Feb
28
4:00 pm16:00

Mining Offshore for Future Coastal Restoration

  • Coastal Institute Auditorium URI Narragansett Bay Campus

About: Three years ago, Misquamicut State Beach saw one of the most extensive beach restoration efforts in Rhode Island, and it most likely won't be the last one. Two years after Superstorm Sandy scoured Misquamicut Beach in 2012, the state trucked in 84,000 cubic yards of sand to restore the beach, at a cost of $3.1 million in federal relief funds. If it happens again, or as lesser storms cause more gradual erosion, where will more sand come from? And at what cost? Recognizing that Rhode Island’s beaches are a major economic driver, and that to maintain them will require further nourishment, the Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council sought an assessment of offshore sand resources for their potential for future beach replenishment. Geologists John King , University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography, and Bryan Oakley, Eastern Connecticut State University, will discuss their collective research on available offshore sand resources, as well as the amount needed to sustain Rhode Island’s southern shore. Light refreshments will be served. RSVP to mmhaas@uri.edu.
Info: Click here.

Feb
28
6:00 pm18:00

Workshop for Private Well Owners

  • West Kingston Elementary School

About: In Rhode Island, private well owners are responsible for testing and maintaining the quality of their own well water. To provide residents with information on private well water testing, treatment and maintenance, water-quality experts from URI and the state Department of Health will provide educational materials and answer questions.
Info: Click here.

Mar
2
7:00 pm19:00

“How Will Salt Marsh Die-Off and Sea-Level Rise Get Along?”

  • Westport Public Library, Manton Room

About: Professor Mark Bertness from the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Brown University will give a talk on the subject of already-deteriorating salt marshes, and what the consequences of sea-level rise might be on them. Admission is free. The event is being sponsored by the Westport River Watershed Alliance.
Info: Click here.

Mar
3
6:00 pm18:00

15 Minute Field Trip™ Gala

  • Twelve Acres

About: A fun night featuring environmental activities for families, educators, and camp groups. Attendees will enjoy food, local music, games, a silent auction, raffle and 100 "fun facts" to go home with. Tickets are $35 and include meal, entertainment and one raffle ticket. Proceeds will raise money to develop a "15 Minute Field Guide™" of quick outdoor activities that deeply explore nature and opportunities for citizen scientists, children, adults, families, classrooms and camp groups.
Info: Click here to register.

Mar
4
8:30 am08:30

Working Forest Conservation Easements

  • West Greenwich Community Center at Louttit Library

About: This workshop will explain how woodlot owners and farmers can obtain a conservation easement that allows them to continue actively managing their woodlot and/or farm while protecting it for the future. Speakers will include Michelle Sheehan of the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, Rich Blodgett of Providence Water, and a panel of landowners who have experienced the process. The event is being sponsored by the Rhode Island Forest Conservators Organization
Info: Click here.

Mar
4
1:00 pm13:00

Oars and Paddles Winter Art Show & Silent Auction

  • Dedee Shattuck Gallery

About: The Westport River Watershed Alliance's fourth annual Winter Art Show will take place during the week of Feb. 25 to March 4 and will feature the transform of old oars and paddles into works of art. More than 40 old oars were donated. The silent auction will take place from 1-5 p.m., with the reception from 5-7. Admission is free.
Info: Click here.

Mar
7
8:00 am08:00

ecoRI News and Save The Bay 5% Day at Whole Foods Market

  • Whole Foods Market Providence, Cranston and Bellingham

About: Shop at participating Whole Foods Markets in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, and 5 percent of your purchase will go to ecoRI News and Save The Bay. Participating stores: Whole Foods Market University Heights (North Main Street, Providence, R.I.), Whole Foods Market Waterman Street (Waterman Street, Providence, R.I.), Whole Foods Market Cranston (Sockanosset Cross Road, Cranston, R.I.) and Whole Foods Market Bellingham (Hartford Ave, Bellingham, Mass.).
Info: Click here.

