Media Center

Media Center

Save The Bay is proud of the media relationships we have nourished over the past 40 years. With more than four decades of improving water quality throughout the Narragansett Bay watershed region, we are recognized as one of the leading authorities on environmental issues that face our region.

As a grassroots and volunteer-driven organization, we are proud of our innovative public education and other outreach programs. As a science-driven organization, we prize objectivity and a clear-eyed view of the regional environmental landscape.

We cherish these same values in our relationship with the working press. We want to work closely with you to tell important stories about the state of our Bay and its watershed. All visitors to this site have a vested interest in the ongoing health of our Bay and its watershed. We're happy to assist reporters, editors, bloggers, and citizen journalists find compelling stories and photographs, as well as policy briefs and data.

What you'll find in the Media Center:

In the news

 

2017 FlightNetwork The 42 Absolute Best Eco-Adventures in the United States This Year
December 3, 2017 Vogue Magazine Newport With a Newborn: Why the seaside city is a perfect baby-friendly getaway
November 26, 2017 Narragansett Times Fed board votes to allow increased catches for important fish species
November 16, 2017 South County Life Magazine Sights at sea
November 15, 2017 Westerly Sun Discussion on climate change challenges
November 14, 2017 Westerly Sun Interests clash over menhaden proposal
November 10, 2017 ecoRI Menhaden: The most important fish at the moment
November 9, 2017 NK Standard Times Enviro groups, fishermen, advocate for menhaden management
November 7, 2017 RI-NPR RI Enivronmental Caolition pushes changes in menhaden protections
October 21, 2017 ecoRI R.I.'s Environmental Big Three United Against Power Plant
October 18, 2017 Westerly Sun Concern over volume taken from menhaden stocks leads to call for change in catch limits
October 10, 2017 Westerly Sun Save The Bay to begin Westerly nature cruises on Pawcatuck River
October 10, 2017 Cranston Herald New mascot in town at Rhodes
October 10, 2017 Providence Journal Save The Bay joins foes opposed to power plant
October 6, 2017 Newport Daily News Beach work paying dividends in Middletown
October 5, 2017 Narragansett Times Local girl scouts take the lead in fighting ocean pollution
October 4, 2017 My Backyard: Local news from Wrentham to Rumford Action Alert-Save Atlantic Menhaden
September 28, 2017 Newport This Week Gulf Stream Orphans Make Their Way to the Bay
September 20, 2017 Warwick Beacon Coastsal Cleanup underscores efforts to protect environment
September 18, 2017 Woonsocket Call Save the Bay volunteers lead clean-up efforts
September 16, 2017 GoLocalProv Save The Bay holds Rhode Island's Coastal Cleanup
September 14, 2017 Warwick Beacon Warwick beaches targeted for coastal cleanup Saturday
September 12, 2017 Valley Breeze International Coastal Cleanup includes Festival Pier
September 12, 2017 North Kingstown Patch 4 Bridges Ride set for Sunday
September 7, 2017 WPRI News Channel 12 New Waterfront walking path unveiled at ProvPort
September 1, 2017 My Backyard: Local News from Wreentham to Rumford The Exploration Center and Aquarium is full of Captivating Crustaceans this September
September 1, 2017 The Coventry Courier Husband and wife duo start unique apparel line
Spetember 1, 2017 The Westerly Sun Save the Bay's Rhode Island Coastal Cleanup is slated for Sept. 16
August 31, 2017 Johnston Sunrise Local children help beautify Cricket Field
July 21, 2017 East Bay Newspapers Osprey population soaring in Barrington
August 7, 2017 EastBayRI Barrington's marshes not keeping up with sea level rise
July 25, 2017 Warwick Beacon Leaders needed for International Coastal Cleanup
August 17, 2017 Warwick Beacon International Coastal Cleanup set Sept 16
