The Southern Rhode Island Conservation District is seeking two new directors for its five-person board of directors. The District works to promote sustainable use of natural resources by helping farmers, forest owners, and other landowners implement voluntary environmental conservation practices on their land and giving them access to funding for support.
RICHMOND — The worst of the gypsy moth infestation may be over, but several years of defoliation, combined with other environmental factors, have devastated large swaths of oak forest in Rhode Island.
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