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Justin Trudeau Canadian Prime Minister Talks Trade and partnership in Rhode Island All Original Music by LSN Studio All Songs Heard in Videos Available Here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvvYHZQK0LY_ZDaSNt9yjiw www.LiveSatelliteNews.com We Use Youtube's Inappropriate Comment Blocker [ BETA ] (any copyright issues, message or email me 1st) #politics #satire #humor #zappa
Despite being the 2nd most densely populated state in the country, Rhode Island is 56% forested. Forest products contribute an estimated $710 million annually to the Rhode Island economy and support over 3,300 jobs. Moreover 75% of Rhode Islanders get clean and safe drinking water from reservoirs protected by forests. The state’s forests also play a critical role in mitigating the effects of a changing climate by storing carbon, moderating air temperatures, and reducing air pollution. Despite these and other benefits, Rhode Island’s forestlands have largely been taken for granted. That is until the Rhode Island Woodland Partnership was formed several years ago. The Woodland Partnership is a collaboration of foresters, land owners, conservationists, and professionals who came together with ...
Tim surprises the Connor family of Rhode Island with a new home as part of the HomeFront program, a partnership with Operation Homefront and Chase bank, which provides mortgage-free homes to wounded veterans and servicemembers in need. http://www.operationhomefront.net/ Subscribe to see more of Tim's videos!
Responding to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), Col. Dean Esserman of the Providence Police Dept, testifies that LISC is "one of the partnerships that matter. . .." Rhode Island LISC, along with LISC's Community Safety Initiative, implements police-community partnerships that has helped reduce crime in Providence's neighborhoods. For more information, visit: http://www.rilisc.org or http://www.lisc.org/csi
Not too long ago Providence, Rhode Island made the transition from being the “Beehive of Industry” to the “Creative Capital.” Though industry brought prosperity to the city, it also left a legacy of pollution. This video explores how transforming impermeable surfaces into rain gardens and green roofs can combat that legacy. Groups like the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council and Birchwood Design Group are helping Providence live up to its 'Creative Capital' moniker by embracing green infrastructure and finding creative ways to take care of the city. Video made by the Rhode Island Land and Water Partnership. Images from the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (http://www.wrwc.org/) and the Birchwood Design Group (http://birchwooddesigngroup.com/). Flyover from Robert Houllahan, Lu...
Highlights from the Rhode Island Public Health association's panel discussion: Drug Overdose Deaths in Rhode Island: An Update on New Policies and Challenges on Monday May 4, 2015. Special thanks to Healthcentric Advisors and Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island for sponsoring the event. Panelists included: Rebecca Boss, Deputy Director of RI Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals; Representative Robert Craven, Sr., North Kingstown; Erin McDonough; and RI Medical Reserve Corps. Traci Green, PhD, MSc, Deputy Director, Boston Medical Center Injury Prevention Center moderated the panel.
Currently the City of Providence is unable to manage all of the rain it receives. Every year, stormwater carries an unhealthy amount of pollution into our waterways and causes flooding in our streets and basements. Much of Providence's system of storm drains, catch basins and underground pipes hails back to the 19th century, when the city had far fewer buildings and much less pavement. Today, Providence has developed into a thriving city with around 180,000 inhabitants. As the city continues to grow, we need to search for new solutions that allow us to manage our stormwater while protecting our communities and environment. This video was sponsored by the Rhode Island Land & Water Partnership (landandwaterpartnership.org/). Special thanks to Meg Kerr, Amie Parris, Holly Ewald and the Urban...
This video is about the RI Mentoring Partnership
This presentation was recorded during the 2017 Private Well Conference, held May 23-25, 2017 in Champaign, IL, and was hosted by The Private Well Class. The Private Well Class is a collaboration between the Rural Community Assistance Partnership and the University of Illinois and is funded by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. The views expressed during the 2017 Private Well Conference are solely from the presenters and not endorsed or reviewed by USEPA. You can sign up to learn more about private wells and other topics from The Private Well Class at http://privatewellclass.org/
Family life in colonial Rhode Island was notable because it didn't begin until later in life than usual, and this was because women began to gain more independence. Learn about the agricultural basis of colonial Rhode Island with help from an American history teacher in this free video on colonial life. Expert: Judy Scott Bio: Judy Scott is a retired, award-winning American history teacher in Ft. Worth, Texas. She was the AP history teacher at Boswell High School for three decades. Filmmaker: Kevin Haberer
The “Litigation Academy” is a program of the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island in partnership with Roger Williams University Law School and the Rhode Island Chapter of the Federal Bar Association that was created to provide a low-cost, high-quality forum for teaching practitioners of all experience levels the skills needed to successfully litigate cases. You are welcome to watch a short video of the program that was created by Carlos Andres Toro of Steer Digital Media.
URI Agricultural Extension Agent, Andy Radin, discusses tomato varieties grown in a high tunnel environment. Funded by a Northeast SARE Partnership grant. For more information about SARE, go to http://www.nesare.org/ For information on the trellising technique: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8L_x42RieA For information on the tomato heath: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ay7GAuSUSqU
We've partnered with OPOWER to launch the first ever statewide energy efficiency program in Rhode Island. This partnership will enable us to deliver personalized information about home energy consumption to our customers, and will encourage fun challenges with family, friends and coworkers to compare energy use.