August 31, 2017 Warwick Beacon Carry-out trash from our beaches
August 17, 2017 Johnston Sunrise Responsible boat maintenance also means caring for the environment
August 17, 2017 Newport This Week What those "tropical travelers" tell us about the future
August 17, 2017 Cranston Herald International Coastal Cleanup set Sept 16
August 16, 2017 Newport Daily News Turtle at Save The Bay aquarium gets a larger habitat
August 15, 2017 RI Futures Save the Bay's Jonathan Stone on National Grid, LNG, and enivronmental activism
August 9, 2017 Cranston Herald From Argentina to Edgewood
August 10, 2017 Boston.com  100 Things to do in Rhode Island 
August 10, 2017 EcoRI Providence LNG Project Kicks Up Contaminated Dirt
August 3, 2017 Newport Buzz RIP David P. Leys, Jr.
August 3, 2017 Johnston Sunrise New Goddard Park boat rampe dedicated
August 3, 2017 Jamestown Press Waves keep swimmers ashore for Save The Bay's annual race
August 2, 2017 My Backyard: Local News from Wreentham to Rumford "Tropical Travelers" Newport
August 2, 2017 Providence Journal Fung won't veto anti-fishing ordinance at Cranston overlook
August 2, 2017 Cranston Herald Mayor set to review fishing ordinance after mix-up
July 31, 2017 My Backyard: Local News from Wreentham to Rumford NOW “BOWSER” CAN GET BIGGER
August 1, 2017 Westerly Sun Editorial: A deadline passes and still we have raw sewage flowing into our river
August 2, 2017 EcoRI Governor Replaces Environmental Advocates on CRMC
August 1, 2017 Providence Journal R.I. wants to take the lead in protecting menhaden
July 28, 2017 GoLocalProv Soprano's Santorelli, Author of "Sasha Savvy Loves to Code," Trinity Rep, and Save The Bay on LIVE
July 28, 2017 Providence Journal Save The Bay gets right-of-way on Saturday
July 28, 2017 WLNE - Channel 6 Save The Bay swim cancelled due to impending weather
July 28, 2017 WJAR News Channel 10 Save The Bay event cancelled, with organizers citing safety concerns
July 28, 2017 Providence Journal Threatening weather cancels Save The Bay Swim
July 29, 2017 WPRI News Channel 12  Wind, Waves force cancellation of Save The Bay Swim
July 29, 2017 New England Boating Save The Bay Swim cancelled due to weather
July 29, 2017 Pawtucket Times Save The Bay, U.S. Coast Guard call off Bay Swim for safety
July 29, 2017 Newport Daily News Save the Bay Swim is Canceled
July 29, 2017 US News and World Reports Save the Bay Swimming Event Cancelled Due to Weather
July 28, 2017 WJAR Channel 10 Save The Bay event cancelled with organizers citing safety concerns
July 27, 2017 Newport Daily News Government causing concern for Bay
July 27, 2017 Jamestown Press Appraisers told to be prepared for impact of sea level rise
July 27, 2017 Providence Journal Cranston votes to ban fishing on Ocean Ave
July 27, 2017 Jamestown Press Boat traffic limited during swim across East Passage
July 27, 2017 Jamestown Press Save The Bay seeks volunteers for September cleanup
July 27, 2017 Southern Rhode Island Newspapers An unexpected encounter during a swim across the bay
June 6, 2017 Providence Business News Save The Bay names 2017 environmental award honorees
July 26, 2017 Cranston Herald Reeling them in: Council Restricts Fishing at Ocean Avenue Outlook
July 24, 2017 ConvergenceRI Narragansett Bay: Warmer, cooler, challenged and threatened
July 17, 2017 East Bay Newspapers Letter: Environmental enforcement is not anti-business
July 20, 2017 Newport This Week Save The Bay Turtle Exhibit
July 23, 2017 Providence Journal ‘Great white shark’ myth is bigger than the fish
July 19, 2017 EcoRI Eelgrass on decline in Narragansett Bay, Coastal ponds
July 14, 2017 East Bay Newspapers Save The Bay: Take down Shad Factory dam
July 16, 2017 Southern Rhode Island Newspapers Fisherman looking out for one another during the heat of summer
July 15, 2017 Providence Journal Beneath the waves, R.I.’s underwater meadows are receding
July 12, 2017 Providence Journal Rhode Island offers many things to do for visiting governors
