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Exploring the wrack line by the Seavey Creek staddle with junior ranger #odiorne point. By Brian Wilson. Rye NH

Guest Blog Post: The Best Presentations in Life Are Short

NHCAW member and Strafford Regional Planning Commission Principal Planner Kyle Pimental recently gave a conference presentation about a project he worked on with NHCAW partners and Oyster River Middle School teachers, 5th graders, and their parents to explore how climate change affects our communities. In this blog post, Kyle shares some of his tips for giving a great presentation. It’s not always easy […]

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Register NOW for the 5th NH Coastal Climate Summit

Registration is open for the 5th Annual NH Coastal Climate Summit! HOW DO I REGISTER? Click here! WHEN IS IT? Friday, May 13, 2016 from 8:30am to 3:30pm WHERE IS IT? Hugh Gregg Coastal Conservation Center, Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, 89 Depot Rd., Greenland NH WHAT IS IT? A collaborative forum of scientists, […]

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2014 winning photo by Mike Barron

Register for the April 30 CAW Workshop

Preparing Our Coastal Communities: Using Climate Science to Guide NH Decisions for Today and Tomorrow What? Join us for a conversation with scientists who authored the recent NH Coastal Risks & Hazards Commission Science & Technical Advisory Panel report. The report includes the latest local projections for sea-level rise, precipitation amounts, and storm surges from coastal […]

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Photo of the Portsmouth, NH South End taken by Dianna Schulte

Tonight’s Portsmouth Science Cafe: Encroaching Tides

What is it? The University of New Hampshire, NH EPSCoR, and the Portsmouth Brewery present this month’s Science Cafe: How sea-level rise and tidal flooding threaten U.S. East and Gulf Coast Communities over the next 30 years. The Union of Concerned Scientists recently published a report that highlights Portsmouth, among other coastal communities, and the […]

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