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To carry out a broad program of public environmental education. To foster conservation of wild birds and other animal and plant life. To conserve wildlife habitat and unique areas through acquisition and other means. To focus public attention on natural resource problems. To provide leadership when action on natural resource problems is necessary. To do all other things necessary to foster better management of the natural environment for the benefit of humans and all other life.
The Audubon Society of Rhode Island (ASRI), founded in 1897, is an independent, non-profit environmental organization, dedicated to statewide environmental education, conservation, and advocacy.
ASRI is one of the largest, private environmental educators in Rhode Island, reaching well over 33,000 students each year.
The Environmental Education Center maintains 28 acres of diverse habitat. The trail and 1/4 mile boardwalk take you through upland meadow and cornfield, over a freshwater wetland and saltwater marsh to the shores of Narragansett Bay.
The Center is open daily 9am - 5pm from May thru September and the hours for October through April are Monday - Saturday 9am - 5pm and Sunday 12pm - 5pm.
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