/18   Bradford dam removal complete

CRMC In the News

Willis Named CRMC's Interim Executive Director

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

Saving the marshes: Projects on Narrow River and along Ninigret Pond aim to protect marshlands from rising seas

How R.I. broke down barriers to wind power, Providence Journal

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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