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October 28, 2014


These are participatory mapping tools that a number of Sea Grant programs are using for community-based work addressing both climate and stormwater issues.

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The Crow's Nest Blog

The Crow’s Nest Blog

Since 2011, New Hampshire Sea Grant has helped to develop and contribute to “The Crow's Nest” blog about climate adaptation in New Hampshire, which is available on StormSmart Coasts, as a tool to communicate timely information about events and resources available to communities related to adaptation

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The Watershed Game

The Watershed Game

The Watershed Game is an interactive tool that was developed by Minnesota Sea Grant as part of the Northland Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) program to help participants understand the connection between land use and water quality, as well as the degree to which implementing best management practices across land uses and sectors within a watershed is critical for reaching a water quality goal.

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