Resource conservation, development good for business

CONSERVE AND PROTECT: R.I. Resource Conservation and Development Council President Harriet Powell says that the council is always looking for programs that could help underserved people in the state. / COURTESY HARRIET POWELL
CONSERVE AND PROTECT: R.I. Resource Conservation and Development Council President Harriet Powell says that the council is always looking for programs that could help underserved people in the state. / COURTESY HARRIET POWELL
Harriet Powell was walking the trails near her North Kingstown home one day when she came across signs urging people not to swim or fish in a pond not far from a town well. When she enquired about the problem, she learned pesticides had been dumped there but because local regulations didn’t require it, no…

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