More Details on Projects:
- Projects Overview
- River Restoration & Protection
- Centerdale Superfund Site
- The Fred Lippitt Woonasquatucket River Greenway
- An Overview of the Greenway
- Woony River Ride
- Greenway Map
- Greenway Milestones
- Fred Lippitt and the Greenway Project
- Accomplishments & Plans
- Brownfields Showcase
- Show your support!
- Clean Day on the Greenway
- Merino Park Playground Build
- Red Shed Bike Shop
- River Rangers
- Art in the Watershed
- Water Quality
Adopt-A-Spot on the Bike Path
The Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council is looking for groups or individuals to adopt portions of the bike-path to keep it safe and well maintained.
Adopting a portion of the path will get you a free t-shirt, litter pick, garbage bags and gloves, a listing on the website, and the satisfaction of making the bike path even more of an asset to the community. You will commit to conduct a weekly cleanup of your section and to be the “eyes and ears” of the path, checking in with Watershed Council when necessary to let us know of problems or issues that you or your group may not be able to deal with such as a fallen tree, graffiti removal, damaged planting etc.
Current Bike Path Adoptions in Providence:
- Christopher Ackley - Park and Land Steward: Riverside Park to Merino Park Pedestrian Bridge
- SIMULIA: Merino Park Pedestrian Bridge to Manton Gateway
- Ocean’s Tide Grove, ADF: Manton Gateway to Button Hole Golf Course
Current Bike Path Adoptions in Johnston:
- Carol Drowne and Debby Howe: Greenville Avenue to Lyman Avenue
- Kelly Geraghty: Lee Street to Lyman Avenue
Multiple people can adopt the same site. A business can adopt a spot and a sign will be placed along the bike path acknowledging their adoption of that spot.