SHEA Newsletters

Past Newsletters

july 2020

SHEA Photo Contest

The Art of Great Photography Workshop

Keeping a Steady Eye on Sea Level Change from Space

Bringing Wetlands to Market



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may 2020

Green Grass, Clear Water

Protective Power of Wetlands

Role of Sediment in Our Environment

Four Types of Coastal Habitats


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February 2020

Flood Safety & Emergency Preparedness

NYC Startup Re-Nuble Turns Food Waste into Fertilizer

Beer Waste Helps Montana Town Save Money

One Minute Marshes


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December 2019

Flood Smart Roundtable

UNH Sails with Ocean Mapping with NOAA Grant

Bioplastic Made from Fish Scales Won Award

Making Household Cleaners



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october 2019

Durham Creative Art Project on Climate Change

Marshes Grow Stronger When Faced with Increased Carbon Dioxide

UNH Researchers Study Hurricanes




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August 2019

The Art of Good Photography

What’s the Difference Between Weather and Climate? 

Plastics or People? 

Know Your Tree Facts



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June 2019

Celebrate National Pollinator Week

Use Coffee Grounds in Your Garden

Ant-inspired Material Could Keep Buildings Cool

Canad to Ban Single-Use Plastics


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April 2019

Meteotsunamies Hit The East Coast

Green Crabs – It’s What’s For Dinner

Reduce Your Lawn

Surfboards From Dunkin Cups and Straws




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February 2019

10 Ways to Protect Estuaries

Oysters On The Half Shell are saving New York’s Eroding Harbor

Plan your Habitat Garden





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January 2019

First King Tide of 2019

Community Weather & Climate Change Tracking App

Floodsmart Roundtable Kickoff



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December 2018

Building a Floodsmart Seacoast

Long-Term Planning for Coastal Flooding

Salt Making in Hampton

Is your future home in a flood zone?



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October 2018

CAW Partners to Complete Coastal Resilience Projects

Solar Energy Largely Unscathed by Hurricane Florence’s Wind & Rain

High Water Mark Initiative for Coastal NH




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August 2018

Surrendering to High Seas

From Tree Spotters to Beach Brigades: A Golden Age of Citizen Science

UNH Studies Diners’ choices of underutilized fish species with local restaurants help 

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July 2018

What Alabama Can Teach You About Storm Resilience

2018 SHEA Photo Contest

Photo Workshop: Take Your Best Shot

Stand Up Paddleboard Demo






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