Artists Cynthia Davis and Kingsley Parker wrap up projects as the 2014 recipients of the Visual Arts Sea Grant that supports art focused on marine landscapes and heritage.
The Ocean Summit on Marine Debris was hosted during the Volvo Ocean Race in Newport to raise awareness about a growing global environmental concern that impacts all communities from Rhode Island to Sweden and China.
Allen Hazard, a wampum maker and member of the Narragansett Tribe, carries on an age-old tradition of creating objects of beauty and symbolism with quahog shells.
Scup, an underutilized, but tasty, local fish, took the spotlight at the second annual Rhode Island Seafood Challenge at Johnson & Wales University.
Newport, North Kingstown, and Warwick will serve as as new pilot projects to increase coastal resilience to climate change impacts, such as sea level rise, flooding, and increased storminess.
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