June 15, 2017 East Bay Newspapers BCWA eyes removal of Kickemuit Dam
June 6, 2017 East Bay Newspapers Letter: Will we need to re-save the bay?
March 20, 2017 East Bay Newspapers Fisherman's haul leads ot class project in Portsmouth
July 5, 2017 Warwick Beacon Volunteers net 300 pounds of beach trash
May 19, 2017 RhodyBeat Rhody's new steward for land and water
June 29, 2017 Jamestown Press Volunteers needed to lead cleanups along Bay this fall
July 3, 2017 South County Life Magazine Power Couple
July 7, 2017 Southern Rhode Island Newspapers Preservation could be threatened
July 7, 2017 Providence Journal My Turn: Don Anderson: Marine national monumnet is in danger
July 10, 2017 My Backyard: Local News from Wreentham to Rumford The 41st Save The Bay Swim in on July 29 - Get Involved!
June 23, 2017 EcoRI House Passes Budget Without Restoring Environmental Cuts
June 22, 2017 EcoRI Advocacy Groups Urge Public to Help Save Environmental Funding in Rhode Island Budget
June 20, 2017 US News EPA's Former New England Leader Takes Faculty Job at Brown
June 21, 2017 GoLocalProv Save the Bay Criticizes Raimondo and Mattiello for Budget Cuts to Environment
June 18, 2017 The Westerly Sun Little Narragansett Bay is still off-limits to shellfishing because of poor water quality
June 8, 2017 Warwick Beacon Birds of bay swoop into the Save The Bay Exploration Center & Aquarium
June 12, 2017 YouTube Mom's Save The Bay Video
June 8, 2017 SO Rhode Island Northen Lighthouse Tour with Save The Bay
June 10, 2017 Providence Journal Communities oppose bailing out Providence through water authority
June 9, 2017 My Backyard: Local News from Wreentham to Rumford Save The Bay's education program wins sustainability award
June 8, 2017 Warwick Beacon Save The Bay Cleanup Series Starts Today at Four Popular City Beaches
May 18, 2017 Warwick Beacon Bull
May 18, 2017 Warwick Beacon SA Greene
May 25, 2017 Warwick Beacon  Bulletin Board 
May 30, 2017 Wariwck Beacon With cleaner waters, restrictions eased on bay shellfishing
June 1, 2017 Warwick Beacon Revisting Oakland Beach
May 18, 2017 Cranston Herald  Bull 
June 1, 2017 Patriot Ledge via AP New England's last big coal-burning power plant switches off
May 31, 2017 WPRI News Channel 12 'Save The Bay' holds 'Taste of the Bay'
June 1, 2017 WPRI News Channel 12 RI leaders blast Trump's decision to withdraw from climate deal
May 31, 2017 Star Tribune via AP New England's last big coal-burning power plant switches off
May 30, 2017 EcoRI RI Builders On Their Way to Getting Faster Approvals
May 26, 2017 Car Pooling With Ben Car Pooling with Ben- Episode 43: Save the Bay
May 25, 2017 Newport This Week A Strong Sense of Place at vBCF
May 25, 2017 WPRI News Channel 12 A peek inside the Save the Bay
April 28, 2017 What's Up Newport Rhode Island Launches ‘Most Advanced
May 2, 2017 Providence Journal R.I. high court upholds owners’ right to restrict access to Misquamicut beach
May 22, 2017 Westerly Sun Vegetation and volunteers are helping to revive Charlestown salt marsh
May 19, 2017 GoLocalProv Record number of junior scientists convene to showcase year-long work in RI
May 17, 2017 WJAR - Channel 10 Flashback: Save The Bay opposes Quaonset port
May 17, 2017 WPRI News - Channel 12 Local Fishermen ask President Trump to deregulate commercial fishing industry
May 17, 2017 Westwood Wicked Local Westwood swimmer dedicates fundraising to mother's memory
May 12, 2017 Narragansett Times Narrow River Dredging Project enteres final phase
April 30, 2017 RI-NPR Narragansett Bay organization offers tips on how to reduce runoff pollution
May 7, 2017 The Cowl Student Documentary raises eyebrows, questions
May 3, 2017 Westerly Sun Supreme Court affirms lower court decision in Misquamicut Beach access case
May 1, 2017 EcoRI All In: Assessing Environmental Literacy in R.I.
May 8, 2017 EcoRI Climate-change efforts lacking in R.I., ending in D.C.
April 27, 2017 New England Boating  New Narrragansett Baykeeper Appointed
