Last Wednesday Tea: informal get-together on Google Meet to talk natural history; 4 p.m. last Wed. of every month RSVP to the office for the link [no Nov tea due to T'giving].
Rhode Island Natural History Week, November 13-21
COMING SOON as a recorded program: How Native Plant Cultivars Affect Pollinators, webinar by Annie White, landscape designer. The 2021 Lisa Lofland Gould Native Plant Program co-sponsored with RIWPS and URI Outreach Center. More info here.
POSTPONED — Science Conference November 18, 2021
Due to the uncertainties of COVID the science conference has been postponed. We hope conditions allow a conference in 2022. Check back here or sign up for our e-news for updates.
Events & Awards: Learn More >>
. . . is an effort to count as many species as possible in 24 hours, held annually in Rhode Island since 2000, the longest-running such event in the world. Get info on each RI BioBlitz.
. . . provide a forum for diverse parties to discuss key issues related to Rhode Island’s biota and habitats. Here is info on past and upcoming conferences.
Lectures and similar “sit-down” programs are held several times a year at venues around Rhode Island.
Walks, workshops, and demonstrations give attendees a first-hand experience with particular aspects of natural history.
Members and friends mount exhibits in our offices of art inspired by natural history. Major exhibits open in conjunction with the annual Winter Open House.
When Lisa Lofland Gould, the Survey’s founding executive director, retired, an endowment was raised to fund an annual event on native plants, her special expertise. The event is co-hosted with the Rhode Island Wild Plant Society and URI’s Outreach Center.
. . . celebrates all the things we know because of natural history and the great natural history institutions around our state. Events coordinated across institutions raise the visibility of this important discipline.