Flooding in a coastal town after Superstorm Sandy. Photo credit: New Jersey Sea Grant Many communities do not consider their vulnerability to coastal hazards like
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Rhode Island Sea Grant Lays Groundwork for Long Island Offshore Wind Farm Approved to Power 50,000 Homes
Wind turbine as part of the nation’s first offshore wind farm off of Block Island. Photo credit: Rhode Island Sea Grant A growing global market
Beachgoers walk along small portion of uncovered beach during a King Tide. Photo credit: Hawaii Sea Grant Hawai`i Sea Grant partnered with the City and
Kayaker enjoys the Broad Creek waterfront from the water. Photo credit: Christopher Katalinas, National Sea Grant Office A new kayak launch installed by the Nanticoke
Virtual reality installation, nicknamed “Owl,” on the Santa Monica Pier. Photo credit: USC Sea Grant Planning for the impacts of sea level rise are a
Minnesota and Wisconsin Sea Grant programs developed innovative ways to recycle and reuse dredge material. Photo credit: Chris J. Benson Over 100,000 cubic yards of
Hawai'i Sea Grant helps homeowners adapt and respond to coastal impacts.
Community Resilience: Prioritizing Green and Natural Stormwater Infrastructure in Vermont Development
Vermont communities were devastated by flooding during extreme storm events. The state has prioritized the use of green stormwater infrastructure. Lake Champlain Sea Grant is working with partners to help communities become more flood resilient.