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This is an informal group of volunteers, organized by a Lincoln, RI, resident.
"We are a Lincoln-based all-volunteer community group who organize local litter clean-up initiatives for the maintenance and beautification of our local ponds and neighborhoods."
From the Facebook page, May 3, 2021
This program attacks the human health threat of PFASs and seeks to redefine dose exposure benchmarks, develop new detection techniques, and find long-term solutions for contaminated sites. It is a partnership of the University of Rhode Island, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Department of Environmental Health, and Silent Spring Institute. Funded under grant P42ES027706 from NIH/NIEHS Superfund Research Program.
From the website, November 30, 2018.
"...11th Hour Racing works with the sailing community and maritime industries to advance solutions and practices that protect and restore the health of our ocean...."
From the website, November 28, 2018.
"Founded in 2017, What Cheer Flower Farm sits on 2.7 acres of former factory land in the Olneyville neighborhood of Providence, RI. We are a 501c3 nonprofit with two full-time farmers on staff who, with support from volunteers, grow flowers on our land organically.
"We don’t sell flowers – we give flowers away to the people who will benefit from them the most via partnerships with hospitals, food banks and other nonprofits in RI." read more....
"BIMI’s mission is to provide and foster educational programs and maritime activities including marine science and maritime heritage for residents and visitors on Block Island."
From the website September 11, 2019
Excellent environmental literacy source for parents and children.
"Established in 2009, the Northeast Ocean Data Portal provides free, user-friendly access to expert-reviewed interactive maps and data on the ocean ecosystem, economy, and culture of the northeastern United States."
From the website April 11, 2021
This is an important data source rather than an organization as such. It is maintained by the Northeast Regional Ocean Council.
This group is based in Killingly, CT, which already has two fossil fuel plants. A third fossil fuel plant has been proposed in 2016.