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The Dish: Oysters Gone Wild

Rhode Island Monthly
Oceans & Coasts
January 21, 2014


Erosion Happens; Can We Deal with It?

ecoRI News
Oceans & Coasts
January 21, 2014


Fishing Report: Can artificial reefs improve local fishing?

The Providence Journal
Oceans & Coasts
December 11, 2013


Whale Rock Trail Opens Shoreline to Public

ecoRI news
Forests
December 02, 2013


Glam and Grow: Eat an Oyster, Build a Reef

Newport Life Magazine
Oceans & Coasts
April 06, 2012


Conservancy Shells Out for Oyster Reefs

The Westerly Sun
Oceans & Coasts
October 02, 2011


Reviving A Near-Extinct Population

Providence Business Journal
Oceans & Coasts
March 07, 2011


Tim Mooney

Preserves Manager and Real Estate Specialist
The Nature Conservancy of Rhode Island
159 Waterman Street
Providence, RI 02906
401-331-7110, ext. 17
401-273-4902
tmooney@tnc.org



Jeanne Parente

Science Program Coordinator
The Nature Conservancy of Rhode Island
159 Waterman Street
Providence, RI 02906
401-331-7110, ext. 16
401-273-4902
jparente@tnc.org



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