Monday, July 16, 2007
- A1 ~ Costs stymie efforts to cut gas emissions Climate change. By Steven Mufson, Washington Post
- A1 ~ Once facing extinction due to DDT, majestic ospreys making recovery Creature Chronicles: A summer serries. Also see DEM's Osprey newsletter and how to volunteer at www.dem.ri.gov/programs/bnatres/fishwild/pdf.ospr0407.pdf Bruce Landis
Tuesday, July 17, 2007
- B1 ~ “CRMC boat designed to survey state's coast”
- E1 ~ “Langevin discusses farming, food legislation”
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
- B5 ~ “Keeping an eye on lizardfish” ~ The Bay Window program tracks the various populations of fish in the Bay, which included 1.5 million tropical lizardfish in 2006.
- D1 ~ Street vendors along Dexter and Westminster Streets, Providence, sell typical South American and Cambodian fruits and vegetables daily [not an “official” Farmers' Market]
- D1 ~ North Providence “Developer sets sights on land being used by Camp Meehan” that the city wants to buy to enlarge John Notte Park
- E7 ~ Hydrangea hype
Thursday, July 19, 2007
- A1 ~ “Industry had a major role in shaping of energy policy”
- A6 ~ “Panel established to study food imports”
- B6 ~ Commentary ~ “Rhody's out of step: Walk-on-left bike-parth rule is perilous”
- B7 ~ Commentary ~ “A skyscraper on Federal Hill?” by David Brussat
- C1 ~ “State orders closing of beach at Notte Park [North Providence]” ~ E. coli detected at unacceptable levels. Article includes list of beaches that have been closed this year so far.
- C2 ~ “State set to begin clearing trees and brush at airport” to comply with federal safety regulations
- C6 ~ “A day at the zoo” ~ photos of kids at a recent farm event held at Roger Williams Park Zoo
- C6 ~ Metro Notes ~ Neighborhood (From Broad to Friendship Streets) Cleanup ~ Meet at Crossroads Rhode Island parking lot, 160 Broad St., Providence, 9am Friday, July 20.
- E1 ~ Six of the things in Mark Patinkin's “18 things to see in R.I. Before you die” concern the environment, if you include Waterfire, and don't include Old Guy's Hardball, Polo, and Ski Rhode Island, all of which require well-kept outdoor spaces.
- E7 ~ Nature ~ List of activities, many sponsored by the Audubon Society of Rhode Island.