Projects

Since 2009, CAW partners and communities have worked together on nearly 100 projects totaling over $6 million in grant funding. From building community capacity to research and assessment and on the ground action, CAW projects help New Hampshire’s coastal watershed communities become resourceful, ready, and resilient. Stay tuned as we add more projects to the Project Portal.

Recent Projects

Browse our project portal and check out our project map to see where we’ve worked.

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