Jun
18
1:00 PM13:00

Healthy Soils Healthy Seas Rhode Island Stakeholder Meeting

  • 36 Ochre Point Avenue Newport, RI, 02840 United States (map)
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About: The goal of the Healthy Soils, Healthy Seas Rhode Island (HSHSRI) project is to protect ocean health by establishing a multiyear integrated materials-management solution with an initial pilot program focused on business and residential composting on Aquidneck Island. The program brings together existing composting efforts to demonstrate the effectiveness, efficiency, and strategic benefit of diverting food waste from the landfill. This creates a financial incentive for residents, businesses and local governments to explore the long-term value proposition of island-wide composting efforts.
Info: Visit cleanoceanaccess.org.

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Jun
18
6:30 PM18:30

Green Clean Boating Machine

  • In-Command Seamanship Training Center (map)
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About: Join Captain Breezy Grenier for this workshop to learn about the top toxins polluting our oceans and waterways. Plus get tips on how to prevent spills, and learn about eco-friendly products and supplies. This event is free, but there is a suggested $10 donation to help support Capt. Breezy’s participation in eXXpedition Round the World.
Info: Click here.

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Jun
19
6:00 PM18:00

Using Livestock to Clear Land

About: Join Northeast Organic Farming Association of Rhode Island (NOFA/RI) to learn techniques for clearing land with the help of livestock. The use of livestock to clear land eradicates weeds and invasive species and eliminates the need for heavy machinery or chemicals. Ben and Rachael of Wild Harmony Farm will discuss how each species plays a role in clearing land on their farm. This event is free, but registration is recommended.
Info: To RSVP, click here.

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Jun
19
7:00 PM19:00

Seals of Rhode Island

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Kettle Pond Visitor Center (map)
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About: Bob Kenney, a marine biologist from the URI Graduate School of Oceanography, will talk about seals in the Ocean State. Harbor seals are the best known marine mammal residents in Rhode Island, but gray seals are now being seen year-round at Block Island. Bob will talk about all four species of seals in local waters, accompanied by plenty of pictures. Free and open to the public.
Info: Click here.

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Jun
20
6:00 PM18:00

Providence Green Drinks

About: Social Enterprise Greenhouse will be bringing Providence Green Drinks to Gallery Night Providence. Both events are held on the third Thursday of each month, and on this night the two groups will gather at the same hive to celebrate National Pollinator Week. Hear from Meg Kerr, senior director of policy at Audubon Society of Rhode Island, about her policy work for pollinators and from Bonnie Combs of the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor, who will talk about the Pollinator Resolution and efforts to engage partners in protecting pollinators throughout the Blackstone River Valley. Before and after these brief presentations, attendees will be able to network over drinks.
Info: To RSVP, click here.

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Jun
22
6:00 AM06:00

Buzzards Bay Swim

  • 1480 Rodney French Boulevard New Bedford, MA, 02744 United States (map)
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About: The Buzzards Bay Swim features a scenic point-to-point course across outer New Bedford Harbor. Assisted by the U.S. Coast Guard and a local safety patrol, swimmers navigate 1.2 miles through the harbor and channel. At the finish line, swimmers will enjoy a beach party featuring a live steel drum band, pancakes cooked to order, gourmet coffee, free massages, and local beer. Swim solo or with a team of friends, family, or co-workers. Proceeds from the swim support the work of the Buzzards Bay Coalition to restore and protect Buzzards Bay. There is a $25 registration fee and $150 (pay-or-raise) fundraising minimum per swimmer.
Info: To learn more or to register, visit savebuzzardsbay.org.

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Jun
22
7:00 PM19:00

Gleaner's Getdown

About: Hope’s Harvest RI is hosting an all-ages party to kick off its second year of mobilizing volunteers to rescue surplus food from local farms to help feed hungry Rhode Island families. Guests will enjoy music from Elementary Music, food from 22 Bowen’s, dancing, raffles, a cash bar, and a chance to learn more about food rescue in Rhode Island. Proceeds from this event will support Hope’s Harvest RI’s operations. Tickets are $10 for volunteers and $20 for general admission.
Info: For tickets, click here.

