Ecotourism booms in Ocean State

Photo courtesy The Nature conservancy<br><br>
<b>KEVIN ESSINGTON,</b> borderlands landscape manager for The Nature Conservancy in Rhode Island, kayaks through one of the nonprofit's properties. The group, which acquires land to preserve natural habitats, is increasingly offering tours and nature walks.
Photo courtesy The Nature conservancy

KEVIN ESSINGTON, borderlands landscape manager for The Nature Conservancy in Rhode Island, kayaks through one of the nonprofit's properties. The group, which acquires land to preserve natural habitats, is increasingly offering tours and nature walks.
By land or by sea, tours spotlight nature’s best How would you like to be on a boat as sharks swim up all around it? No, it’s not a horror movie – it’s called the Shark Safari, and it’s offered by the Audubon Society of Rhode Island on four dates this summer, for $88 per…

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