The Watershed Project and other local partners recently collaborated to design shoreline adaptation and multi-benefit infrastructure around the North Richmond wastewater treatment plant. San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority is working on the current design, which will include a horizontal levee to protect the plant from rising sea levels and new landscape designs to make the beach area more accessible for community members. Students created community outreach materials on the proposed North Richmond shoreline adaptation project. They compiled an annotated bibliography focused on three topics: history of environmental justice in Richmond, current shoreline adaptation technology, and socioeconomic implications of levees. This research informed a series of ten interviews with technical experts and community members, which they used to make an informational video on the living levee project.