Online Data Entry

Program Contacts

Program Information

Monitoring Overview

What's Monitored

Becoming a Citizen Scientist

Volunteer Training

Monitoring Schedules and Data Sheets for printing

Current Monitoring Sites - Including Station #
- Lakes, Ponds & Reservoirs
- Rivers & streams

- Bays, salt ponds & harbors

Link to Bathymetric Maps of Some RI Ponds

Participating Communities

Program Partners

Monitoring Manuals

Monitoring Data and Results

Water Quality Factsheets

Research Connections

Aquatic Invasive Species

Cyanobacteria (Algal Blooms)

Success Stories

Additional Resources
- Science Fair -
Water Projects
- Volunteer Monitoring
- Educational
- Water Facts
- Agencies (Including URI)
- Organizations


Lots that each of us can do to protect our local resourses!

(click here for upcoming events and more information)

Help your favorite resource - Participate in Local Events

Eating with the Ecosystem Community Dinner
Saturday, October 25, 5-8 pm

South Kingstown Elks Lodge
60 Belmont Ave.
South Kingstown, RI, 02879

dinner is being held to draw attention to the variety of delicious, nutritious, abundant and largely overlooked seafood caught by Rhode Island fishermen, and to raise money for Eating with the Ecosystem, a local nonprofit that promotes a place-based approach to sustainable seafood by fostering an intimate connection between diners and the ecosystems off their shores. Tickets cost $17 and can be bought online by visiting eatingwiththeecosystem.org.

The Shocking Truth About Your Dog's Poop

One of the biggest threats to many of our waterways is also one of our favorite things - the family dog. Learn why it's so important by clicking here - and don't forget to scoop it!

Linda Green awarded the Elizabeth J Fellow award at the 9th National Water Quality Monitoring Council's biennial conference!.
Click here to learn more about Linda's award

Click here to see an interview with Linda about URIWW.

Farmers Markets - Statewide
Various days, times and locations

Just because it is fall doens't mean that our local farms are all done for the season. Lots of local products are still available including a wide variety of locally raised meats, eggs, produce and more. Support local farmers, who help Rhode Island maintain its rural character, provide jobs, protect open space and water quality, all while providing nutritious, localy grown foods!.

Click here to learn more.

Walk, hikes, paddles and cruises
See a complete list of outdoor events at "What Grows On in Rhode Island"

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