Students Help Cities Plan for Sea Level Rise

An exciting new science education and digital storytelling project is being piloted this king tide season!  High school science students in San Francisco Bay Area schools will learn about sea level rise in the classroom, and then document how their own communities will be impacted in the future.  The data that students gather will be used by municipal planners in vulnerability assessments and community outreach.  The project is funded by a California Coastal Commission Whale Tail grant, and supported by Marin and San Mateo counties.  For more information, visit www.yessproject.org .