Mar
9
9:00 am09:00

2017 Rhode Island Compost Conference & Trade Show

  • Rhode Island College, Student Union

About: The annual event will be jointly presented by the Environment Council of Rhode Island and the Rhode Island College Office of Sustainability. Tentative speakers and exhibitors include SCS Engineers, Buxton Hollow Farm, the Rhody Worm Cooperative, the Center for Eco Technology, Earth Appliance, EJ Prescott, the R.I. Food Policy Council, Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation, The Compost Plant and Orbit Energy. Admission, which includes lunch, is $35 in advance or $40 at the door. To register, click here.
Info: Click here.

Mar
9
7:30 pm19:30

Screening of “A Plastic Ocean”

  • Showcase Cinema DeLux Patriot Place

About: This exclusive one-night-only screening of the documentary A Plastic Ocean is being sponsored by Keep Massachusetts Beautiful. The film explores the fragile state of the world’s oceans, uncovering alarming truths about plastic pollution, including its sources, and reveals working solutions that can be put into immediate effect. Tickets must be bought by March 2 for the screening to run. To buy tickets, click here.

Mar
11
7:45 am07:45

Land & Water Conservation Summit

  • URI Memorial Union

About: The 14th annual event is about protecting and restoring local lands and waters. The 2017 Summit will feature a timely keynote address, “Medical Models for Helping Us Understand Global Environmental Threats” by Eric Chivian, who is the founder and director of the Program for Preserving the Natural World, the founder and former director of the Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard Medical School, and co-founder of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, which received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1985. The event also will feature 33 sessions providing tools and resources for organizational development, land protection and stewardship, and watershed management to help your organization be more effective.
To register: Click here.

Mar
11
2:00 pm14:00

Endless Beautiful Writing Workshop

  • Social Enterprise Greenhouse

About: Join Lucas Pralle and Carolyn Decker, long-time creative writers and podcasters for an afternoon with Endless Beautiful, the innovative audio-based writing method that's launching participants from around the world to new creative heights. This special Endless Beautiful workshop will be held in collaboration with ecoRI News. How it works: Participants listen to a 15-minute audio prompt and write in real-time stream of consciousness using the audio clips as inspiration. Participants then share unedited versions of what they create and offer one another feedback, modeling parts of their creative processes. The workshop will be recorded on location at Social Enterprise Greenhouse and published online on Endlessbeautiful.com, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. Space is limited and advance ticket purchase is required. Light refreshments will be served. Tickets are $8 for students and $12 general admission.
Info: To get tickets, click here.

 

Mar
12
1:00 pm13:00

FrogWatch Training at Roger Williams Park Zoo

  • Roger Williams Park Zoo

About: Amphibian species are disappearing at an alarming rate across the globe due to a number of factors such as habitat loss, pollution and disease. Become a citizen scientist with FrogWatch USA and help save frogs. FrogWatch trainings cover the importance of amphibians in the environment, how monitoring the local population helps to protect them, factors to consider in choosing a site to monitor, how to tell frog species apart by their calls and how to report findings to FrogWatch USA. Cost is $10 a household, up to two adults and two children.

Mar
18
10:00 am10:00

FrogWatch Training at Roger Williams Park Zoo

  • Roger Williams Park Zoo

About: Amphibian species are disappearing at an alarming rate across the globe due to a number of factors such as habitat loss, pollution and disease. Become a citizen scientist with FrogWatch USA and help save frogs. FrogWatch trainings cover the importance of amphibians in the environment, how monitoring the local population helps to protect them, factors to consider in choosing a site to monitor, how to tell frog species apart by their calls and how to report findings to FrogWatch USA. Cost is $10 a household, up to two adults and two children.

Mar
23
6:00 pm18:00

FrogWatch Training at Roger Williams Park Zoo

  • Roger Williams Park Zoo

About: Amphibian species are disappearing at an alarming rate across the globe due to a number of factors such as habitat loss, pollution and disease. Become a citizen scientist with FrogWatch USA and help save frogs. FrogWatch trainings cover the importance of amphibians in the environment, how monitoring the local population helps to protect them, factors to consider in choosing a site to monitor, how to tell frog species apart by their calls and how to report findings to FrogWatch USA. Cost is $10 a household, up to two adults and two children.

