Land Use Events

Sep
24

LCDC Considers Climate Policies

September 24, 2020

King tide, a preview of climate change, floods the Coquille Valley.\Photo by Alex Derr, with support from Lighthawk.

The Land Conservation and Development Commission (LCDC) with take up rulemaking with regard to its “Climate-Friendly” and “Equitable Communities” initiatives at its next...

Sep
25

Climate Plan Webinar

September 25, 2020

King tide washes up against Coquille, a preview of sea level rise due to climate change.\Photo by Alex Derr, with support from Lighthawk.

The state of Oregon’s Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) has released a review draft of the new Oregon Climate Change Adaptation...

Sep
27

Humbug Hike

September 27, 2020

Humbug Mountain.\Photo courtesy of the South Coast Striders.

The South Coast Striders are offering a hike to some of the best views on the coast on Sunday, Sept. 27, beginning at 9:30 a.m.  The objective:  Humbug Mountain and its vantage point along the Curry County coast.  Note that this...

Oct
31

Climate Plan Comment Deadline

October 31, 2020

King tide at Siletz National Wildlife Refuge.\Photo by A. Stickel.

The state of Oregon’s Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) has released a review draft of the new Oregon Climate Change Adaptation Framework. Public comments will be accepted until October 31.

The Framework...

Past Events

Jun
9

Elk River Symposium

June 9, 2017, Port Orford

Image of Elk River Symposium event at OSU Port Orford Field Station.

Don't miss this FREE event, "Elk River Symposium: Local Knowledge and Emerging Science." You'll hear from local stewards and stakeholders about conservation efforts in the community. Researchers will present emerging science and current research, and they'll discuss its importance to the...

Jun
3

National Trails Day: Cape Perpetua

June 3, 2017, Yachats

National Trails Day 2017 hike poster.
Credit: Yachats Trails

Join the Yachat Trails as they lead three separate guided hikes, suitable for all abilities and ages, at Cape Perpetua. Participants should meet at the Cape Perpetua Visitors Center at 9 a.m. For more information contact Joanne KittelThere is no need to sign up for...

Jun
1

Forest Management Talk

June 1, 2017, Newport

 Coastal forest habitat. Photo courtesy of U.S. Forest Service.
Coastal forest habitat. Photo courtesy of U.S. Forest Service.

The MidCoast Watersheds Council invites the public to “see the forest for more than the trees” with a talk by forester Matt Fehrenbacher on “Managing Forest Lands for Multiple Resources,” Thursday, June 1, 6:30 p.m. in the...

May
31

Mid-Coast Water Planning Partnership

May 31, 2017, Newport

Image of Clay Creek in Oregon.
Clay Creek | Photo courtesy of BLM

First Timers – If this is your first Partnership meeting, you are asked to arrive at 3:30 p.m. for an orientation.  For information about the origins and purpose of the Partnership, see our earlier article.  

At the May 31 meeting, they will wrap up Step One...

May
20

Citizen Science by Kayak

May 20, 2017, Seaside

Policeman's Helmet. Photo courtesy of Simplicius.
Policeman's Helmet. Photo courtesy of Simplicius.

The North Coast Land Conservancy and Necanicum Watershed Council are seeking skilled kayakers interested in participating in a citizen science project that will contribute to the eradication of an invasive species.

The groups seek to seek out...

May
17

Talk on Art and Nature

May 17, 2017, Seaside

Neal Maine. Photo courtesy of NCLC.
Neal Maine. Photo courtesy of NCLC.

As the founder and first executive director of the North Coast Land Conservancy, and before that an Oregon Shores board member, Neal Maine knows all about the gritty details of land use planning, water quality, restoration, and other aspects of...

May
14

Lecture on Conservation Photography

May 14, 2017, Netarts

Photographers William Finley and Herman Bohlman on the Oregon coast. Photo courtesy of Oregon Historical Society.
Photographers William Finley and Herman Bohlman on the Oregon coast. Photo courtesy of Oregon Historical Society.

The Oregon Historical Society is presenting a series of lectures called “Hunting Birds with a Camera:  How William Finley and Herman Bohlman Used Photography to Save Oregon’s...

May
12

Forest Book Launch

May 12, 2017, Manzanita

Poster for May The Forest Be With You event in Manzanita, Oregon.

Save the date of Friday, May 12 for the book release celebration of May the Forest Be With You, a project of Rockaway Beach Citizens for Watershed Protection.  The Hoffman Center for the Arts will be the setting as the creation of 24 different local artists, writers, scientists and musicians...

May
9

Hearing on Elliott State Forest

May 9, 2017, Salem

 Inside the Elliott State Forest. Photo by Greg Vaughn.
Inside the Elliott State Forest. Photo by Greg Vaughn.

The State Land Board, consisting of the Governor, Secretary of State, and Treasurer, meets on May 9, 10 a.m. until noon, to consider once again the fate of the Elliott State Forest.  The earlier decision was to sell off the forest to...

May
4

Talk on Lamprey Conservation

May 4, 2017, Newport

 Pacific lamprey. Photo courtesy of USFWS.
Pacific lamprey. Photo courtesy of USFWS.

The future of ancient creatures will be under consideration when the MidCoast Watersheds Council Conservation offers a presentation on “Conservation planning for three lampreys of coastal Oregon:  Western Brook Lamprey, Western River Lamprey, and...