Stabilize dunes across the five barrier beach towns of Great Marsh, complete marsh restoration efforts in the Hampton-Seabrook Estuary, conduct a sediment placement pilot in Great Bay Estuary, and create a scholarship initiative focused on climate adaptation across the states. Project will preserve and strengthen the resiliency of broader Great Marsh and reduce human vulnerability to the growing risks from coastal storms and sea level rise, with direct benefits to fish and wildlife.
NFWF Grant Profile
National Coastal Resilience Fund
Project Title: Building Coastal Resilience for the Broader Great Marsh System of New Hampshire and Massachusetts
University of New Hampshire
Broader Great Marsh high priority resiliency hubs representing the ecological boundaries of Great Marsh Estuary (e.g., Great Marsh, Hampton-Seabrook Estuary & NH Seacoast) with restoration activities focused on Seabrook, Hampton, Hampton Falls & Durham (NH) and Salisbury, Newburyport & Newbury (MA).