LandWaterConnection.org - Scituate Reservoir Watershed Education Program

LandWaterConnection.org - Scituate Reservoir Watershed Education Program

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The Clean Water At Home Pledge 2019
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Green Infrastructure
in Providence
Great video from the Rhode Island
Land and Water Partnership
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Safe Medication Disposal
is such an important issue,
both to keep our waters clean
and safe and to protect our
communities from drug abuse.
 Bring your unused medications
to the permanent safe disposal
box at the state police barracks:

Scituate Police Headquarters
116 Main Street
Hope, RI 02831
OTHER LOCATIONS

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NRICD Activities/Workshops
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When You're Fertilizing
The Lawn, Remember ...
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When Your Car's Leaking Oil
On The Street, Remember ...
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The Scituate Reservoir is a critical source of drinking water and provides over 60% of Rhode Islanders with drinking water. The Scituate Reservoir Watershed Education Program is a partnership between Providence Water and the Northern Rhode Island Conservation District. It was formed to educate landowners in the watershed of the Scituate Reservoir about the connection between land use and water quality and how they can help protect this precious resource.

Gina DeMarco, District Manager
Northern RI Conservation District
401-934-0840

Richard Blodgett, Land Management Specialist
Providence Water
401-521-6300 ext. 7316

 

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© Copyright 2005-2018 Northern Rhode Island Conservation District. All rights reserved.
Scituate Reservoir Watershed Education Program -- Funded by Providence Water Supply Board
(401) 934-0840

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