Rhode Island
Green Infrastructure Coalition


April 23, 2020: Building a Green Future for an Under-Utilized Park

April 9, 2020: Improving Stormwater Drainage with Bioswales

March 2, 2020: Make your own rain barrel!

January 9, 2020: Introducing the East Bay Green Infrastructure Coalition!

December 12, 2019: EPA Webinar: Soak Up the Rain New England Webinar Series: Rain Gardens for Residents on Aquidneck Island

December 3, 2019: Seven Rhode Island Organizations to Receive SNEP Grants to Protect and Restore the Environment

November 19, 2019: Getting Your Rain Barrels Ready for Winter

June 13, 2019: Great Adaptations: How Two Smaller Legacy Cities Are Adopting Green Infrastructure 

April 2, 2019: Interview with Sara Churgin of The Rhode Island Eastern Conservation District at The New England Water Environment Association 2019 Annual Conference & Exhibit

February 5, 2019: Highlights of the WRWC’s 2018 stormwater work

January 29, 2019: Rhode Island launches first SITES pilot project to manage Pastore Complex flooding challenges

November 1, 2018: It's time to winterize your rain barrel!

October 17, 2018: Stormwater Conversations: Lessons in Green Infrastructure

August 14, 2018: Common Fence Point rain garden installation

May 8, 2018: Green tips to reduce your stormwater

April 24, 2018: Green infrastructure tour of Olneyville, Providence

March 28, 2018: Aquidneck Island homeowner grants for stormwater management

March 8, 2018: Green infrastructure signs

February 6, 2018: Human communities that have greater biodiversity are healthier and more prosperous.

January 22, 2018: RI Passes Amendments to The Green Buildings Act

December 12, 2017: Climate Smart Tools for Rhode Island Cities

November 20, 2017: On maintaining green infrastructure

November 14, 2017: An Interview with Shaun O'Rourke, Director of Stormwater and Resiliency at the RI Infrastructure Bank.

November 2, 2017: New project along Dexter Street brings green to Providence's West End

September 28, 2017: Pawtucket uses nature to take on stormwater challenges

September 6, 2017: Friends of the Newport Waterfront, Friends of King Park, and the City of Newport join forces to install a URI Master Gardeners demonstration rain garden in Newport’s King Park.

August 16, 2017: Welcome to Nature at Work News!