April 22, 2017 WPRI Providence Earth Day events get residents outdoors
April 21, 2017 Patch Earth Day: Looking for a Project?
April 26, 2017 Providence Journal Recycling campaign streams RI photos onto digital billboards across nation
April 25, 2017 Newport Mercury Save The Bay Names New Baykeeper
April 24, 2017 Newport Daily News Guide explains how you can help clean up the Bay
April 25, 2017 Providence Journal R.I. enviornmentalists present legislative priorities to lawmakers, governor
April 25, 2017 The Brown Daily Herald People's Climate Mobilization to take place Saturday at RI State House
April 25, 2017 What's up Newport Annual 4 Bridges Ride to Be Held on September 17th, Registration Now Open
April 20, 2017 Jamestown Press Green leaders take helm for Earth Day
April 17, 2017 Recent News Press Save the Bay names Jarbeau 'BayKeeper' - Rhode Island News
April 17, 2017 Westerly Sun Michael Jarbeau is named Save the Bay's new Narragansett Baykeeper
April 15, 2017 Westerly Sun Historic preservation conference expected to draw hundreds to Westerly, Charlestown
April 14, 2017 The Newport Daily News Pair of Newport men bound for Heritage Hall of Fame
April 13, 2017 What's Up Newport 9 Ways to Participate in Newport's 2017 Earth Day Celebration
April 12, 2017 EcoRI Marine Debris Growing Problem for Beaches, Wildlife
April 7, 2017 Providence Journal Fight Brain Drain at RI Summer Academic Camps
April 6, 2017 Jamestown Press Bill would finance coastal infrastructure
April 4, 2017 Wicked Local Mansfield Meet a Mansfield High School Student: Kyle Amerantes
March 31, 2017 GoLocalProv Sustainability in The Culinary Kitchen and Why Local Food Matter
March 30, 2017 What's Up Newport Representative Deborah Ruggiero Introduces Bill That Would Create Coastal Adaptation Fund to Protect Infrastructure
March 30, 2017 Newport This Week From Hunted to Put on a Pedestal
March 27, 2017 ConvergenceRI What is wrong with this picture?
March 25, 2017 Providence Journal RI Afterschool programs would be gutted by loos of federal funds
March 21, 2017 Newport Mercury Seals the deal for marine biologist
March 17, 2017 Block Island Times Off the block
March 16, 2017 Johnston Sunrise Registration open for 41st Save The Bay Swim
March 16, 2017 Jamestown Press Registration open for swim across Bay
March 15, 2017 EcoRI Ocean State's Deteriorating Salt Marshes Contributing to Concern about Shrinking Black Duck Populations
March 15, 2017 Best Thing in Rhode Island The 10 Best Nature Centers in Rhode Island
March 9, 2017 Jamestown Press Save The Bay seeking award nominations
March 9, 2017 Southern Rhode Island Newspapers Call for nominations for Save The Bay Awards Now Open
March 9, 2017 EcoRI Local Enviornmental Groups Unite Against Power Plant
March 6, 2017 Providence Business News Save The Bay accepting nominations for annual awards
March 5, 2017 Providence Journal R.I. bill would levy new fee on oil products arriving by ship
March 2, 2017 Fox 61 CT A new side of Newport: visit the harbor seals that spend winters in the City by the Sea
March 1, 2017 RhodeIsland.com This rock is a harbor seal hang out, Save The Bay will take you there
February 24, 2017 Newport Daily News Cruising for a good time
February 23, 2017 Jamestown Press Narragansett Bay seal population is healthy
February 17, 2017 Providence Journal Jonathan Stone: General Assembly Threatens RI's Environment
February 13, 2017 Convergence RI A Bay Runs Through It
February 12, 2017 EcoRI Ocean State seal level rise estimate now above nine feet
February 4, 2017 Westerly Sun Mom's the word for local mothers group
February 2, 2017 EcoRI RI environmental activists ponder being trumped
January 25, 2017 Westerly Sun Public help sought in Scenic River Designation 
January 25, 2017 Providence Journal Check it out: 5 winter walks on RI beaches
January 25, 2017 Providece Monthly 14 Ways to spend the last weekend in January
January 25, 2017 The Rhode Show

