How to Join
All about Dams
Studies and Management Plan Reports
and Pond - State Agency Contacts
Tips for Improved Lakeshore Stewardship from US EPA
Save The Lakes tries to provide educational workshops
and opportunities for lake association members to get together regularly
to exchange information and ideas to benefit our lakes.
- URI Watershed Watch New Volunteer Training
- Each year more than 350 citizen scientists help monitor hundreds of sites on Rhode Island's lakes, ponds, rivers, streams, salt ponds, bay and ocean waters. The data gathered by these dedicated volunteers help to establish baselines, tell us when things are changing and allow us to focus efforts on protecting our most pristine waters and restoring those that perhaps are quite so pristine. New volunteer training begins March 23rd, click here to learn more about how you can get involved.
- RI Freshwater Forum
- April 9, 2014
- 7 - 9 pm
- Room South 218, New England Institute of Technology, 1 New England Tech Blvd,
East Greenwich, RI 02818
- Director Janet Coit, RI Department of Environmental Management, will discuss strategic priorites and current lake management issues in RI, followed by a question and answer period.
This is a great opportunity to learn more about what the state is doing to protect and restore our lakes and rivers, as well as what each of us can do in our own backyards!
- Local lake associations and other organizations are invited to bring exhibits and materials to share. This is a great opportunity to network with community “experts.
Hosted by Save The Lakes (STL), light refreshments will be served. The forum and plenty of free parking are free!
here for a printable flyer to share with your neighbors and friends).
Inland Fishes of RI, publication of the Division of Fish and Wildlife (RIDEM)