• Woman sits at desk with laptop computer, report next to her.

    Champions of climate adaptation

    A new report written by 2014 Doyle Fellow Alexandra Philip (UNH '15) explores what it means to be a champion of climate adaptation in coastal New England communities.

  • Families learn to use sailboats on a pond.

    Anchors aweigh

    Dreaming of summer fun on the water? Your family can build a 12' sailboat in a weekend with help from the UNH Marine Docents. Applications are now being accepted. Photo by: Karl Schoppe.

  • Two women make and serve seaweed smoothies to event attendees.

    Kelp is on the way

    Seaweed smoothie, anyone? NHSG/UNHCE teamed up with Maine Sea Grant and Stages at One Washington for two recent tasting events featuring seaweed.

  • Conference attendees gather around a map of the Seacoast to discuss shoreline management options.

    Managing the N.H. shoreline

    From sea walls to sand dunes, a recent conference featured the options available and tradeoffs associated with managing the coast for climate adaptation.

  • close-up of tiny blue mussels held in a woman's hand.

    Grow, baby, grow

    With expertise from NHSG/UNHCE, a new blue mussel aquaculture business is in the works for N.H. that will supply fresh mussels to consumers in spring 2015.

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