Take a cruise with Save The Bay

January 18, 2017 Portsmouth Press

Registration opens for Lighthouse Tours

January 16, 2017 South Coast Today

Curt Spalding, regional EPA leader under Obama says goodbye to job, but not to South Coast

January 15, 2017 Providence Journal

Two projects are under way in RI to raise salt marshes threatened...

January 8, 2017 Westerly Sun

Town hire firm to seek out source of sewage leak

January 1, 2017 Westerly Sun

Rhode Island tightens harvest regulations on horseshe crabs

November 17, 2016 Cranston Herald

Joint Project seeks stormwater management updgrades in Stillhouse Cove watershed

November 18, 2016 Providence Journal

'Drowning' Charlestown marsh getting left above rising sea

November 20, 2016 Providence Journal

Rising seas, risting stakes: R.I. researchers project future flooding

November 14, 2016 Channel 12

Save The Bay: Dangerous Dams pose risk to Narragansett Bay

November 6, 2016 Fall River Herald

Saving our salt marshes: Groups work to protect vital ecosystem

October 31, 2016 What's Up Newport

Save The Bay to launch Newport Seal Tours on Nov 11 out of Bowen's Wharf

October 31, 2016 Tiverton Patch

Save The Bay, DEM start work on Sapowet Marsh Wildlife Management Area

October 27, 2016 Jamestown Press

Save The Bay makes call for artists

October 17, 2016 RI Small Business Journal

Save The Bay Offers six special seal tours with Mystic Aquarium guest narrators

October 13, 2016 Newport This Week

Fogarty returns to the Bay

September 16, 2016 Providence Business News

Save The Bay warm water exhibit largest warm display in organization's history

August 25, 2016 Providence Monthly

Get to know RI's state marine mammal

August 22, 2016 What's Up Newport

Save The Bay needs volunteers for 2016 International Coastal Cleanup on September 17

August 15, 2016 Framingham Source

Framingham swimmer wins 40th annual Save The Bay Swim

August 11, 2016 Newport Daily News

40 years ago, Swim The Bay organizer loved that dirty water

August 6, 2016 EcoRI

New iPhone app helps researchers track RI jellyfish

August 2, 2016 Warwick Post

Friends of Salter Grove mark start of DEM's causeway project

August 1, 2016 Channel 6

Save The Bay applauding court order for RI Recycled Metals

July 30, 2016 EcoRI

Court takes stand against defiant waterfront polluter

July 29, 2016 Newport Patch

Save The Bay Exploration Center & Aquarium transforms into tropical oasis

July 28, 2016 Jamestown Press

Warwick woman completes Save The Bay Swim

July 28, 2016 EcoRI

Environmental Groups Question Proposed Power Plant

July 27, 2016 Providence Journal

RI environmental groups break silence on Burrillville power plant proposal

July 27, 2016 RI Future.org

Save The Bay wants Invenergy to prove consistency with Resilient RI

July 26, 2016 RI-NPR

State's Largest Environmental Groups Take Stand Against Burrillville Power Plant

July 26, 2016 Providence Business News

Save The Bay says premature for state to make decision on proposed power plant in Burrillville

