Volunteers at New Hampshire’s Great Bay Reserve get their hands dirty and boots wet on a regular basis: in 2019, they spent more than 200 hours gathering estuary data.
For Great Bay’s 30th anniversary, the Reserve unearthed a time capsule from 1999 containing children’s wishes for the future of the Bay.
It is a truth universally acknowledged—many things are better with buffers. However, until now there has not been a way for New Hampshire communities to receive regulatory credit for restoring or maintaining buffers. >
Collegial beers and shoreline planning pair well in New Hampshire, where the Great Bay Reserve and partners are hosting professional networking and learning sessions that bring consultants and scientists together. >
On Capitol Hill Coast Day, a team of coastal programs from New Hampshire showed the value of collaboration for coastal resilience.
Ever wondered what it would be like to use the tricorder from Star Trek? To scan an environment and learn what kinds of creatures live there?