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Jun
23
10:00 AM10:00

The Providence Flea

  • 345 South Water Street Providence, RI, 02903 United States (map)
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About: The Providence Flea, a juried vintage and artisan/maker market, has hosted more than 500 hundred local vintage vendors, artists, artisans, makers, and community nonprofits since 2013. Shoppers can browse unique handcrafted and vintage items, and enjoy food trucks and live music along the Providence River. The Flea is held every Sunday throughout the summer, rain or shine.
Info: Visit providenceflea.com.

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Jun
26
7:00 PM19:00

New England Frogs and Toads

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Kettle Pond Visitor Center (map)
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About: Scott Buchanan, herpetologist with DEM’s Division of Fish & Wildlife, will talk about the region’s frogs, which are one of the most threatened groups of vertebrates on a global basis. Scott will speak about their biology and behavior, and the range of conservation issues. Free and open to the public.
Info: Click here.

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Jun
29
11:00 AM11:00

Ask a Gardener

About: Tour the grounds at Rough Point in the company of experts. Once a month, Rough Point’s estate gardeners share their expertise on a range of topics from plant identification to organic garden care. Get insider tips about how staff keep the grounds looking lush and how to incorporate those practices in your own home garden. This event is free with house or grounds admission.
Info: Visit newportrestoration.org.

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Jun
30
10:00 AM10:00

The Providence Flea

  • 345 South Water Street Providence, RI, 02903 United States (map)
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About: The Providence Flea, a juried vintage and artisan/maker market, has hosted more than 500 hundred local vintage vendors, artists, artisans, makers, and community nonprofits since 2013. Shoppers can browse unique handcrafted and vintage items, and enjoy food trucks and live music along the Providence River. The Flea is held every Sunday throughout the summer, rain or shine.
Info: Visit providenceflea.com.

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Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

Shell Air-Pollution Permit Hearing

  • Community College of Rhode Island Liston Campus Auditorium (map)
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About: The public hearing will address the re-approval of an air-pollution permit for Shell Oil Products U.S., the corporation’s storage and shipping terminal on Allens Avenue in Providence. The deadline for submitting written comments regarding Shell’s air-pollution application has been extended to July 19. Comments can be sent via e-mail to david.delsesto@dem.ri.gov.
Info: Click here.

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Jul
10
7:00 PM19:00

Glacial Geology of Southern New England

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Kettle Pond Visitor Center (map)
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About: Bryan Oakley, professor of earth science at Eastern Connecticut State University, will talk about why the landscape in South County is shaped the way it is. He also will discuss various aspects of the most recent glaciation, including timing, landforms, and deposits, with a focus on Rhode Island and adjacent areas of southern New England. Free and open to the public.
Info: Click here.

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Jul
17
7:00 PM19:00

Birding Adventures in Southern Peru

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Kettle Pond Visitor Center (map)
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About: Wayne Munns and Carlos Pedro, international birders who stay away from organized group birding tours in favor of flexibility and customization, will present a photo-rich travelogue of their 19-day self-guided trip to several areas in Peru. Hear about their encounters with about 430 species of birds, including 43 species of hummingbirds and 75 species in the tanager family. Free and open to the public.
Info: Click here.

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Jul
20
11:00 AM11:00

The Nature Connection

About: The Marion Institute welcomes herbalist and author Brendan Kelly for a learning experience featuring two workshops. The first workshop focuses on the connection between global warming and cancer rates in the United States. The second workshop, an interactive walk-and-talk, addresses the importance of reconnecting to the natural world for healing and sustenance. The cost to attend is $15 per person.
Info: For tickets, click here.

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Jul
24
7:00 PM19:00

Restoring Spadefoot Toads in Rhode Island

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Kettle Pond Visitor Center (map)
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About: Suzanne Paton, a U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service biologist, will talk about spadefoot toads, and the eastern spadefoot is one of Rhode Island’s most endangered species. Suzanne will describe a new project that is trying to restore Rhode Island’s last surviving population. Free and open to the public.
Info: Click here.

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Jul
31
7:00 PM19:00

Black Bears of Maine

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Kettle Pond Visitor Center (map)
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About: Gerry Krausse, a retired URI professor and skilled videographer, will talk about New England’s largest carnivore. Bears have been showing up more often in Rhode Island recently, but they are still much rarer here than in more northern parts of New England. Free and open to the public.
Info: Click here.

