Course at a Glance

Course:
A Focused Humboldt Bay Sea Level Rise Study, Communities at Risk: King Salmon and Fields Landing
Date:
April 10
Location:
Online
Cost:
$15

A Focused Humboldt Bay Sea Level Rise Study, Communities at Risk: King Salmon and Fields Landing

24181

With Aldaron Laird, Sea Level Rise Planner, and Jerry Rohde, Local Historian

Explore pre-contact conditions and the historical development of the King Salmon-Fields Landing section of Humboldt Bay. Delve into recent shoreline studies and vulnerability assessments to describe current conditions and historical legacies in these communities. We will learn about sea level rise on Humboldt Bay, how and when it might impact these communities, and how people can become informed and collaborate to seek solutions.

Sat., April 10 • 1-3 p.m.

Online

$15 • Class #: 24181

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Aldaron Laird

Aldaron Laird is an environmental planning consultant who has specialized in sea level rise vulnerability assessments and adaptation planning on Humboldt Bay. Since 2010, Aldaron has been active in promoting a regional approach to sea level rise planning on Humboldt Bay. He is also an avid kayaker who has circumnavigated all 102 miles of Humboldt Bay's shoreline. Aldaron's photographs of Humboldt Bay were featured in an exhibit at the Morris Graves Museum of Art.

 

Jerry Rohde

Jerry Rohde

Jerry Rohde has taught for HSU OLLI since the beginning. He has co-authored four books about northwestern California and is writing a trilogy about Humboldt County history.