With sea-level rise, waterfront owners confront their options

A house and bulkead (circa 2013) before it was moved to make room for sea-level rise. Photo courtesy: John Vechey

A house on Orcas Island (circa 2013) before it was moved back to make room for sea-level rise. Photo courtesy: John Vechey

Climate change could cause sea levels to rise more than four feet in some parts of Puget Sound, leaving shoreline residents with some tough decisions. Experts say fighting the waves with conventional seawalls may not be the answer.

Read the story in our online magazine Salish Sea Currents

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