Chris, if you're having humidity issues in your house and are worried about all of your lenses so long as you're just storing them I would suggest just picking up a pelican case big enough to store them in, and a few of the metal desiccant reusable packs (as mentioned above) and seal them all in there.

Not the bags, just the lenses for now you can always wash the bags in the washing machine and dry them if you have any issues but the lenses are your most important thing to keep safe.

The second thing I would store in there is any developed film you might have if you're having mold issues that could be a film killer, in-store the rest of your film in your fridge or freezer in ziplock bags or Tupperware containers.

If you're on a tight budget...


http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/330233-REG

You can always get foam later...

If you have the scratch...


http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/866284-REG

And here are the desiccant


http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/242571-REG

Check them weekly, if they change color just throw them in the oven for 3 hours and they are recharged! I would get 4 since your environment is so hostile

There's a reason why the military uses pelican cases....