R.I.’s Only Wildlife Clinic Needs Veterinarian to Keep Operating

The Wildlife Clinic of Rhode Island has provided medical assistance for free to injured or sick wildlife since 1993. But in January the clinic’s full-time, volunteer veterinarian of 30 years retired.

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Transforming Lawn into Meadow Benefits Everyone: ‘Your Garden Comes to Life’

Garden designer Owen Wormser describes lawns as “something of a national obsession.” In his 2020 book, “Lawns into Meadows,” he writes about the proliferation of lawns in America and the […]

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Deadly Wrong Turn on Gilbert Stuart Brook Closed to River Herring

NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. — The Nature Conservancy and the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management recently built a small wood and fiberglass structure at a fork in the Gilbert Stuart Brook, closing off a costly detour for migrating river herring.

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