Monitoring water quality never stops

Thank you to the 15 committed volunteers who collected 12 water samples and execute the entire water quality monitoring program each week, alongside our 1 staff person and 1 intern. The Department of Health will resume water quality monitoring on Memorial Day in 2019, but we will continue to monitor to protect public health and inform the scientific community, every week, all year long. “What gets measured, gets managed” and we have lots of impactful projects happening to achieve our long-term goal of permanent year-round clean water.

Ebb & Flow with Photographer Jonathan Clancy

Celebrate the start to September and join us on Saturday, September 1st from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for the Opening Reception of Ebb & Flow with Photographer Jonathan Clancy at Glass Station Gallery located at 446 Main Street in Wakefield,  Rhode Island with a photo raffle to benefit Clean Ocean Access.

We hope to see you there!

Great job team Amica!

Every volunteer makes a huge positive impact and we are thrilled to have had Amica leading by example. We had 2 goals for this summer (cleaning all rights of way, and providing more access to Melville Park). Now we look forward to keeping it going, for months and years to come. Thank you Amica!

Video right here!

LONG_video_Clean Ocean Access.mp4

Last month over 50 of our employees volunteered with Clean Ocean Access to clean up beaches and a local park in Rhode Island. As a result of their efforts over 2,000 pounds of debris was collected!

Posted by Amica Mutual Insurance Co. on Friday, August 24, 2018