July 25, 2016 Newport Patch

Narragansett Bay's East Passage Closed to Boats for Save The Bay Swim August 13

July 25, 2016 The Travelers Way

Save The Bay Seal Watch Cruise

July 25, 2016 WLNE - Channel 6

ProvPort agrees to not fill bay following Save The Bay concerns

July 22, 2016 Albany Times Union

Gilded age still in evidence in Newport

July 21, 2016 Vineyard Gazette

Quitsa Pond is laboratory for eelgrass restoration, but results are mixed

July 20, 2016 Westerly Sun

StoneRidge swimmers aid Save The Bay

July 19, 2016 WPRO-630

ProvPort operator, environmentalists reach accord: no filling

July 19, 2016 WPRI 12 Eyewitness News

ProvPort , Save The Bay come to Agreement Over Expansion

July 19, 2016 RI-NPR

ProvPort and Save The Bay Reach Agreement on Bond Issue

July 19, 2016 WPRI 12 Eyewitness News

ProvPort , Save The Bay come to Agreement Over Expansion

July 19, 2016 Providence Journal

ProvPort reaches deal with Save The Bay over environmental concerns

July 19, 2016 Providence Business News

ProvPort, Save The Bay reach agreement over port expansion

July 18, 2016 The Day

StoneRidge residents hold swimming relay for Save The Bay

July 18, 2016 ConvergenceRI

Will voters buy into a plan to reshape Narragansett Bay?

July 15, 2016 Providence Business News

Save The Bay adds virtual swim option

July 14, 2016 Providence Journal

It's official: Harbor seal is R.I.'s state mammal

July 14, 2016 RI-NPR

Scott MacKay Commentary: What environmental price for ProvPort, Burrillville Energy Plant jobs?

July 13, 2016 Westerly Sun

Group: Port expansion could lead to bay filling 

July 13, 2016 WLNE - Channel 6

Save The Bay Questions ProvPort Expansion

July 12, 2016 GoLocalProv.com

Save The Bay Blasts Proposed $20 Million ProvPort Expansion

July 12, 2016 Washington Times

Group: Providence port expansion could lead to bay filling

July 12, 2016 Providence Journal

Save The Bay attacks providence port exapnsion

July 12, 2016 Fredericksburg.com

Group: Providence port expansion could lead to bay filling

July 7, 2016 Westerly Sun

Harbor seal gains official R.I. recognition

July 1, 2016 Boston.com

Weekend road trip ideas for families near Boston

June 25, 2016 CapeCod.com

Talk on Future of 208 Water Quality Plan Wraps up Annual One-Cape Summit

June 22, 2016 Newport Patch

Easton's, Sprouting Rock Beach in Newport Closed to Swimming

June 21, 2016 What's Up Newport

Wins, losses for Narragansett Bay in R.I. State Budget

June 20, 2016 EcoRI

More new construction allowed on R.I. Open Space

June 15, 2016 EcoRI

Popular pub Ocean Mist to get new seawall

June 14, 2016 Newport Mercury

Creative Caregiver

June 12, 2016 EcoRI

Season's First Beach Closure Provides Pollution Reminder 

June 10, 2016 Westlery Sun

Mystic Man Honored for Save The Bay Work

June 9, 2016 Newport This week

Celebrate Birds of the Bay

June 2, 2016 Providence Journal

Jamestown: Seaside paradise with summer full of events

June 2, 2016 RI News Feed

Save The Bay Lighthouse Tour Season Begins, Offers Half-Day and Full-Day Tours

June 2, 2016 Lowell Sun

Family Vacation are Within Reach, No Matter Your Time & Budget

June 2, 2016 What's Up Newport

Save The Bay Lighthouse Tour Season Begins, Offers Half-Day and Full-Day Tours

May 26, 2016 Newport This Week

StormReporter Training

May 25, 2016 H2Open Magazine

Save The Bay Swim Celebrates 40 Years

May 25, 2016 Newport Daily News

After-school program offers kids the chance to learn and have fun

May 25, 2016 Common Fence Point Website

Save The Bay Shorline Cleanup, Friday, May 27, 2016

May 24, 2016 Westerly Sun

Study to be Aimed at River Cleanup

May 20, 2016 TriRadar.com

Iconic Open-Water Swim in Newport, Rhode Island Celebrates Years of Narragansett Bay Cleanup