Apr
7
9:00 am09:00

Workshop: Community Resilience in Taunton Watershed

  • Middleboro Town Hall

About: Has your town been impacted by drought, floods or poor water quality?  What are local vulnerabilities to weather extremes, how do they interact with development, and how can we be more resilient to climate change? Join Mass Audubon, Manomet and The Nature Conservancy for two free half-day workshops (April 7 & April 21) to identify what keeps our communities healthy. Explore how green infrastructure provides free services that reduce costs and vulnerabilities to infrastructure. To register, click here.
Info: e-mail shapingthefuture@massaudubon.org.

Apr
13
3:30 pm15:30

“A 21st Century Look at Global Ocean Conveyor Belt”

  • Coastal Institute Auditorium, URI Narragansett Bay Campus

About: Susan Lozier will speak at the fifth annual Scott W. Nixon Lecture. Lozier is a physical oceanographer with interests in large-scale ocean circulation and a professor of Earth and Ocean Sciences at the Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. Free and open to the public.
Info: Click here.

May
12
9:00 am09:00

Workshop: Community Resilience in Taunton Watershed

  • Grange Hall

About: Has your town been impacted by drought, floods or poor water quality?  What are local vulnerabilities to weather extremes, how do they interact with development, and how can we be more resilient to climate change? Join Mass Audubon, Manomet and The Nature Conservancy for two free half-day workshops (May 12 & May 26) to identify what keeps our communities healthy. Explore how green infrastructure provides free services that reduce costs and vulnerabilities to infrastructure. To register, click here.
Info: e-mail shapingthefuture@massaudubon.org.

Jun
9
9:00 am09:00

Workshop: Community Resilience in Taunton Watershed

  • Halifax Town Hall

About: Has your town been impacted by drought, floods or poor water quality?  What are local vulnerabilities to weather extremes, how do they interact with development, and how can we be more resilient to climate change? Join Mass Audubon, Manomet and The Nature Conservancy for two free half-day workshops (June 9 & June 23) to identify what keeps our communities healthy. Explore how green infrastructure provides free services that reduce costs and vulnerabilities to infrastructure. To register, click here.
Info: e-mail shapingthefuture@massaudubon.org.


Feb
18
8:00 am08:00

Eco-Depot Collection

  • Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation

About: Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation invites residents to safely dispose of household hazardous waste. This collection is available to Rhode Island residents only, and to help reduce time spent in line, appointments should be made in advance. To make an appointment or to view the entire 2017 Eco-Depot schedule, click here.
Info: Call 401-942-1430, ext. 241.

Feb
16
5:30 pm17:30

Water, Energy, and Environment Networking Night

  • Social Enterprise Greenhouse

About: Join Social Enterprise Greenhouse with organizing partner Providence Green Drinks each month for a networking event that highlights the work of organizations innovating in the environment sector, followed by discussion and networking over food and drink. This is a great opportunity to find out how you can get involved in a thriving community committed to creating jobs and making our communities more environmentally friendly. This month's presentation will feature Resolute Marine Energy, Inc., which is developing wave energy converters that generate clean energy from ocean waves. This event is free and open to the public, but registration is recommended.
Info: To RSVP, click here.

Feb
15
7:00 pm19:00

“Climate-Proof Your Personal Finances” Book Signing & Discussion

  • Emmanuel Church

About: David Stookey, president of the Savvy Families Institute and author of “Climate-Proof Your Personal Finances: How (and Where) to Safeguard Your Family Budget and Lifestyle,” will be signing copies of his book. A lengthy discussion about the costs of warming in Newport will follow the fairly short book signing.
Info: Click here.

Feb
10
9:00 am09:00

Workshop: Community Resilience in Taunton Watershed

  • SRPEDD

About: Has your town been impacted by drought, floods or poor water quality?  What are local vulnerabilities to weather extremes, how do they interact with development, and how can we be more resilient to climate change? Join Mass Audubon, Manomet and The Nature Conservancy for two free half-day workshops (Feb. 10 & Feb. 24) to identify what keeps our communities healthy. Explore how green infrastructure provides free services that reduce costs and vulnerabilities to infrastructure. To register, click here.
Info: e-mail shapingthefuture@massaudubon.org.

Feb
8
7:00 pm19:00

Book Discussion: “Rhode Island's Shellfish Heritage: an Ecological History”

  • Warwick Public Library

About: The event will feature the book’s author, Sarah Schumann, and Warwick quahogger John Harvey. Through historical accounts and contemporary interviews, the book offers a glimpse into shellfisheries of years past through today. Schumann brings to light the enduring importance of shellfish to Rhode Island through the stories of growers, commercial and recreational harvesters and artists. A limited number of copies of the book will be available at the discussion.
Info: Click here.

