Since 2011, Legend has been a sponsor of the Woony River Ride, an annual fundraising ride to benefit the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC). The Woonasquatucket River flows into Providence from the west, through Olneyville, under the Mall, through Downtown and out into Narragansett Bay. The WRWC has been working to educate people about the important natural and historical resources all along the 19 miles of its length since 1998, when the “Woony” River was named an American Heritage River.
Learn more at WRWC.org.
Providence has been out in front of the recent urban farming and local foods movement since the beginning. Many people ride bicycles to pick up their CSA share because they value a simpler lifestyle and understand that their neighborhoods don’t need another paved-over garden plot. To show solidarity in this movement, Legend has been partnering with the Southside Community Land Trust (SCLT) since 2010.
All card carrying members of SCLT are elligible for 20% off of all cargo gear, such as bags, racks, and trailers to help them get their tools and compost from points A to B.
WRNI has been an integral member of the Providence community since 1998. As a listener supported radio station it provides we need the news and information we need to carry out our duty as responsible stewards of our democracy. If you listen and value solid, balanced journalism, please do your part. Contribute at ripr.org.
- Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition
- Recycle a Bike
- Adventure Cycling
- East Coast Greenway Alliance
- League of American Bicyclists
- Bikes Belong
- Vartan Gregorian Elementary School
- Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council
- Rhode Island Community Food Bank
- Rhode Island Public Radio (WRNI)
- Southside Community Land Trust