Welcome to the Crow’s Nest!

Did you know that crows have the highest brain-to-body ratio among all bird species? It’s true! Okay, I promise to keep the gloating to a minimum. The true intention of the Crow’s Nest is to spread the word on the exciting activities in climate preparedness in New Hampshire. Until next time, “CAW!”

-Connie Crow

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The 2014 Coastal N.H. Climate Summit registration is now full.

The event space has reached its capacity. Please contact Steve Miller, Great Bay NERR, to be put on a waiting list, at [email protected]  or (603) 294-0146; (603) 778-0015 ext 305. **** The 2014 Coastal N.H. Climate Summit III Collaborating for Solutions: Choices Ahead When: April 10, 2014 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM Where: Hugh Gregg Coastal [...]

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N.H. Coastal Climate Summit Agenda is Now Available!

The 2014 Coastal N.H. Climate Summit III Collaborating for Solutions: Choices Ahead View the agenda.  Register Online. Every year, the summit focuses on recently completed climate adaptation research and municipal adaptation projects; this year’s theme of “Choice Ahead” will be the focus of the discussions. The keynote speaker this year is Dr. Robert J. Johnston, [...]

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Registration is now open for the 2014 Coastal N.H. Climate Summit

The 2014 Coastal N.H. Climate Summit III Collaborating for Solutions: Choices Ahead Register Online. When: April 10, 2014 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM Where: Hugh Gregg Coastal Conservation Center and the Great Bay Discovery Center What: An annual discussion and collaborative forum among scientists, agencies, municipal leaders, watershed organizations and citizens concerned about the impacts [...]

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Early Bird Registration Extended for Local Solutions: Northeast Climate Change Preparedness Conference!

Local Solutions: Northeast Climate Change Preparedness Conference May 19-21, 2014 at the Center of New Hampshire in Manchester Early bird registration (20% off) extended. Prices will increase on March 21. Register here. This regional conference is designed for local planners and decision makers to understand how to create healthy resilient communities that are better prepared to [...]

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Opportunity for No-Cost Assistance with Planning for Coastal Flood Hazards and Climate Change Impacts

Coastal zone communities are invited to apply for free assistance with planning for coastal flood hazards and climate change impacts. Two communities will be selected for this project using this application.  Applications are due by February 14, 2014. With assistance from the project team, participating communities will: Develop a local action plan to adjust to our changing [...]

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N.H. Coastal Climate Summit Date Announced!

Save the Date! April 10, 2014 8:30am to 3:30pm 2014 Coastal New Hampshire Climate Summit III Collaborating for Solutions Location:  Hugh Gregg Coastal Conservation Center and the Great Bay Discovery Center, Greenland, N.H. Hosted by: The Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, the New Hampshire Coastal Adaptation Workgroup, and the NERRS Science Collaborative An annual [...]

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Walking the Floodplain to Protect Historic Portsmouth from Sea Level Rise

Kirsten Howard  (cross-posted from The Great American Adaptation Road Trip: www.adaptationstories.com) With the road trip part of the Adaptation Stories project now complete, I’m walking along narrow brick lined streets through the Historic District of my new hometown: Portsmouth, New Hampshire. This quaint Atlantic Seacoast community was the third settled U.S. city, so the homes in [...]

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Last chance to participate in Climate Adaptation Role-play

What: Dover Climate Adaptation Workshop When: December 19; 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm How could climate change affect Dover? What should we do? Let’s play a game! The City of Dover, in partnership with the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve System and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is co-hosting a series of events to [...]

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