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Preparing for Climate Change Workshop #3 for Seabrook, Hampton Falls, and Hampton: Sea Level Affecting Marsh Migration

Who: Community members of Hampton, Hampton Falls, and Seabrook, including residents, businesses, town boards, staff and officials When: September 10, 2014; 6-7:30pm Where: Hampton Falls Fire Department (3 Drinkwater Rd, Hampton Falls) What: Learn about a model that shows how local salt marshes are likely to be affected by sea level rise, how it works, and what types of decisions it can […]

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Chris Keeley, NHCAW member and NH Sea Grant/UNH Cooperative Extension staff facilitates a workshop on how salt marshes protect against coastal storms. Champions in the making? Photo by Rebecca Zeiber

Preparing for Climate Change in the Hampton-Seabrook Estuary

  Story and photo by Rebecca Zeiber, N.H. Sea Grant Science Writer On an evening when some of the nearby roads were flooded from heavy rains, residents of Hampton, Hampton Falls and Seabrook met to discuss climate change and how their towns can work toward increased resilience to extreme weather events, sea level rise and […]

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Newfields residents developed an action plan to prepare for impacts of extreme weather on people, infrastructure, and natural resources.

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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