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News & Features
Partnering with local raw bars, restaurants and shellfish processors, the Conservancy is recycling oyster shells to restore the Ocean State’s oyster reefs.
LEAF interns are making a difference for nature and for themselves!
The Conservancy is using the living shoreline at the John H. Chafee National Wildlife Refuge as a small-scale prototype to test a big concept.
View the installation of Rhode Island's first "living shoreline" for marsh erosion control at Narrow River.
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The Conservancy's shell recycling program is setting the stage to bring back oyster reefs to Rhode Island waters.
LEAF (Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future) is a Nature Conservancy program that is an eye-opening and confidence building internship experience for high school students interested in science and conservation.
River Herring are released back to the sea after spawning in Quicksand Pond. The coastal pond is breached manually with heavy equipment to help this species of special concern avoid entrapment and possible death.