May 9, 2021
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The weather was warm with a slight breeze. People, who had waited more than a year to resume normal activities, were anxious to begin again. Combined with a worthy cause, they made perfect conditions … more
Imagine yourself sitting in a very stunning colorful garden with a variety of trees and flowers, the sun shining down, a cool breeze grazing your face, and the sound of birds happily chirping away. … more
Glocester – On May 8th, the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC) invites you to explore Sprague Farm, a beautiful trail in northern RI. This Saturday hike is part of the 2021 … more
There’s a fairly new villain in our area, and it’s coming after your trees and bushes. Bagworms’ favorite victims are junipers, arborvitaes, cedars and spruces, but they will happily destroy … more
We would like to thank all of the hardworking volunteers that came out to help with the annual Spring cleanup. We had over 100 volunteers and together we collected approximately 165 bags of trash off … more
"April 10 saw the official opening of the Hunt's Mills Community Gardens. With Laura McNamara, Executive Director of the East Providence Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Bob DaSilva in attendance to … more
Scouts from BSA Troop 303 in Swansea cleaned up Reed Road in Swansea on Sunday, April 18th. more
East Providence, R.I. (April 22, 2021): The East Providence/Seekonk Rotary Club announces “Operation Pollination,” a new environmental-related project to help save butterflies and other … more
Calling all artists in grades K-12! Do you enjoy exploring the shoreline with friends and family? Or maybe you like to spend time fishing, kayaking or swimming? If so, your favorite place on … more
Admission to the Audubon Society of Rhode Island’s Nature Center and Aquarium will be free on the first Saturday of every month, courtesy of a contribution from Citizens Bank. Families can explore environmental exhibits representing Rhode … more
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