KING TIDE CONTESTS

Snap the Shore, Face the Future!

Each year, CAW invites citizens to grab their cameras and document extreme high tides during its annual King Tide Photo Contest to raise awareness of New Hampshire’s rising tides. Photographing King Tides is an effective way to help coastal communities identify areas prone to flooding, visualize potential impacts of sea-level rise, and plan for the future. Check out the gallery of winning photos from past contests and stay tuned for more information about upcoming contests below.

Stay tuned for the 2021 King Tide contest

Winners Gallery

The following gallery of images features winning photos from CAW’s past King Tide photo contests. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @nhcoastaladaptation to see more photos of New Hampshire’s extreme high tides!

On Twitter

This week's program in the @fema BRIC and FMA Webinar Series will discuss climate change, future conditions and how nature-based solutions can help build community resilience against these issues.
https://www.fema.gov/grants/mitigation/2021-building-resilient-infrastructure-and-communities-and-flood-mitigation-assistance-programs

“You have to understand all the things you see around you, all these extreme events, are all signals of a changing climate."

@NHBulletinNews interviewed CAW co-chairs Sherry Godlewski and Abigail Lyon for an insightful article about climate impacts in NH: https://newhampshirebulletin.com/2021/07/13/this-is-definitely-on-us-june-brings-record-breaking-heat/

Where to take photos