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Free Online Event for Coastal Communities on Impacts of Rising Water Levels

10/21/2021 - US Harbors is hosting a free, online conference with internationally renowned experts speaking on key aspects of rising coastal water levels. The purpose of the event is to help communities understand what is happening--and predicted to happen--with rising water-levels and learn about how to track, and plan for, these conditions. EVENT… SEE MORE
Harbormaster Day Celebrations

Harbormaster Profile: Kathy Given of Belfast, Maine

10/8/2021 - Kathy Given, Belfast Harbormaster, has been working on the water in Maine for almost 28 years. We hope you will join us today at 4PM EST as we celebrate hardworking harbormasters across the country. [video width="1080" height="1920" mp4="https://www.usharbors.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/KathyGiven_Belfast.mp4"][/video] https://www.usharbors.com/2021/10/celebrate-national-harbormaster-appreciation-day-live-on-october-8th-with-us-harbors/   SEE MORE
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Summer Storms were a Climate Change Wake-up Call for Subways

10/7/2021 - By Philip Marcelo and David Porter. NEW YORK (AP) — When the remnants of Hurricane Ida dumped record-breaking rain on the East Coast this month, staircases into New York City’s subway tunnels turned into waterfalls and train tracks became canals. In Philadelphia, a commuter line along the Schuylkill River was washed out… SEE MORE