Established in 2018, the Barrington Farm School is a 3-acre, 501(c)(3) non-profit farm in Barrington whose mission is to grow food, inspire learning, build community, and foster connection to the land, with the support of dedicated volunteers. Our vision for the farm is to be a thriving, inclusive community farm committed to restoring soil health, offering environmental education, promoting equitable food justice, and instilling an appreciation for the natural habitat and bounty
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"Thrive Outside is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping our youth THRIVE through outdoor learning and nature play. We do this by designing and implementing outdoor learning environments, teacher practices, curriculum enhancements, nature play spaces, and programs in schools and organizations that work with young people."
From the website, August 22, 2019
This is a program of the RI DEM Division of Fish and Wildlife.
"The South Kingstown Land Trust, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, was founded as a private trust in 1983, and later incorporated as a private nonprofit corporation in 1999, with the mission of conserving the natural resources of the Town of South Kingstown through preservation and stewardship of open space."
- From the website, July 11, 2018
"Rhode Island Zoological Society (RIZS) is the non-profit organization that supports and maintains Roger Williams Park Zoo. RIZS works to secure the public and private sector support needed by the Zoo to continue to develop new world-class exhibits, make significant contributions to conservation, and serve the community as a valuable source of environmental education, recreation, and economic development."
- From the website, July 8, 2018
This began as "Netwalk RI" but is now known as Story Walkiing.
"SPC conducts ongoing water-quality surveys, public outreach programs and works to focus legislative and regulatory attention on protecting these valuable resources. We spearhead land preservation and habitat restoration projects and partner with other groups to achieve results. SPC also conducts educational events and seminars for all who are interested in the salt pond environment. SPC-guided kayak tours are popular outings and feature guest experts who point out and discuss areas of interest and concern.