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The Aquatic Resource Mitigation (ARM) Fund program is preparing for the 2021 grant round with an announcement of $2 million available in the Salmon Falls – Piscataqua River watershed. Learn more: https://www.des.nh.gov/blog/protecting-and-restoring-aquatic-resources
(Image credit: Jan McClure, The Nature Conservancy)

Portsmouth City Council votes to endorse more than $3 million in projects to protect city-owned Prescott Park from flooding and climate change threats https://www.seacoastonline.com/story/news/local/2021/02/23/portsmouth-nh-council-backs-projects-protect-prescott-park/4554165001/ @seacoastonline @FostersDailyDem

2020 Annual Climate Networks Meeting

2020 Annual Climate Networks Meeting

Out of Harm's Way Together November 10, 2020 Over 60 members of the NH Coastal Adaptation Workgroup (CAW) and ME Climate Change Adaptation Providers (CCAP) Network came together virtually for the 8th annual climate networks meeting. Objectives: Recognize...

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On Twitter

The Aquatic Resource Mitigation (ARM) Fund program is preparing for the 2021 grant round with an announcement of $2 million available in the Salmon Falls – Piscataqua River watershed. Learn more: https://www.des.nh.gov/blog/protecting-and-restoring-aquatic-resources
(Image credit: Jan McClure, The Nature Conservancy)

Portsmouth City Council votes to endorse more than $3 million in projects to protect city-owned Prescott Park from flooding and climate change threats https://www.seacoastonline.com/story/news/local/2021/02/23/portsmouth-nh-council-backs-projects-protect-prescott-park/4554165001/ @seacoastonline @FostersDailyDem