Michael A. Rice

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Michael A. Rice
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Country Philippines
Years: 1981-1985
Group Code Philippines-186
Region(s) Ilocos
Program(s) Agriculture,Environment
Assignment(s) Coastal /Fisheries Resource Management
From US state Rhode_Island
From US town/city Wakefield, Rhode Island
Michael Rice started in Philippines 1981
Michael A. Rice
Region: Ilocos
Roger N Matthew, Robert Andrew Maynard, Bill Powell, Michael A. Rice, John Turner
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David Bragg, James Cogswell, Connie Reimer, Michael A. Rice, Rod Rylander, William Van Wyck, Gary Winner
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Daniel Banks, Eileen Chase, James Cogswell, Nathan Epling, Michael A. Rice
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Projects in Philippines
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Bantay Dagat Outpost, Bicol Region Camp GLOW, Education Materials for Special Needs Children, Helping Hands, On-site Skills Training Program, Re-Engineering SPED Programs Division Wide for Students with Disabilities, Strategies for Implementing Biosand Water Filter Projects Case Studies from the Philippines, Workstation Computer Lab
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Michael Alan Rice, is a professor of fisheries and aquaculture at the University of Rhode Island and state representative from South Kingstown, Rhode Island serving from 2009-2011.

Rice served in the U.S. Peace Corps in the Republic of the Philippines from 1981 to 1985 working with the Philippine Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources. During that time, he worked to improve the sanitary quality of farmed oysters. In 1982, while working with José Maria DeGuzman of Value Trading Company, Inc., in Dagupan City, he helped establish the first commercially successful farm for serranid grouper fish in the Philippines.

Rice was married in the Philippines to Peace Corps/Philippines language staff member Rufina D. Delizo in Baguio City, Philippines on 3 January 1983. They had one daughter, Maria Isabel Rice. They live in Wakefield, Rhode Island.

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