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Aug
3
9:00 AM09:00

Art on the River

About: Narrow River Preservation Association (NRPA) welcomes artists of all ages and skill levels to create art along Narrow River. Local artists will give instruction in drawing and painting. Bring your own easel and sketch pad, or use supplies provided by NRPA. Photographers also welcome. Guided activities include seaweed art and fish prints. Bring a T-shirt if you’d like to make a fish print on it. This event is free and open to the public.
Info: Visit narrowriver.org.

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Aug
7
7:00 PM19:00

The Spell of Yellowstone

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Kettle Pond Visitor Center (map)
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About: Laura Landen, a retired Providence College philosophy professor and talented nature photographer, will talk about her many trips to Yellowstone many times, in all seasons, between her first time in August 1946 and her most recent in July 2007. Yellowstone’s unique status as the world’s first national park and her personal travel experiences there have inspired her teaching of environmental philosophy and other environmental courses. Free and open to the public.
Info: Click here.

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Aug
12
6:00 PM18:00

How Vulnerable Are We? Sea-Level Rise and Storm Surge in Westerly

About: Lanphear LIVE! is The Watch Hill Conservancy’s flagship summer lecture series. Presentations are free and open to the public. Bryan Oakley, form Eastern Connecticut State University, and Teresa Crean, from Rhode Island Sea Grant, will talk about sea-level rise and storm surge.

Info: Click here.

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Aug
14
7:00 PM19:00

Ants of Rhode Island

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Kettle Pond Visitor Center (map)
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About: David Gregg, executive director of the Rhode Island Natural History Survey, will talk about ants. How many of us can tell one species from another, or have any idea of how many species we might have in the state? David is currently working with professors from Providence College and Harvard University to create a comprehensive list of Rhode Island’s ants. Free and open to the public.
Info: Click here.

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Aug
21
7:00 PM19:00

Propagating Native Plants From Seed

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Kettle Pond Visitor Center (map)
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About: Hope Leeson, Rhode Island Natural History Survey botanist, has been overseeing the Rhody Native program since its beginnings in 2010. To fulfill the mission of making available locally adapted specimens of native plant species for gardens, landscaping, and habitat restoration, staff and volunteers collect and propagate seed from within the state. Hope will talk about the process from seed collection to the final plants ready for sale or transplanting. Free and open to the public.
Info: Click here.

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Aug
26
6:00 PM18:00

Narragansett to Napatree: Archaeological Sites Revealed by Superstorm Sandy

About: Lanphear LIVE! is The Watch Hill Conservancy’s flagship summer lecture series. Presentations are free and open to the public. Timothy Ives, from the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission, will talk about the archaeological sites revealed by Superstorm Sandy.

Info: Click here.

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Sep
7
9:00 AM09:00

Bagels and Bugs: Garrison House Acres Guided Walk

About: Join members of the Narrow River Land Trust for an all-ages guided walk starting at Middlebridge and crossing to the Garrison House Acres Preserve. David Gregg of the Rhode Island Natural History Survey will lead this walk as we look for insects that inhabit the shoreline and fields of the preserve. Attendees will learn what moths and other insects can tell us about the environment and any changing trends. Please wear sturdy shoes and bring binoculars, a hand lens, and insect protection. Bagels will be provided. This event is free and open to the public.
Info: Visit narrowriverlandtrust.org or e-mail office@narrowriverlandtrust.org.

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Sep
14
9:00 AM09:00

What Lives in the River

About: All ages are invited to join Narrow River Preservation Association for this hands-on exploration of fish, shellfish, crabs, and other inhabitants of Narrow River. We will use nets to catch river creatures and examine them in touch tanks and under microscopes. Experts and guide books will be on hand. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. This event is free and open to the public.
Info: To learn more, or to register, visit narrowriver.org.

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Sep
14
10:00 AM10:00

Narragansett Salt Marsh Walk

About: Take a salt marsh walk with Narrow River Land Trust. Expert guides will lead a walk along the salt marsh and intertidal zone. All are welcome to walk and learn about salt marshes and the animals that thrive in this critical ecosystem. This event is free and open to the public. Attendees should wear shoes that can get wet.
Info: Visit narrowriver.org.

