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Two of the Coastal Research Volunteers received the 2017 Gulf of Maine Council Award for their efforts to protect the health and sustainability of the... Learn More
New Hampshire roads as far as two miles from the ocean are facing a new threat that can’t be currently seen by drivers: Rising groundwater caused by i... Learn More
A SeaTrek Program is getting a much-needed update to reflect more current scientific knowledge about climate change and ocean acidification. Learn More
This summer has been dry in New Hampshire -- so dry, in fact, that many Seacoast towns have enacted restrictions or bans on certain types of water usa... Learn More
Two undergraduates from UNH have been selected as 2016 Doyle Fellows with N.H. Sea Grant. Learn More
Many of us know that plankton form the basis of the aquatic food chain, but aside from that, these miniature creatures are probably a bit of a mystery... Learn More
We spend a lot of time with water here at N.H. Sea Grant — whether it’s time spent directly on the water, teaching people about water and sustainable ... Learn More
A marine docent gives their perspective on their time with the Family Boat Building Program. Learn More
Kim Reed, the planning and zoning administrator for the Town of Rye, N.H., is the recipient of the 2016 Coastal Adaptation Workground (CAW) Climate Ch... Learn More
The Woodman Museum in Dover, N.H., hosted a day-long "Discover the Ocean" event last week run by the UNH Marine Docents. Learn More