About us

The Rhode Island Natural History Survey consists of member organizations and individuals seeking to further knowledge and understanding of Rhode Island’ biota, geology, and ecosystems. With representation on our Boards from federal and state agencies, academic institutions, NGOs, professional organizations, and private companies, we serve as the umbrella organization for ecological information in Rhode Island, and work to provide sound scientific data that can be used to help make informed management decisions.

David W. Gregg, Ph.D., Executive Director
Kira Stillwell, Program Administrator
Hope D. Leeson, Botanist
Tom Kutcher, Wetlands Scientist
Amanda Freitas, Wildlife Action Plan Community Liaison

Email staff by using their first initial and last name with @rinhs.org
Email Amanda Freitas using her first name and last name separated by a period, then @dem.ri.gov

General Phone 401-874-5800
Rhody Native 401-874-5807
Wetlands 401-874-5822

Office: URI East Farm, Building 14
Kingston, RI 02881

HOW TO FIND THE RINHS OR A PUBLIC EVENT ON THE URI CAMPUS

Mail: P.O. Box 1858 (the year the Darwin-Wallace papers were read at the Linnean Society, London)
Kingston, RI 02881

Phone: 401-874-5800
FAX: 401-874-5868
Email: info@rinhs.org

www.rinhs.org
www.rhodynative.org
www.facebook.com/RINHS

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