Thank God It’s Friday: R.I. Land Trust Council’s First and Only Executive Director Headed to Retirement

Rupert Friday will retire from his leadership role with the Rhode Island Land Trust Council in early July, after nearly two decades of building coalitions to protect open space and serving as a mentor to the state’s 45 land trusts.

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Left Undeveloped for Eight Decades, Napatree Point Rolls with the Tides

WESTERLY, R.I. — Napatree Point was able to heal itself after taking a beating from Superstorm Sandy because humans have given it room to breathe. After the 1938 hurricane, one of the most financially destructive storms on record, developers looking to rebuild the summer cottages and construct other structures were rebuffed.

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Off-Road Vehicles Leave Marks on Protected Cranston Farm

CRANSTON, R.I. — A group of off-road vehicles recently tore a trail through Knight Farm off Burlingame Road.

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