The Cookbook Success!
The KRC is grateful for everyone and their support, the waves of
donated seafood recipes, and to those who netted one of the cookbook,
What made the cookbook a success is the tried and true, mouth-watering
recipes from local families who have had the blessing of the abundant
sealife from the pristine Kickemuit River. You made this cookbook
sale a savory success! A proud acclamation goes to the Artist
and Publicist who designed and printed the beautiful pages. It was
everything we could have imagined and more.
We still have a small inventory of cookbooks left.
KRC Special Projects Coordinator
PO Box 590
Warren, RI 02885
Earthday April 30, 2011 Photo Flashback
Take a look at the Earthday photos
held at the Pete Sepe Memorial Pavillion next to the Hugh Cole School,
in which, the Warren Conservation Commission and Dunkin Donuts hosted
Earth Day Cleanup this year.
Ever wonder how the KRC got started. Please read our new Pre-History
Information on fresh
People & fish need clean water. Read about all the Kickemuit
River Council's Accomplishments
The Kickemuit River Council awarded the "2007
Conservation Project of the Year Award" for the successful
completion of the Kickemuit Fish Ladder.
The Kickemuit River Council is an all volunteer and 501C3 organization,
founded in l973 and incorporated in the State of Rhode Island and is a
member of the Rhode Island Rivers' Council. The Kickemuit River Council
(KRC) was formed when the organzations around the Kickemuit River, which
flows through the Towns of Warren and Bristol, realized a representative
organization was needed so the problems of each area could be brought
to the Council, a course of action could be decided on, and the information
on the problem could be brought back to the people of an area.
"The Kickemuit River cannot speak for itself. It needs loud voice
from those who know it, love it, and want to save it." (P.J. Editorial,
l969) The Kickemuit River Council has tried to be one of those voices.
As our original bylaws states in our purpose: "to leave a legacy
of lasting beauty for our children and our children's children."