Water spills onto Hoopers Island Road, up the coast from Crisfield, during high tide. The bay is a foot deeper than it was at the start of the 20th century, meaning that storm surges are higher, and land in the region is sinking.

From Greg Kahn’s project: 3 Millimeters. Accepted for Blue Earth sponsorship, January 2014.

Calling all documentary filmmakers and photographers! Blue Earth’s next application deadline is January 20th, 2015.

Blue Earth sponsors documentary projects whose goal is to educate the public about critical environmental and social issues. We are primarily interested in work that is educational and informational in nature and will consider proposals of any geographic scope involving the photographic and motion picture mediums. Our standard contract sponsors the project for two years.

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