KHAW SERVPRO Press Release 10/29/17
Conference Announcement, 6/27/17
In the News
“Keeping History Above Water: Conference on Heritage Sites and Rising Waters,” AASLH . Sarah Sutton, 11/16/17
“Flooding May Become Everyday Occurrence in Low Sea Level Areas of Maryland,” CBS Baltimore. 11/1/17
“Our Say: Keeping History Above Water Not a Metaphor,” Capital Gazette. 11/1/17
“Sea Level Rise in Annapolis: Officials Say Daily Nuisance Flooding on the Horizon,” Capital Gazette. Rachael Pacella,10/31/17
“Water Works: Annapolis, Private Groups Prep for Floods,” Capital Gazette. Danielle Ohl, 10/30/17
“Keeping History Above Water Conference Seeks to Keep Annapolis High and Dry,” Capital Gazette. Selene San Felice, 10/29/27
Rising sea levels threaten $19 billion in real estate across Maryland, study says,” Capital Gazette. Catherine Rentz, 10/28/17. See also: Baltimore Sun.
“Annapolis Reveals Weather It Together Story Map on Sea Levels,” Patch. 10/24/17.
Maryland Heritage Fund Highlight, 10/18/17
“Why Flood Insurance is not Just for Rainy Day,” Capital Gazette. Lisa Craig, 9/2/17
“Second Annual Keeping History Above Water Conference Coming to Annapolis,” Conduit. Kevin Kinnally, 8/9/17
“Annapolis Looks to Keep Its History Above Water,” Route Fifty. Bill Lucia, 7/30/17
“Daily floods could plague Annapolis in 50 years,” CBS Baltimore. 6/29/17
“Conference Set on Keeping US Colonial History Above Water,” Associated Press. Brian Witte, 6/25/17
“How One Small City is Making Big Moves in Resilience Planning,” Cities Speak. Paul Konz, 6/23/17
“Preserving Newport’s Architectural History in the Face of Sea Level Rise,” Puddingstone Post. Meaghan O’Neill, 6/8/17
“Annapolis seeks to fight sea level rise without losing its waterfront charm,” The Baltimore Sun. Kevin Rector, 5/1/16
Reports and Related Climate News
“Climate Change Journalist Warns: ‘Mother Nature Is Playing By Different Rules Now,'” Fresh Air, NPR. 10/24/17
“The Dutch Have Solutions to Rising Seas. The World is Watching,” New York Times. Michael Kimmelman, 6/15/17
“On the Front Lines of Tidal Flooding,” Encroaching Tides: How Sea Level Rise and Tidal Flooding Threaten US East and Gulf Coast Communities over the Next 30 Years. Union of Concerned Scientists, 2014.