CoastWatch Events

CoastWatch intertidal field trip.  Photo by Alex Derr.
CoastWatch intertidal field trip. Photo by Alex Derr.
Aug
19

Virtual Citizen Science Pub

August 19, 2020

Dr. Julia Parrish.\Photo by Benjamin Hammond.

The Hatfield Marine Science Center’s Science on Tap series of pub talks like so much else has moved online, but it still going strong.  You have to supply your own beer, but you can still watch fascinating talks.  These events are free and open...

Aug
27

Cape Perpetua Volunteer Appreciation

August 27, 2020

Cape Perpetua from the air.\Photo by Alex Derr, with support from Lighthawk.

The annual Cape Perpetua Volunteer Appreciation Event celebrates the wide range of voluntary activity focused on that stretch of Oregon’s shore (including the monitoring done by CoastWatchers).  It is usually a...

Past Events

Jul
6

Information Meeting on Ocean Renewable Energy

July 6, 2017, Portland

Experimental wave energy device in operation.
Experimental wave energy device in operation.

The Department of State Lands is holding a public meeting to provide information on its rulemaking process to implement the requirements of recent administrative and legislative actions affecting the placement of ocean renewable energy devices in...

Jun
27

Science on the Grill

June 27, 2017, Garibaldi

The dock at Garibaldi.\Photo by Sonja Peterson.
The dock at Garibaldi.\Photo by Sonja Peterson.

Join the Friends of the Cape Falcon Marine Reserve and enjoy an afternoon of free food and science down at the Port of Garibaldi dock on Tuesday, from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.  Learn about marine science from biologists from the Oregon Department of...

Jun
27

Birding at Ecola Creek Forest Reserve

June 27, 2017, Cannon Beach

Image of Ecola State Forest Park in Oregon.
Ecola State Forest Park. | Photo by Zack Schnepf

Join the North Coast Land Conservancy (NCLC) with naturalist Mike Patterson for an early-morning birdwatching walk in Ecola Creek Forest Reserve. The NCLC was excited to help the City of Cannon Beach acquire the initial 120 acres of the Ecola...