We utilize the best science and the strength of partnerships to protect and steward our land and water resources for people and nature in Rhode Island.
Restoring a "keystone" species in Rhode Island estuaries.
From the distribution of species to the topography of the seafloor, ocean mapping is a prime tool for scientists to share information with the public.
The quahog is a 'clever' engineer of our coastal waters improving habitat for other species.
What does it take to transplant clams into a coastal pond? One 50lb bag at a time!
Photographer Geoff Dennis has a lens for all seasons and a passion for place!
Prentice Stout, oceanographer and educator, shows us the amazing underwater life in a salt pond.
The beauty of the Westport River comes to life while you hear from Sakonnet Program Director, John Berg, about the importance of Middle Acres Farm to our biodiversity goals. See related article.