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Save the Bay Center

A state-of-the-art education center, built on a former brownfields site. The grounds include demonstrations of stormwater management, coastal buffer planting and salt marsh restoration.It features two classrooms, lab space, a large meeting room. Save The Bay’s administrative offices and an adjacent boathouse with a fixed pier and dock.

100 Save the Bay Drive
Providence, Rhode Island 02905
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Phone: 401-272-3540
Email: savebay@savebay.org
Web Site: http://www.savebay.org

Save the Bay Exploration Center & Aquarium

Save The Bay 's Exploration Center & Aquarium is a hands-on marine science learning center and home to 50 species of local Narragansett Bay critters. The Center has over 14 different exhibits representing the different habitats of Narragansett Bay. The Center is open for school and group programs year round and to the public daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day and on Saturdays from September through April. $6 admission for all ages; Free for STB members and children under 3 years old.

175 Memorial Boulevard
Newport, Rhode Island 02840
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Phone: 401-324-6020
Email: bkubis@savebay.org
Web Site: http://www.savebay.org

University of Rhode Island, Narragansett Bay Classroom

Provides a focal point for the university's diverse marine education, training, and outreach programs. The Narragansett Bay Classroom offers a variety of marine and environmental field trips, interpretive programs, tours, for-credit courses and teacher development opportunities. Reservations or pre-registration required.

218 South Ferry Road
Narragansett, Rhode Island 02882
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Phone: 401-874-6211
Email: omp@gso.uri.edu
Web Site: http://omp.gso.uri.edu