Humboldt County Gets State Help In Prepping For Sea Rise
Drive from Arcata to Eureka on 101, and the water in the bay looks like it's right at the road level. Which is not a good thing. Because sea levels are rising and the land is subsiding.
The disappearing of land into water could have greater impacts in Humboldt County than anywhere else in California.
Earlier this month (August 9), the California Coastal Commission awarded a $50,000 grant to Humboldt County to develop collaborative strategies to address sea level rise for some of the county’s most vulnerable areas.
John Ford runs the county Planning and Building Department. He joins us with details of how the grant money will be used.