Feb
4
1:00 pm13:00

Endless Beautiful Workshop

  • Woonsocket Harris Public Library

About: Endless Beautiful is a writing workshop hosted by podcast producer Lucas Pralle and poet Carolyn Decker. During the workshop, participants write while listening to a custom audio session that Pralle and Decker have recorded and compiled for the session. All levels of experience are invited to join in this celebration of the creative process. The workshops are recorded and produced as a podcast which can be found on iTunes, Stitcher and SoundCloud.
Info: Click here.

Feb
4
8:00 am08:00

Eco-Depot Collection

  • Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation

About: Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation invites residents to safely dispose of household hazardous waste. This collection is available to Rhode Island residents only, and to help reduce time spent in line, appointments should be made in advance. To make an appointment or to view the entire 2017 Eco-Depot schedule, click here.
Info: Call 401-942-1430, ext. 241.

Feb
2
3:00 pm15:00

Energize R.I. Act of 2017 Press Conference

  • Rhode Island State House, Governor’s State Room

About: The event is being organized by the EnergizeRI Coalition to support Sen. Jeanine Calkin, D-Warwick, and Rep. Aaron Regunberg, D-Providence, as they introduce the Energize Rhode Island: Clean Energy Investment and Carbon Pricing Act of 2017. The bill would place a fee on carbon pollution from fossil fuels and return some of the proceeds to Rhode Island residents and businesses, and help fund renewable-energy programs that specifically benefit low-income residents and small businesses. Legislators from Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecticut, where state carbon pricing bills will also be introduced, will be in attendance.
Info: Send an e-mail to Laufton Longo at Laufton@EnergizeRI.org.

Jan
31
5:00 pm17:00

Open House & Natural History Art Exhibit

  • URI East Farm, Building 14

About: After a year of settling in and sporadic construction, the Rhode Island Natural History Survey’s new home at the University of Rhode Island is complete. Check out the nonprofit’s new space, meet the staff and board, check out some local artwork.
Info: Click here.

Jan
30
6:00 pm18:00

Workshop for Private Well Owners

  • East Greenwich Police Department Community Room

About: In Rhode Island, private well owners are responsible for testing and maintaining the quality of their own well water. To provide residents with information on private well water testing, treatment and maintenance, water-quality experts from URI and the state Department of Health will provide educational materials and answer questions.
Info: Click here.

Jan
29
1:30 pm13:30

A Panel & Civic Dialogue on Climate Change

  • Pawtucket Visitor Center

About: The talk entitled “Our Changing Climate: From a Very Local Perspective” will panelists Rachel Calabro, Narragansett Bay river-keeper for Save The Bay and Martha Gach from Mass Audubon. The moderator will be Chuck Arning, ranger for the Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park. The discussion will look at the impact a changing climate has had on neighborhoods, on landscapes and on the world.
Info: Click here.

Jan
27
9:00 am09:00

Workshop: Community Resilience in Taunton Watershed

  • Norton Public Library

About: Has your town been impacted by drought, floods or poor water quality?  What are local vulnerabilities to weather extremes, how do they interact with development, and how can we be more resilient to climate change? Join Mass Audubon, Manomet and The Nature Conservancy for two free half-day workshops (Jan. 27 & Feb. 3) to identify what keeps our communities healthy. Explore how green infrastructure provides free services that reduce costs and vulnerabilities to infrastructure. To register, click here.
Info: e-mail shapingthefuture@massaudubon.org.

