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Environmental Council of Rhode Island Annual Coffee Hour

Join the Environmental Council of Rhode Island at its annual Coffee Hour at the State House! ECRI members and leaders of the environmental community will connect over coffee and refreshments to kick-off the 2020 legislative session. Join the conversation on emerging policy priorities for Rhode Island!

Wednesday, January 15, 2020
at 3:00 PM at the State House Library

Parking
Metered parking is available on Smith, Francis and Gaspee Streets. Another option is to park in the Providence Place Mall parking garage (.5 mile walk)

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Thank Your Legislator for 2019 (or encourage them to do better!)

See how your state representative and senator performed in 2017 and 2018 using ECRI's latest Green Report Card (the report card is released biannually, so there is no grades assigned yet for 2019). Contact them with thanks or encourage them to be more environmentally responsible, using our instructions and letter template, here.

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Let the kids go a little wild during February school vacation break! Come to Audubon and meet owls, hawks, and turtles. Pull on your warm and wooly mittens for outdoor explorations to search for animal tracks. Audubon offers plenty of winter fun at three locations to keep the kids busy, engaged and immersed in nature!
Family Programs Offered in Bristol and Smithfield, RI, and Seekonk, MA

We are delighted to announce two significant land donations that will further enhance our conservation efforts and provide vital sanctuaries for birds and wildlife. The first donation is a 5-acre parcel in Coventry, seamlessly merging with the existing Audubon Perched Boulder Woods. The second donation is an extraordinary milestone for Audubon - a 300-acre parcel in North Kingstown that will forever be recognized as Congdon Wood: an unfragmented habitat that protects the headwaters of the Saugatucket River and wildlife habitat with its contiguous expanse of forest and wetland.

Through donor support of any kind, Audubon can fulfill its mission of educating five-year-olds about the wonders of wildlife, managing habitat for declining pollinator species, or permanently protecting forests, fields, and wetlands, it is connecting its founding legacy to what lies ahead.