Fish Ladder Bike Tour

(5.7) Ever wonder why fish need ladders? Join the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council’s Fish Ladder Bike Tour for an easy bike ride along the Woonasquatucket River Greenway bike path and see for yourself. Guided by WRWC Executive Director Alicia Lehrer and the Recreation Program leaders, you’ll discover the beauty, importance and success of the WRWC’s …

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DEM Stocking Local Waters With Trout

The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will be restocking local ponds and rivers with rainbow and brook trout, now through Friday, for the fall fishing season. “With crisp clear weather and lighter crowds than in spring, fall is a terrific time to try to reel in a trout,” said DEM Acting Director Terry …

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We’re Gonna Need a Bigger State

It was only a matter of time. The Atlantic Shark Institute has announced the tagging of a great white shark in Rhode Island waters. This weekend was an epic one for the Atlantic Shark Institute and our great white shark research. For the first time ever, an acoustic tag was deployed on a great white …

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Doors Open ‘Fish Tornado’ At Dune Brothers

(5.15) Doors Open RI is back! Join them this Saturday as they launch their 2021 season of programming by celebrating one of the weirdest days in Providence history, the day it rained fish: . . . on May 15, 1900, in Providence. It was an unseasonably hot day when a gust of wind picked up, …

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