May 17, 2016 Valley Breeze

Save The Bay Offers Storm Reporter Training

May 15, 2016 Westerly Sun

5 Groups Seek to Join Misquamicut Access Case

May 13, 2016 Providence Journal

Tidal Floding in North Kingstown's Wickford is Result of rising Seas

May 10, 2016 Warwick Beason

With Save The Bay, 4th Graders Learn Lessons from Narragansett Bay

May 9, 2016 EcoRI

RI Builders Calculate Ways to Increase Development

April 30, 2016 Providence Journal

Environmental Journal: RI Anglers Urged to Recycle Their Trash

April 28, 2016 Newport This Week

Platform Protects Osprey from Predators and Public

April 28, 2016 Cranston Herald

Woman Coming Home to RI to Swim the Bay for Her Sister-in-Law

April 27, 2016 EcoRI

South Kingstown and Ocean Mist Push for New Seawall

April 25, 2016 EcoRI

Develops Pushing for Building Closer to Wetlands

April 24, 2016 Westerly Sun

Hardy Eels are Holding on in RI

April 11, 2016 RI Fit Mag

The Shadows are Illiminated at Save The Bay's Exploration Center & Aquarium in April

April 9, 2016 Providence Journal

Drowning marshes: Where does a species go when the nursery floods?

April 9, 2016 Providence Journal

Drowning marshes: Buying time against the tide, they pour sand in an uphill fight

February 11, 2016 Warwick Beacon 4th graders learn to be environmental stewards
February 8, 2016 RI-NPR The Environment in the Governor's Budget
February 5, 2016 EcoRI Statehouse has long kept DEM tied to puppet strings
February 4, 2016 RI Small Business Journal Save The Bay Respondes to Governor Raimondo's Budget Proposal
February 3, 2016 Motif Magazine The Hummel Report: An Environmental Threat to the Bay
February 2, 2016 Discover Newport Blog From Stem to Stem Save The Bay launches 40th annual Swim with "The Splash" cold water plunge and obstacle course
 February 2, 2016 Providence Journal  RI state budget proposes $35 million environmental bond issue 
January 29, 2016 RI Small Business Journal

Narragansett Bay Serves as the Campground for Save The Bay Summer BayCamps

January 22, 2016 Dan Yorke State of Mind

Not watered down! Paying attention to waiver safety to State of Mind

January 22, 2016 Providence Business News

Save The Bay to host Teachers in Action Showcase 

January 21, 2016 Jamestown Press

20k in trash collected from coast during global cleanup

January 19, 2016 RI-NPR

New Federal Education Law Promotes Environmental 

January 19, 2016 Warwick Beacon

Save The Bay seeks added enforcement

January 16, 2016 Providence Journal

Environmental Journal: Sustainable Ecocapsule draws attention in RI

January 15, 2016 A Sweeter Vue

Aquarium Fun @Save The Bay

January 15, 2016 RI-NPR

RI Business Leaders and Environment Advocates Push for Stronger Enforcement

January 13, 2016 Providence Media

Weekend Best Bets

January 14, 2016 Providence Journal

Kids' events listings for weekend of Jan 14

January 13, 2016 What's Up Newport

RI General Assembly may Soon Make the Harbor Seal the Official State Marine Mammal

January 14, 2016 WPRO

The Hummel Report - Too Little Too Late?

