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Years-long waits for relief are just one of the problems facing federal buyout programs.
By Cynthia Drummond | The Westerly Sun NARRAGANSETT — It will come as no surprise to local anglers that different fish species are now found in...
New study by the Rhode Island Sea Grant Legal Program looks at the legal liability of dam owners as the risk for dam failure grows, increasing the risk of damages to life and property.
Sea Grant-funded researchers highlight oysters as a potential protein alternative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions compared to land-based meat production.
Rhode Island Sea Grant Law Fellows look at the legal challenges to offshore wind projects by coastal property owners.
Coastal communities in the Ocean State will be faced with difficult choices in the not-so-distant future as the encroachment of the sea and more...
Barely the size of a marble, a small white and pink-spotted sea anemone sways gently in the same plastic bag you would bring a goldfish home in. “We...
A recent study by Sea Grant-funded researchers from Boston University supports the notion that oyster reef restoration and aquaculture efforts may...
Courtesy of the Westerly Sun By Dale P. Faulkner WESTERLY — More than 100 people gathered Monday at Lanphear Livery in Watch Hill to listen to two...
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How RI’s Shellfish Industry is Innovating During Coronavirus
Turning the wind’s kinetic energy into electrical power is gaining popularity, so much so that 2,000 offshore wind turbines could be erected off the East Coast in the next 10 years. Read more >>
The term “blue economy” has been popping up in headlines and economic outlines with increasing frequency during the past 10 years. Read more >>
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