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Jun
16
10:00 AM10:00

The Providence Flea

  • 345 South Water Street Providence, RI, 02903 United States (map)
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About: The Providence Flea, a juried vintage and artisan/maker market, has hosted more than 500 hundred local vintage vendors, artists, artisans, makers, and community nonprofits since 2013. Shoppers can browse unique handcrafted and vintage items, and enjoy food trucks and live music along the Providence River. The Flea is held every Sunday throughout the summer, rain or shine.
Info: Visit providenceflea.com.

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Jun
15
7:30 PM19:30

Father's Day Moonlit Paddle

  • Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Association (map)
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About: Join Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Association's (WPWA) Wild and Scenic Rivers coordinator, Kassi Archambault, and her father, Ron, for a full-moon paddle trip. The paddle will start at the WPWA campus on a wide section of river that is great for beginners. We will begin our paddle before sundown, and will paddle back at dusk, to see the moon rise over the trees.
Info: Click here.

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Jun
15
9:00 AM09:00

What Lives in the River

About: All ages are invited to join Narrow River Preservation Association for this hands-on exploration of fish, shellfish, crabs and other inhabitants of Narrow River. We will use nets large and small to catch river creatures and examine them in touch tanks and under microscopes. Experts and guide books will be on hand. Choose morning session (9 a.m.-11a.m.) or afternoon (11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.). There will be a picnic lunch at 11 a.m. You may bring your own lunch or make a suggested donation of $6 per person for lunch. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. This event is free and open to the public.
Info: To learn more, or to register, visit narrowriver.org.

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Jun
13
6:00 PM18:00

What Animals Can Teach Us About Rediscovering Our Nutritional Wisdom

About: Join the Marion Institute for a paradigm-shifting reflection on feeding body and spirit in a world of change with animal behaviorist and author Fred Provenza. The evening will begin with a reception at 6 p.m. featuring light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments. The main presentation will begin at 7 p.m. with time at the end for Q&A. Advance tickets are $15 per person. Door tickets are $20 per person.
Info: For tickets, click here.

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Jun
10
6:00 PM18:00

An Energy Conversation on Aquidneck Island

About: Discuss energy options and decisions on Aquidneck Island, including Green Municipal Aggregation. Green Municipal Aggregation (GMA), also known as community choice electricity, is a model to add more renewable energy to residents' electricity at a competitive price. Learn how you can help your community move forward with this model. This forum will also explore other clean energy and environmental initiatives on Aquidneck Island with Newport’s Energy & Environment Commission and the Aquidneck Island Planning Commission. E-mail Adrianna@greenenergyconsumers.org to register.
Info: Click here.

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Jun
9
12:00 PM12:00

Organic Strawberry Production

About: Learn about successful strategies in organic strawberry production at Brandon Family Farm. Strawberries are proven to be a profitable and beneficial crop on small-acreage Rhode Island farms because they fit well into vegetable rotations. Farm owner Alby Brandon will discuss commercial organic production, including planting strategies, fertility, pest management, day neutrals (full season strawberries), and rotation. This event is free and perfect for new and experienced growers as well as families.
Info: To RSVP, click here.

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Jun
9
12:00 PM12:00

Second Sundays at Prescott Farm

About: Each month Newport Restoration Foundation joins with a nonprofit partner to highlight the history and horticulture of Prescott Farm. Explore the nature trails with our guest guides, chat with a University of Rhode Island Master Gardener, or climb inside the historic windmill. Second Sunday themes, guests, and activities change monthly.
Info: Visit newportrestoration.org.

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Jun
9
11:00 AM11:00

R.I. Beekeepers Association Field Day

About: This fifth annual Rhode Island Beekeepers Association event will feature hands-on demonstrations and classes that promote education about bees and best practices of beekeeping for new and established beekeepers. All attendees will be able to network and affiliate with allied groups and individuals to advance the goals of healthier bees and develop better beekeeping practices.
Info: Click here.

