The Coastal Adaptation Workgroup’s King Tide Contest helps raise awareness about New Hampshire’s rising sea levels.
Head to the shore on November 14-17 to photograph or take a short video of the extreme high tides.
Submit a total of 3 photos/videos across the three contest categories: Atlantic, Great Bay, or Creative.
The best part? YOU ARE THE JUDGE.
Vote for your favorite entries November 18 – December 2, 2020. The entries that receive the most votes in each of the Contest Categories win a $100 gift card to support a local restaurant of their choosing.
Oh…and did we mention: ANYONE can enter and it’s totally FREE! https://www.nhcaw.org/kingtidenh2020/
Follow announcements on this event page for more updates and tips about where and when to take photos/videos and how to enter.
You can also follow CAW on Instagram at @nhcoastaladaptation or on Twitter at @nhcaw for more info.
More about King Tides: A King Tide occurs when the moon, earth, and sun are aligned, and the sun’s gravity helps tug on the oceans a little more, causing the tides to be higher. These extreme high tides give us a glimpse what sea-level rise will look like in our region. Documenting King Tides is an effective way to help coastal communities identify areas prone to flooding, visualize potential impacts of sea-level rise, and start planning for the future. In other words, snap the shore, face the future. #kingtidenh2020