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1st Place Winner. Water Water Everywhere, Nor Any Drop to Drink. By Dan Gobbi. Dan said, "With the state in a severe drought there was no lack of sea water during this King Tide." Seabrook NH

And the King Tide NH 2016 Photo Contest Winners Are…

The New Hampshire Coastal Adaptation Workgroup is thrilled to announce the four prize-winning photos and photographers from the NH King Tide 2016 Photo Contest. We had 135 photo entries this year! These photos paint a picture of what we can expect to see more frequently with sea-level rise in the future. Thanks to all who participated, to our independent […]

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Photo by Heidi Davis, Newbury MA

Before We Ring in the New Year: Let’s Look Back at the 2015 King Tides Photo Contest Winners!

The NH Coastal Adaptation Workgroup wishes you all a fun and safe holiday and a Happy New Year! But before we head out for some quality family time, let’s look back at the photo contest winners from the October 2015 King Tide. Portland, ME – During high tides on October 28 and 29, 2015, coastal […]

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2014 Contest submission by Luisa Morgan

NH Citizens and Photographers Invited to Participate in King Tide Photo Contest Wednesday at Noon

NHCAW’s “King Tide” Photo Contest Goes International: NH Citizens and Photographers Invited to Capture Seacoast’s Highest Tide of the Year along with citizens from New Brunswick, Canada to Cape Cod, Massachusetts Durham, NH – King Tide, the highest tide of the year is rolling into the Seacoast midday this Wednesday October 28th. The New Hampshire […]

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Photo by Ron Sher. King Tide 2014 Photo Contest 1st Place Winner.

Portsmouth Mayor to Speak to Portsmouth High School Students on Climate Change and Present Prize to King Tides Photo Contest Winner

On Wednesday, November 19th, Portsmouth Mayor Robert Lister will be speaking to Portsmouth High School science students and the environmental club members about Portsmouth’s efforts in adapting to climate change and about what he’s learned on the issue after participating in a panel on sea level rise in Washington DC. Joining the mayor will be […]

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The winning photo by Jim Lee from 2011’s Contest.

“King Tide” Photo Contest & Evening Photo Show Announced: Citizens & Photographers Invited to Capture Seacoast’s Highest Tide of the Year to Win $250!

King Tide, the highest tide of the year, is rolling into the Seacoast on Thursday October 9th, and area residents and photographers have a chance to capture this natural event and enter their photos in the 3rd Annual NH King Tide Photo Contest. NHCAW is sponsoring the one-day contest to help residents and community leaders […]

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King Tide Gives Preview of Future

King Tide rolled into the Seacoast in late October and gave a preview of what we might experience regularly in the future as a result of rising sea levels. Folks had the opportunity to enter the PREP photo contest, hosted by NHCAW member Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership with the University of New Hampshire and Clean-Air […]

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