We are hosting an innovative coastal cleanup on Tuesday, November 4th at 2nd Beach at 10AM with a group of local kids. We are looking for a few people to help out. If you can help from 10AM to 1130AM, please get in touch with us at email@example.com Thank you! And be sure to vote on Tuesday too…
To influence change requires regular data collection, identification of issues and action to fix them. For the data collection side of things we are happy to have such a great team of volunteers making all of this happen. Time, Talent and Treasure are required to keep Clean Ocean Access running into the future and it is our goal to make sure our mission lasts forever. Stay tuned for our next email blast later this week, if you are not on our email list please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org THANK YOU!
Here are a few ideas we put together for you to think about when it comes to protecting water on Aquidneck Island. Whether is storm water or waste water, we can all do something to help and if EVERYONE does something we will achieve great things. If you would like to help spin this into an info graphic, let us know. Your help is welcome. Thank you!
Thank you to all the folks who came out last night to Water, Water, Everywhere a panel discussion on issues, challenges and solutions relating to water resources on Aquidneck Island. Thank you to Aquidneck Land Trust for making the event happen, Salve for hosting it and the key speakers on the panel: Chuck www.ailt.org, Julia www.cityofnewport.com/departments/utilities, Art http://cels.uri.edu/, Dave www.cleanoceanaccess.org, Joe www.ripr.org, Elizabeth http://www.dem.ri.gov/programs/benviron/water/quality/index.htm, Jonathanwww.savebay.org We live in a historic place and we need to make some historic changes to protect our most natural resource. It all starts with each one of us doing simple things, stay tuned for more information and come to a COA event and keep the conversation going!