Nature is always hinting at us. It hints over and over again. And suddenly we take the hint.

~ Robert Frost 

Highland Woods
Baling Hay on Pardon Gray Preserve
Skunk Cabbage
A Country Day at Pardon Gray 2015. Photo by Michael Holden.
Baling hay on Pardon Gray Preserve
Hiking in Highland Woods
Roger Williams University Students give community service on Pardon Gray Preserve.
Pardon Gray Preserve
Vernal pond
Skunk Cabbage
Hay Bales on Pardon Gray Preserve
Hiking from Pardon Gray to Weetamoo Woods

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Professor Mark Bertness of Brown University presents "How Will Salt Marsh Die Off and Sea Level Rise Get Along?"

Professor Bertness is one of the world's leading salt marsh ecologists, and has conducted research on coastal marshes from New England to Chile. Salt marshes are essential for healthy coastlines, communities and fisheries. They offer rich wildlife habitat and protection from storm surges and coastal erosion. Join us to learn more about the cascade of pressures threatening this vital and productive ecosystem.

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Sunday, April 23 at 2 pm
Brookdale Sakonnet Bay
1215 Main Road, Tiverton, RI