Learn about saltwater, estuaries, salt marshes and the unique organisms that inhabit Rhode Island's coastal area.
Your group will enjoy creating a tide pool, seining the beach, and walking the salt marsh at RIDEM Division of Fish and Wildlife�s Coastal Fisheries Laboratory.
Sustained applause swept through the chamber when the vote was announced.
Though a group protesting the measure was standing in the State House lobby when the debate began, it was gone by the time the bill’s supporters began to shuffle excitedly out.
As aquaculture becomes more mainstream, the ARE program has developed new programming to introduce school, scout, and camp groups to the infinite possibilities aquaculture provides to Rhode Islanders.
But Weed has promised not to block the Senate Judicial Committee from voting on the bill, opening a possible path for the bill to reach the Senate floor — where the vote is expected to be close.Boating/Fishing/Hunting Freshwater Wetlands Septic (ISDS/OWTS) Systems Permits Septic (ISDS/OWTS) Licenses All Other Water Permits Underground Storage Tanks Aboveground Storage Tank Registration Stormwater Permitting Info Air Pollution Control Preconstruction Permits Air Pollution Control Operating Permits Permitted Waste Transporters Boat Registration Renewal Septic (OWTS) Permit Search After 1990 Septic (OWTS) Permit Search Before 1990 Wetlands Permit Search Multi-Sector General Permit Search Recreational Freshwater Fishing Licenses Recreational Saltwater Fishing Licenses Marine Fisheries License Renewals UST Registration Renewal Agriculture Product Permit Renewals Hazardous Waste Transporter Permit Renewals Medical Waste Generator Registration The ARE program offers various training programs to both adults and children.Bring your school, scout, or senior group to the ARE Pond at Carolina Trout Hatchery.“We’ve been working on this for a long time,” said Seth Magaziner ’06, a board member of Marriage Equality Rhode Island.“The job’s not done, but it’s a good day.” Magaziner said that the next step will be lobbying the Senate, as well as convincing Rhode Island citizens to contact their senators and express support for the measure.