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A little bit about Save The Bay, by Save The Bay:
"One of the most storied open-water swims in the United States, the Save The Bay Swim celebrates tremendous progress in cleaning up Narragansett Bay since its first official Swim in 1977 and the organization’s founding in 1970. In the early years of the Swim, swimmers often emerged from the water with oil and tar balls on their skin and swimsuits. In recent years, swimmers reported seeing schools of menhaden beneath them as they swam."
From Executive Director, Jonathan Stone:
"...[There is still] much to be done. At the moment, Save The Bay is dealing with plastics pollution, the problem of localized beach closures, and low oxygen levels in sections of the Bay, saltmarsh adaptation projects, fisheries conservation, educating future Bay stewards, and many other initiatives."
Donate by credit card using the link on this page, or mail a check to 100 Save The Bay Drive, Providence, RI 02905, and mention my name. You can also donate to anyone else on the SwimRI team!
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