When You’re Done Boating, Please Bring Your Crafts Home, They’re Crowding Public Access

Fisheries laws, like most rules governing our movements and actions, are often reactions to excess or poor judgment. When we take 15 bluefish, knowing one or two are enough to […]

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Johnston Must Update Guidance for Solar Development

Johnston would be wise to analyze and compare the approaches taken, particularly in Glocester, to inform the new comprehensive plan and associated ordinances.

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Seeking to Control Ever-Changing Environment, Shoreline Access Bill Requires Close Attention

Rhode Island is the Ocean State and its people have always passionately protected their access to the coast. From the Narragansett Indian Tribe’s deeply spiritual relationship with Grandfather Ocean, to the state Constitution, the sea and the shore are integral to our state’s identity.

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