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  • Preview the RI Food Plan
    RI FOOD STRATEGY
    Read Rhode Island's first-ever statewide food plan at RelishRhody.com
  • RI DEM Now Hiring For Seasonal Employment
    APPLY TO WORK WITH US!
    Help us get ready for summer by staffing our State’s beaches, parks & campgrounds.
  • Ag Day
    2017 AG DAY - May 17
    Celebrate food in RI's and join us as we unveil the Rhode Island Food Strategy.
  • RI Shellfish Initiative
    RI SHELLFISH INITIATIVE
    Read the Executive Summary of the newly released Rhode Island Shellfish Initiative.
  • Climate Change Study
    IMPLICATIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
    Learn more about the newly released study which looks at integrating climate change considerations into wastewater system planning and design.
  • Arcadia Natural Resources and Visitors Center
    ARCADIA NATURAL RESOURCES & VISITORS CENTER
    Opening in March 2018, the Center will serve as an important hub for the area’s abundant recreational opportunities.
  • Freshwater Fishing
    FRESHWATER FISHING
    The freshwater fishing season attracts more than 42,000 anglers each year. Visit DEM's Division of Fish & Wildlfe page to learn more.
  • Clean Diesel Fund
    RI CLEAN DIESEL FUND
    The Clean Diesel Fund provides reimbursement grants to companies for the purpose of reducing emissions from heavy-duty vehicles.

The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) serves as the chief steward of the state’s natural resources – from beautiful Narragansett Bay to our local waters and green spaces to the air we breathe.  Our mission put simply is to protect, restore, and promote our environment to ensure Rhode Island remains a wonderful place to live, visit, and raise a family.

 

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