HighWaterLine is being realized globally by diverse local residents. It is their knowledge, ideas and innovative solutions that bring this project to life. Here are their stories.
I’m watching the October rains washing away our chalk line, created by communities at flood risk throughout Bristol in September, 2014. But the interest in HighWaterLine Bristol continues to rise.
I live in … Continue reading
Brian Lemmerman shares his thoughts on HighWaterLine|Miami and resiliency with Resilient Miami.
“I see Miami as a place that feels connected, neighbors know one another, where communities have gathering places, where politics is not entirely one-sided, where everyone has a say in how their place is going to … Continue reading
“The experience of chalking the line made us really proud, especially sharing it with our children, and having our children knowing what they were doing…In my mother intuition it felt like this … Continue reading
Adam Schachner shares his experience with HighWaterLine|Miami and making Miami more resilient with Resilient Miami.
“It was part encouraging to see an active interest was being formed among those we were encountering, and it was very moving to be able to…be able to participate in living form of art … Continue reading
Matthew Toro, who created the maps and animations on Miami’s flooding, discusses his ideas on resilience and HighWaterLine with Resilient Miami.
“When I was putting together the maps, I was in disbelief. I had to continually recheck the data to make sure that I was doing it right and verify … Continue reading
Emily Eisenhauer discusses her ideas on resilience and HighWaterLine with Resilient Miami.
“If you can just get people from different sectors to come together and start talking about this, than that in and of itself is a success…we started doing some of that in this project.”