Meet CAW

The New Hampshire Coastal Adaptation Workgroup (NHCAW) is a collaboration of 24 organizations working to ensure coastal watershed communities are resourceful, ready and resilient to the impacts of extreme weather and long term climate change. Get in touch!

NH Coastal Adaptation Workgroup

Partner Profile

Nathalie Morison

Nathalie Morison

Coastal Resilience Specialist, NH Department of Environmental Services Coastal Program

Since joining the NHDES Coastal Program in 2015, Nathalie has helped staff the NH Coastal Risk and Hazards Commission (CRHC) and continues to coordinate state agency and municipal implementation of CRHC recommendations through the NH Setting SAIL project. An active CAW member, Nathalie is one of the female brains behind CAW’s social media and annual King Tide photo contests. When asked what she loves most about CAW, Nathalie says: “The level of optimism and familial collaborative spirit among CAW members is both motivating and contagious. No task or challenge is too great for this group of dedicated adaptation professionals.”

Nathalie holds a Master of Environmental Management from Duke Univeristy and a B.A. in Marine Biology from Occidental College. Prior to returning home to NH, Nathalie served as a Planning and Policy Analyst for the Hawaii Coastal Zone Management Program in Honolulu, HI. When not at work, you can find Nathalie volunteering as an Alternate Member of the City of Portsmouth Conservation Commission, indulging in French cheese plates, experimenting in her at-home test kitchen, and day-dreaming of her next Caribbean vacation.

On Twitter

Kirsten Howard moderated a panel about how to elevate your home to protect it from flooding during the 2nd Flood Smart Seacoast Workshop. Learn about practical ways to build property level flood resilience at: @NHCAW #Watershed #NH

Keep an eye on the Hampton Harbor tide gauge these next few days as >10 ft high tides are expected today and tomorrow and could cause street flooding

What are you guys seeing in terms of high tide flooding? Feel free to share photos! #floodingfriday

Our Partners

New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Coastal Program
Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve Coastal Training Program
New Hampshire Department of Fish and Game
University of New Hampshire
University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension
New Hampshire Sea Grant
Natural Resources Outreach Coalition
Strafford Regional Planning Commission
Rockingham Planning Commission
City of Portsmouth
Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership
Town of Hampton
City of Dover
Town of Seabrook
Collins Engineers
Climate Solutions
Union of Concerned Scientists
The Nature Conservancy
Antioch University of New England
Horsley Witten
Collins Engineers
Geosyntec Consultants
New Hampshire GRANIT
Watersone Engineering
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration