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Conanicut Island Land Trust - Jamestown RI
Formed in 1984, this not-for-profit, tax exempt organization is dedicated to preserving Conanicut Island's natural resources and open spaces for the benefit of the community, and to educating the public and members regarding conservation and preservation issues.
The Conservation Agency
The Conservation Agency, headquartered in Jamestown, provides biological data and consulting services to assist local land trusts in defining and implementing regional strategies for preservation of biodiversity and habitat in the Narragansett Bay watershed.
Geological History of Jamestown RI
Reviews the geological processes that shaped Jamestown, Rhode Island, the Narragansett Bay area, New England and North America. Starts with the formation of Avalonia about 565 million years ago, continues through continental collisions, glacial modifications to the land and post-glacial increases in sea level. A Prelude covers the first 4 billion years of continental formation and collisions.
Marine Fisheries Section, RI Dept of Environmental Management
Located at Ft. Wetherill in Jamestown. Provides research and monitoring of marine species to support effective management of finfish and shellfish populations. Includes extensive list of links related to marine fisheries, commercial fishing and sport fishing.
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