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Directions to The Nature Conservancy

Rhode Island Chapter

Providence Office
159 Waterman Street
Providence, RI  02906
Phone: (401) 331-7110

From I-95:

Take I-95 (North or South) to I-195 East:

  • Traveling I-95 Southbound use new right hand Exit 20 I-195 towards "East Providence/Cape Cod” 
    • Merging onto I-195, move to the right lane as soon as possible.
    • Take Exit 2 "Gano Street".    
    • (see 'Continue' below)
  • Traveling I-95 Northbound use Exit 19 I-195 towards "East Providence/Cape Cod"
    • Merge onto I-195. Stay in right lane.
    • Take Exit 2 "Gano Street"
    • (see 'Continue' below)


  • Turn left off ramp at stop sign and follow around curve, past Brown Univ. Boathouse.
  • Turn right at stop sign onto Gano Street.
  • Take first left onto Wickenden Street.
  • Follow Wickenden and turn right onto Hope Street.
  • Follow Hope Street eleven blocks to Waterman Street.
  • Turn right on Waterman Street.
  • Go 1 1/2 blocks to #159 on the right side of the street.
  • There is a parking lot behind the building and parking on the street.  Please use the driveway just past the building.

From I-195 Westbound towards Providence: 

  • Take Exit 2 "Gano Street"  
  • Take a right at the bottom of ramp and follow Gano until intersection with Angell Street (about 3 lights). 
  • Take a left onto Angell Street and then take first left onto Cooke Street (just past Stimson Ave.). 
  • At stop sign, take a left onto Waterman Street. 
  • The TNC office is the second building on the right. There is a parking lot behind the building and parking on the street.  Please use the driveway just past the building, on the east side.


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