January 12, 2016 Warwick Beacon

Catching the "first flush" before it hits the bay

January 11, 2016 Newport Buzz

Over $815,000 in Grants Approved for Projects in the Narragansett Bay Watershed

January 11,2016 Rhode Island Monthly Blog

4 Ways You Can Help Save Narragansett Bay

January 11, 2016 Westerly Sun

Westerly awarded nearly $60,000 in water quality grants for work with Save The Bay

January 10, 2016 Westerly Sun

Save The Bay coastal cleanup effort nets 10 tons of trash

January 8, 2016 RI-NPR

State's Years-Long Battle with Recycling Business Reaches Critical Turning Point

January 7, 2016 Newport This Week

Birding Cruise Scheduled

January 7, 2016 WPRI 12 Eyewitness News

Beach cleanup nets nearly 20,000 pounds of trash

January 4, 2016 Providence Journal

Rhode Island DEM director Coit pleased with DOT agreement

January 4, 2016 Whats Up Newport

10 Events You Shouldn't Miss in Newport this January

December 22, 2015 Warwick Beacon

Some mild winter weather fix up projects

December 22, 2015 Providence Journal

Federal judge approves consent decree requiring RI DOT to maintain storm drains

December 17, 2015 Westerly Sun

Westerly residents urge town to restore beach access rights of way

December 12, 2015 Providence Business News

Nonprofits rely heavily on board expertises

December 10, 2015 Newport This Week

Celebrating the Mantis Shrimp

December 10, 2015 Jamestown Press

Environmental agency calls for enforcement funding

December 7, 2015 Newport Patch

Marvelous Mantis Shrimp is December's Save The Bay Exploration Center Critter 

December 4, 2015 The Day

Watershed towns begin

November 18, 2015 The Bay Magazine

Weekend Best Bets

November 20, 2015 What's Up Newport

 

Best Things to Do in Newport This Weekend

November 13, 2015 Westerly Sun

Save The Bay seeks town's help to aid waterways; pollution control needed

November 13, 2015 The Herald News

Five things to do today

November 11, 2015 Providence Monthly

Holiday Fun Calendar

November 11, 2015 Rhode Island Monthy Blog

Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week: Nov. 12-19

November 9, 2015 RhodyBeat.com

A clean upper bay: Climate change, rising sea level present new challenges

October 11, 2015 Westerly Sun

Save The Bay tours return

November 5, 2015 Warwick Beacon

A cleaner upper Bay

November 2, 2015 North Kingston Patch

Narragansett Bay Becoming Healthier

November 2, 2015 WPRI 12 Eyewitness News

Report: Narragansett Bay's health improving, but challenges remain

November 2, 2015 MyFoxBoston.com

Report: Narragansett Bay's health improving

October 29, 2015 Newport This Week

Spooky Times and New Creatures at the Aquarium

October 28, 2015 Bristol-Warren Patch

To Do: Take a Sela Tour in Newport Harbor

October 26, 2015 Providence journal

Regional watershed-restoration program receives federal aid

October 26, 2015 Senator Jack Reed

Reed announces EPA grants to help restore Narragansett Bay and neighboring watershed

October 23, 2015 RI Monthly Blog

RI commits $112 million to stormwater cleanup 

October 22, 2015 Jamestown Press

DOT busted for decades of infractions

October 15, 2015 Channel 10

State agrees with feds to reduce pollution from highways

October 7, 2015 Providence Journal

July Lewis: Removing 16,000 pounds of trash

October 1, 2015 Warwick Beacon Save The Bay seal tour season kicks off October 10 
September 28, 2015 Providence Journal Janet Coit, John Marcantonio, and Jonathan Stone: Cesspool crackdown part of big plan
September 25, 2015 Providence Journal Cranston's Stillhouse Cove Park, steeped in the nation's history, celebrates 100-year milestone
September 24, 2015 Jamestown Press More work planned for dunes at Mackerel Cove
September 19, 2015 Providence journal High time for oysters at Ocean State Oyster Festival
September 18, 2015 Providence Journal 3 fun food things to do in Rhode Island the weekend of Sept 18
September 17, 2015 Jamestown Press International Coastal Cleanup on Saturday
September 17, 2015 RI Small Business Journal REI Parnters with Save The Bay: REI Village to be at Oakland Beach ICC Cleanup Site