Jan
26
5:00 pm17:00

DEM Public Meeting for Draft Discharge Permits

  • DEM Headquarters, Room 300

About: The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management is soliciting public comment on draft discharge permits for the Narragansett Bay Commission’s Bucklin Point and Field’s Point wastewater treatment facilities. The comment period runs through Jan. 31. This public hearing will review the permits. Oral comments will be accepted. The Bucklin Point facility serves Central Falls, Cumberland and Pawtucket, and portions of Lincoln, East Providence and Smithfield. The Field’s Point facility serves Johnston, Providence and North Providence, and portions of Lincoln and Cranston. The draft Rhode Island Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (RIDES) permits authorize the discharge of treated domestic/industrial sewage from these facilities, stormwater that enters the combined sewer systems and the combined sewer overflows (CSOs) associated with the collection systems. The permits set discharge limits to protect water quality and ensure compliance with technology-based caps. Under the new permit requirements, NBC must develop a program to reduce the amount of stormwater discharged to its combined sewer systems, provide web-based notification to the public on CSO occurrences, and submit regular monitoring data electronically. The current RIPDES permits for these facilities were issued in 2001 and modified in 2005 to include nitrogen limits. Written comments should be submitted to DEM by 4 p.m. Jan. 31.
Info: Click here.

Jan
25
6:30 pm18:30

“Earth in Human Hands: Shaping Our Planet’s Future”

  • The MET

About: The event will feature a talk by David Grinspoon, an astrobiologist, award-winning science communicator and prize-winning author. He is a senior scientist at the Planetary Science Institute and an adjunct professor of astrophysical and planetary science at the University of Colorado. His research focuses on climate evolution on Earth-like planets and potential conditions for life elsewhere in the universe. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the event begins at 7 p.m. Free and open to the public.
Info: Click here.

Jan
25
5:00 pm17:00

Winter Workshop for Farm and Forest Land Owners

  • Narragansett Indian Longhouse

About: The USDA NRCS and Rhode Island’s Conservation districts provide financial and technical assistance to land owners and managers who would like to maximize their land’s crop productivity, forest health, wildlife value and soil quality. At this workshop learn more about applying for assistance and how you can do more with your land. To register, call 401-500-0422.
Info: Click here.

Jan
23
6:00 pm18:00

School of Fish

  • Hope & Main

About: The Eating with the Ecosystem event features Rhode Island chefs who educate participants about the different ways of turning a whole fish, straight from the sea, into a delicious dinner you can share with family and friends. Learn how to use plentiful local species such as scup, herring, whiting, skate, squid, dogfish and sea robin. Held in a demonstration kitchen, a former school classroom, at Hope & Main, each workshop is also a dinner, complete with wine and good company. Each workshop will feature one fish species, prepared several ways.
Info: Click here.

Jan
22
1:00 pm13:00

Winter Tree ID for Beginners

  • Connecticut Forest & Park Association

About: Join master naturalist Lynn Kochiss for the first in a series designed to help beginners unravel the mysteries of tree identification. The first half of the program will be held indoors at the Connecticut Forest & Park Association. Begin by investigating how to use bark, twigs, and buds as clues for winter tree ID. Then explore Highlawn Forest to see how many trees we can name using these clues. Some field guides and binoculars will be available but feel free to bring your own. Registration is strongly recommended.

Jan
21
8:00 am08:00

Eco-Depot Collection

  • Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation

About: To assist Rhode Islanders with the safe disposal of household hazardous waste, the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation invites residents to visit Eco-Depot collections. Eco-Depots are available to Rhode Island residents only, and to help reduce time spent in line, appointments should be made in advance. To make an appointment, click here or call 401-942-1430, ext. 241.
Info: Click here.

Jan
19
11:00 am11:00

Drive Green: Electric Vehicle Showcase

  • Alex + Ani Center

About: Looking to buy or lease a new electric vehicle (EV)? Drive Green with People's Power & Light and SustainPVD will be hosting an EV showcase. The event is free and open to the public. Attendees will enjoy hot drinks, baked good, and a question-and-answer session. Drive Green with People’s Power & Light is a limited-time EV discount program dedicated to making an EV purchase easy and affordable. SustainPVD is a community-wide sustainability initiative to make Providence a greener, healthier more livable city.
Info: E-mail drivegreen@ripower.org

Jan
19
10:00 am10:00

R.I. “Clean Diesel Fund” Public Hearing

  • Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management

About: The Office of Air Resources recently issued a public notice for public comment and public hearing for the proposed draft Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 50 “Clean Diesel Fund” (260-RICR-120-00-50). The regulation was developed pursuant to Rhode Island General Laws that established the Rhode Island Clean Diesel Fund. The fund was created to enable the state Department of Environmental Management (DEM) to receive annually appropriated money and provide reimbursement grants to companies for the purpose of reducing emissions from heavy-duty diesel vehicles and improving supply-chain efficiency. DEM will solicit projects that undertake eligible clean-diesel measures and award grants from the fund to reimburse applicants for undertaking these measures. DEM encourages the submission of written comments. The e-mail address for comments is allison.callahan@dem.ri.gov.

