I thought it would be fun to share a new sea level wayside that was installed at Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. This wayside was funded using money from my sea level and storm surge project. I'd like to thank the interpretation staff at the park for all their hard work coming up with a design for this. It really was great working with Aleutia Scott and her staff to come up with a design to help convey how important changes in land level are when trying to calculate vulnerability to sea level rise. This is just one wayside along with three others that will be installed in National Parks to help communicate how climate change will impact the coastal zone. Keep your eyes pealed for more waysides popping up in Gulf Islands National Seashore in Mississippi and Florida and Fire Island National Seashore in New York.