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Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

The Providence Flea

  • 345 South Water Street Providence, RI, 02903 United States (map)
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About: The Providence Flea, a juried vintage and artisan/maker market, has hosted more than 500 hundred local vintage vendors, artists, artisans, makers, and community nonprofits since 2013. Shoppers can browse unique handcrafted and vintage items, and enjoy food trucks and live music along the Providence River. The Flea is held every Sunday throughout the summer, rain or shine.
Info: Visit providenceflea.com.

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Jun
8
9:00 AM09:00

Rhode Island Wild Plant Society Best Native Plant Sale

  • University of Rhode Island's East Farm (map)
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About: The Rhode Island Wild Plant Society's (RIWPS) Best Native Plant Sale will feature 4,000 plants, including perennials, ferns, shrubs, and trees. RIWPS members may arrive at 8 a.m. to shop early. Volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and help you find the best native plants for your garden. Admission is free.
Info: Visit riwps.org.

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Jun
6
6:00 PM18:00

Clean Ocean Access World Ocean's Day Fundraiser

About: Clean Ocean Access (COA) will host its 3rd annual World Oceans Day Fundraiser. World Oceans Day is an annual observation to honor, protect, and conserve the world's oceans. This fundraiser celebrates COA’s efforts to promote environmental stewardship in Rhode Island and local initiatives that support a global movement to protect the health of our oceans. Guests will enjoy live music, dinner, drinks, a silent auction, and the presentation the “Clean Ocean Access Mission 2.Ocean Award” to an outstanding COA volunteer. Tickets are $60 per person. For information about event sponsorship email info@cleanoceanaccess.org. Those interested in volunteering at the fundraiser should visit cleanoceanaccess.org. Before the event, there will be a cleanup at Easton’s Beach from 4-5:30 p.m.
Info: For tickets, click here.

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Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

“The Promise of Restoration”

About: The South Kingstown Land Trust and the Narrow River Land Trust are hosting Marion Stoddart, a citizen leader committed to a lifetime of grassroots organizing and coalition building for positive social and environmental change. In the early 1960s, Stoddart was a Massachusetts housewife and mother of three who decided to take on the impossible: cleaning up the Nashua River, which ran through her town and was then one of the most polluted rivers in America. Today, thanks to the efforts of Marion and the Nashua River Watershed Association — the nonprofit she founded — the river is clean and restored. The program will include a showing of the 2010 documentary “Marion Stoddart: The Work of 1000” followed by a question-and-answer session with Stoddart. Potluck begins at 6 p.m., with the film and Q&A at 7. Free and open to the public. To register, click here.

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Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

Johnston Historical Clean Walk and Talk

About: Join Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC) for a walk back in time along the Woonasquatucket River Greenway. Tourgoers will visit the historic Clemence-Irons House, and they will learn about the history of Johnston and the Woonasquatucket River from WRWC volunteer and Johnston Historical Society member, Joe Jamroz. There will also be an opportunity to lend a hand to WRWC River Rangers picking up litter along the tour route. E-mail Nicole at nvance@wrwc.org with any questions.
Info: Visit wrwc.org.

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Jun
5
9:30 AM09:30

Business Community Forum

About: Leaders who embrace environmentally sustainable businesses and value corporate social responsibility can expand their market and foster the “triple bottom line” of people, planet, and profit. Join the Rhode Island Environmental Education Association (RIEEA) and Sprout CoWorking to discuss the advancement of environmental literacy and education efforts in Rhode Island and how those efforts support your work. Attendee feedback will help refine the education community's understanding of the issues, generate solutions, forge new community relationships, and strengthen existing partnerships. This event is free and open to the public.
Info: Visit rieea.org.

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Jun
2
10:00 AM10:00

The Providence Flea

  • 345 South Water Street Providence, RI, 02903 United States (map)
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About: The Providence Flea, a juried vintage and artisan/maker market, has hosted more than 500 hundred local vintage vendors, artists, artisans, makers, and community nonprofits since 2013. Shoppers can browse unique handcrafted and vintage items, and enjoy food trucks and live music along the Providence River. The Flea is held every Sunday throughout the summer, rain or shine.
Info: Visit providenceflea.com.

