Coming Soon…

The Edgewood Waterfront Preservation Association has been awarded a Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Grant for Historic Properties. This grant, administered by the Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission (RIHPHC), … Continue Reading →


Annual Cove Clean-Up: April 12, 2014, 10am – noon

The annual Stillhouse Cove Clean-Up is scheduled for Saturday, April 12th, from 10am to noon. As always, we have to coordinate the cleanp-up with the low tide, but we are … Continue Reading →


Bank Restoration Progress

As the ground freezes deeper and deeper, take a look back at these pictures from October showing the great progress made with re-vegetating the slopes in Stillhouse Cove between the … Continue Reading →


Narragansett Boulevard Traffic Calming Meeting This Wednesday

Cranston Mayor Allan Fung has scheduled the public meeting on the Narragansett Boulevard traffic calming plan for Wednesday July 24 at 6 PM at Cranston City Hall in the City … Continue Reading →


Edgewood Water Quality Meeting: Monday, June 10

Senator Joshua Miller and Providence Water Company officials will be hosting a meeting at the Rhode Island Yacht Club on Monday, June 10th, 2013, to address chronic water quality issues … Continue Reading →


Bank Stabilization and Revegetation

Here’s a glimpse into what we’re trying to do to save the banks from eroding even more. First, an analysis of the most severely eroded areas: Stillhouse Cove erosion Next, … Continue Reading →


Erosion on the Banks

Over six months later, the banks of Stillhouse Cove continue to suffer from the effects of Hurricane Sandy. A few more shots…


Thank you, cleanup volunteers!

A big thank you goes out to everyone who came down to help us get the cove back in shape for another year. Here are a few pictures of our … Continue Reading →


Low tide


Cove Cleanup Scheduled For April 20, 2013

Mark your calendars, the 20th Annual Stillhouse Cove Clean-up is scheduled for Saturday, April 20th, from 10am to 1pm (rain date: May 4th, 10am to 1pm). We always have to … Continue Reading →