Meet CAW

The New Hampshire Coastal Adaptation Workgroup (CAW) is a collaboration of over 30 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!

On Twitter

Check out some of the innovative #stormwater management strategies the City of Dover has undertaken to address impacts from climate change, summarized in an article by Kyle Pimental from @StraffordRPC and Ben Sweeney from @NHDES - https://www.nhcaw.org/innovative-approaches-to-stormwater-management-improve-resiliency/

Getting to the NH Seacoast is expected to get a lot more difficult in the future due to rising sea levels, according to the recently completed Seacoast Transportation Corridor Vulnerability Assessment. http://ow.ly/QQlr50JUeH2 @RPC_NH @UofNH @NHDES @NewHampshireDOT

Our Partners

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