CoastWatch

CoastWatch, a citizen monitoring program, engages Oregonians in stewardship over their shoreline.

CoastWatch offers opportunities to learn about shoreline ecology and contribute to coastal research and conservation.

Volunteers adopt mile-long segments of Oregon's coast, reporting natural changes and human-induced impacts.  Learn about shoreline ecology, land use planning, and ocean management, and help sustain the health of one of the most biologically diverse and productive coastlines in the world.

 

CoastWatch Events

Fawn Custer teaching about rocky shores.\Photo by Alex Derr.
Oct
23

Beachwalk and King Tide Training

October 23, 2017, Lincoln City
Oct
28

Beached Bird Survey Training

October 28, 2017, Astoria
Oct
29

Beached Bird Survey Training

October 29, 2017, Cannon Beach
Nov
4

King Tide Project, First Series

November 4, 2017 - November 6, 2017
Nov
4

King Tide Field Trip

November 4, 2017, Charleston
Nov
5

King Tide Rendezvous

November 5, 2017, Depoe Bay
Nov
6

King Tide Rendezvous

November 6, 2017, Yachats
Nov
9

Coastal Hazards Conversation

November 9, 2017, Astoria