Rhode Island Firearm Owners' League (RIFOL) is a non-profit corporation and is a non-partisan, grassroots organization. RIFOL was formed to provide a consistent and unified voice, dedicated to defending the Second Amendment to the U.S Bill of Rights, and advancing the rights of law-abiding Rhode Island citizens to own and use firearms for all legal activities, including self-defense, competition, hunting, and recreational shooting.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) provides great resources for education. Safety is not only critical in handling firearms but in everyday life. The NRA offers resources and training to ensure the safe and effective use of firearms as well as personal safety. Training courses are available that teach proactive strategies to avoid dangerous situations, self-defense using a firearm, as well as protection inside and outside the home.
The goal of FRISC is the unification of organized sportsmen and women of Rhode Island and nearby territory into a single body, thereby creating cooperative thought and action towards establishing and maintaining sane and suitable control of the restoration, protection and preservation of fish, game, and non-game wildlife and their habitats and to perpetuate with the high ethics and ideals the recreational sport of fishing, hunting, sport shooting, trapping, camping, horseback riding, reforestation, beautification, and clean waters.
Friends of the NRA is a grassroots fundraising program. Learn more about what is happening in Rhode Island.
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) serves as the chief steward of the state’s natural resources.