“When a scholar such as Professor Gerhardt has done the tremendous labor of identifying the sites, and doing the historical, scientific and policy research that applies, the experience of walking a landscape such as Sayreville’s can be an extraordinary experience.”
— Alison Isenberg, Princeton Professor of History
The inspiration for and planning of the High Water Line: New Jersey was detailed in a feature story on the Princeton University homepage. Click here to read more!
NJ Spotlight News
NJ Spotlight News attended a chalk-and-walk tour in Sayreville to document the effort to, as Gerhardt told the outlet, “encourage curiosity among communities and to encourage engagement,” and capture local residents’ responses to the inundation facing Sayreville and similar communities in New Jersey.