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Jun
1
9:00 AM09:00

7th Annual Paul McElroy Bird Walk

  • 50 Aleppo Street Providence, RI, 02909 United States (map)
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About: This memorial walk is held annually to honor the late Paul McElroy, who enjoyed nature walks as a child. As an adult, Paul was an avid supporter of the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council and Audubon Society of RI. Bird experts Lauren Parmelee from Audubon Society of RI and Jay Manning from the Norman Bird Sanctuary will be on hand during this walk. Preregistration is preferred but not required. There is a suggested donation of $10 per person or $20 per family.
Info: Call 401-861-9046 or email alehrer@wrwc.org.

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May
29
5:00 PM17:00

AFTER5 Beach Cleanup

About: Join Clean Ocean Access (COA) this and every Wednesday throughout the summer for the AFTER5 cleanup, a beach cleanup from 5-6 p.m. at Surfer’s End on Sachuest Beach. This program evolved from a community desire to continue cleanup efforts all year. COA selected this location to bring awareness to what is being left behind at the beach.
Info: Visit cleanoceanaccess.org.

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May
28
6:30 PM18:30

Green Tips for Blue Boating

  • In-Command Seamanship Training Center (map)
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About: Join Capt. Breezy Grenier to learn about the top 10 trash items littering our oceans and beaches, and find out how you can pack green for a great day out on the water. Develop your own eco-friendly list to reduce your plastics footprint and help protect our oceans and waterways. This event is free with a suggested $10 donation to support Grenier’s participation in eXXpedition Round the World.
Info: Click here.

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May
26
10:00 AM10:00

The Providence Flea

  • 345 South Water Street Providence, RI, 02903 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

About: The Providence Flea, a juried vintage and artisan/maker market, has hosted more than 500 hundred local vintage vendors, artists, artisans, makers, and community nonprofits since 2013. Shoppers can browse unique handcrafted and vintage items, and enjoy food trucks and live music along the Providence River. The Flea is held every Sunday throughout the summer, rain or shine.
Info: Visit providenceflea.com.

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May
25
11:00 AM11:00

Ask a Gardener

About: Tour the grounds at Rough Point in the company of experts. Once a month Rough Point’s estate gardeners share their expertise on a range of topics from plant identification to organic garden care. Get insider tips about how staff keep the grounds looking lush and how to incorporate those practices in your own home garden. This event is free with house or grounds admission.
Info: Visit newportrestoration.org.

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May
25
9:00 AM09:00

CityWorks and Living Edge Volunteer Days

About: Want to help create an urban forest along the Providence Riverwalk? Come plant trees with DownCity Design on May 18, 19, and 25, when it will be installing “Living Edge,” a tranquil gathering space designed by Adam E. Anderson of Design Under Sky that reintroduces native species to the riverfront. Volunteers will help with planting, digging, and watering to create this installation. To register for a volunteer shift, click here.

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May
20
5:30 PM17:30

Green Energy Consumers Alliance Spring Meeting

About: Join Green Energy Consumers Alliance for an evening of networking and a celebration of tangible progress on climate action. The meeting will focus on Rhode Island's energy and climate progress toward a low-carbon future. Attendees will be able to view Rhode Island Public Transit Authority's new electric bus and will hear from keynote speaker, Providence mayor Jorge Elorza about the city’s Climate Just Action Plan. Other guest speakers include Office of Energy Resources commissioner Carol Grant, and Rhode Island Department of Transportation chief in sustainability and innovation Julia Gold. This event is open to the public, and tickets are $10.
Info: To purchase tickets, click here.

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May
19
1:00 PM13:00

Explorer River Tours

About: A 40-passenger tour boat will bring you on a 50-minute river tour in the Blackstone River Valley. Guides will share the history and ecology of the region. Public tours depart Sundays from Festival Pier in Pawtucket through June 30, 2019. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for children under the age of 12 and seniors over the age of 62.
Info: Visit rivertourblackstone.com.

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May
19
10:00 AM10:00

The Providence Flea

  • 345 South Water Street Providence, RI, 02903 United States (map)
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About: The Providence Flea, a juried vintage and artisan/maker market, has hosted more than 500 hundred local vintage vendors, artists, artisans, makers, and community nonprofits since 2013. Shoppers can browse unique handcrafted and vintage items, and enjoy food trucks and live music along the Providence River. The Flea is held every Sunday throughout the summer, rain or shine.
Info: Visit providenceflea.com.

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