Jan
17
6:00 pm18:00

Learn the Facts About Invenergy Project

  • North Scituate Public Library

About: The Northwest Rhode Island Supporters of Open Space is hosting this educational program about the fossil-fuel power plant proposed for Burrillville. If built, the facility would use some 700 gallons of water a minute, impact 200 acres of woodlands and would not reduce your electric bill. So why do they want to build it? Do we need the power? What about jobs? Taxes? And where will the water come from at a time when the region is in a drought? Paul Roselli, president of the Burrillville Land Trust, will lead the program. The program is being sponsored by the Burrillville Land Trust and the Rhode Island Association of Conservation Commissions. Healthy snacks and beverages will be served.
Info: Click here.

Jan
17
11:00 am11:00

Rhode Island Food System Summit

  • University of Rhode Island Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences

About: Join government, business and community partners at this event to preview the first statewide food plan for Rhode Island and to discuss the role of local food in supporting families and moving the state forward. Reception from 5-7 p.m. Click here to register.
Info: Click here.

Jan
11
5:30 pm17:30

Winter Workshop for Farm and Forest Land Owners

  • Tiverton Public Library

About: The USDA NRCS and Rhode Island’s Conservation districts provide financial and technical assistance to land owners and managers who would like to maximize their land’s crop productivity, forest health, wildlife value and soil quality. At this workshop learn more about applying for assistance and how you can do more with your land. To register, call 401-934-0842.
Info: Click here.

Jan
7
8:00 am08:00

Eco-Depot Collection

  • Rhode Island Resource Recovery

About: Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation invites Rhode Island residents to safely dispose of their household hazardous waste. This Eco-Depot is available to Rhode Island residents only, and to help reduce time spent in line, appointments should be made in advance. To make an appointment for the collection, visit ecodepotri.org or call 401-942-1430 x241.
Info: Visit ecodepotri.org.

 

Jan
1
12:00 pm12:00

Two-Mile Tour Part of National “First Day Hikes”

  • Rocky Point State Park

About: The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management is hosting this free 2-mile guided hike of Rocky Point State Park. The event is part of the sixth annual First Day Hikes event organized by the National Association of State Park Directors and will explore Rhode Island’s newest coastal state park. Guided tours will be held in all 50 states as part of this one-day event. Registration is encouraged but not required. To register, e-mail Felicia Celeberto at Felicia.celeberto@dem.ri.gov.

Oct
23
11:00 am11:00

Temple Grandin on Animal Welfare and Behavior

  • Weatherlow Farms

About: In light of recent Westport, Mass. animal abuse cases, Temple Grandin will speak about animal welfare and behavior, including best practices to avoid animal abuse. Grandin's ground-breaking achievements in livestock handling and facility design can be attributed to her unique visual way of processing information. By focusing on her unique strengths, Grandin has pioneered a new way of understanding animals. She is currently a professor of animal science at Colorado State University. Tickets to this talk are $10.
Info: Click here for tickets.

Oct
22
5:00 pm17:00

Community Seafood Dinner

  • South Kingstown Elks Lodge

About: These Eating with the Ecosystem dinners are informal events where fishermen can share their catch with community members. Spearheaded by Point Judith fisherman Rodman Sykes, each dinner welcomes about 125 people and relies on an extended network of volunteers and donor fishermen to catch, prepare and serve the night’s variety of local seafood. Tickets cost $20 and can be reserved by e-mailing sarah@eatingwiththeecosystem.org or calling/texting 401-297-6273. Some tickets will be available at the door.
Info: Click here.

Oct
21
8:00 am08:00

2016 Rhode Island High Performance Schools Summit

  • Rhode Island College

About: Join superintendents, school business officials, architects, engineers, facility and energy managers, and other educational stakeholders to share lessons learned and best practices for successful school improvement projects. Sponsored by the Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships. To register, click here.
Info: Click here.