Ocean Events

Oct
28

Webinar on Rocky Habitat Campaign

October 28, 2020

Our colleagues at the Audubon Chapter of Lincoln City are working on protections for two sites as part of the state’s Rocky Habitat Management Strategy, at Cape Foulweather and Cape Lookout.  They are planning a webinar to discuss the campaign to...

Oct
29

Talk on Art and Science

October 29, 2020

Fernanda Oyarzun at work in her studio.\Photo courtesy of Schmidt Ocean Institute.

The Oregon Institute of Marine Biology is hosting an online talk on art and science by Dr. Fernanda Oyarzun, “My Intertidal:  Between Art and Science,” on Thursday, Oct. 29, at 10 a.m.

Dr. Oyarzun is a...

Oct
29

Seminar on Fisheries Observation

October 29, 2020

Newport's fishing fleet.\Photo by Kirt Edblom.

The Hatfield Marine Science Center (HMSC) Seminar Series has moved online for the duration of the pandemic.  Next up, on Thursday, Oct. 29, 3:30 p.m., is a presentation entitled “The Northwest Fisheries Science Center Observer Program: What is...

Oct
30

Meeting on Ocean Science

October 30, 2020

Intertidal research underway at Cascade Head Marine Reserve.\Photo courtesy of ODFW.

The Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC), which provides expertise on marine reserves to the state’s Ocean Policy Advisory Council (OPACT), meets online on Friday, Oct. 30, 1-4 p.m.  The...

Nov
5

Virtual State of the Coast Conference

November 5, 2020

The State of the Coast Conference is an annual tradition, but like just about everything else in our world of late, it will look different this year. The entire conference has been moved online.  The good news is that the conference is free this year, and open to...

Nov
6

Virtual State of the Coast Conference

November 6, 2020

This year’s State of the Coast Conference has been moved online.  The good news is that the conference is free this year, and open to everyone.

This is the second day of the conference, which will take place Nov. 5-6.  No schedule is available...

Past Events

Oct
13

Coastline Habitat Change Seminar

October 13, 2017, Charleston

Pacific Rim National Park, BC Canada
Pacific Rim National Park in British Columbia, Canada. | Photo by Jack Aloha

As part of the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology’s Fall Seminar Series, Margot Hessing-Lewis from the Hakai Institute (BC Canada) will speak on, “Stressed and disturbed; coastline complexity and biodiversity...

Oct
12

Lecture on Life on the Edge

October 12, 2017, Manzanita

North coast shoreline.\Photo by Kirt Edblom.
North coast shoreline.\Photo by Kirt Edblom.

Katie Voelke, the North Coast Land Conservancy’s executive director, will speak on “The Wild and Rare in Our Own Backyards:  Life in the Coastal Edge,” on Thursday, Oct. 12, in Manzanita’s Pine Grove Community House (225 Laneda Ave.).  Her talk is...

Oct
12

Conservation Strategy Talk

October 12, 2017, Newport

 Paul Engelmeyer (purple sweater) leading Marbled Murrelet survey.
Paul Engelmeyer (purple sweater) leading Marbled Murrelet survey.

The Newport 60+ Activity Center is hosting a talk by long-time coastal conservationist Paul Engelmeyer on Thursday, Oct. 12, at 2 p.m. in the center’s Multi-Purpose Room.  He will speak on “Land and Sea Conservation Issues...

Oct
6

Galapagos Marine Ecology Seminar

October 6, 2017, Charleston

Sally Lightfoot Crab in the Galapagos.
Sally Lightfoot Crab in the Galapagos. | Photo by Justin Clayton

As part of the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology’s Fall Seminar Series, Jon Witman of Brown University will speak on "Towards an integration of scale and complexity in marine ecology: examples from the Galapagos rocky...

Oct
6

Mapping Symposium

October 6, 2017, Florence

Gathering data on shoreline use near marine reserves.\Photo courtesy of ODFW.
Gathering data on shoreline use near marine reserves.\Photo courtesy of ODFW.

Anyone interested in how information is being mapped in the field, using a wide range of tools such as smartphones and tablets, is invited to “Symposium by the Sea:  From Field to Table—Stories in Mapping.” The...

Sep
30

Stand Up For The Bay

September 30, 2017, Coos Bay

Stand Up For The Bay.
From Coos Bay Surfrider.

Stand Up! For The Bay is a community event designed to bring the bay and waterways into the focus of citizens in the community. The event will take place in downtown Coos Bay, at the public dock/boardwalk on Sept. 30. Registration starts at 9 a.m.; paddle kickoff is...

Sep
23

Beach and River Cleanups

September 23, 2017

coastal cleanup day
Courtesy of the Ocean Conservancy

In partnership with volunteer organizations and individuals from around the world, the Ocean Conservancy's International Coastal Cleanup has been occurring for nearly three decades. This event engages people to remove trash from the world's beaches and...

Sep
16

Beach Cleanup and Scavenger Hunt

September 16, 2017, Manzanita

Photo from Ocean Blue Project, Inc.

The Ocean Blue Project, Inc. will be hosting a beach cleanup for families involving a treasure map, beach cleanup, games for youth, and a scavenger hunt in honor of International Coastal Cleanup Month. 

Ocean Blue will be placing a message in a bottle. If...

Sep
16

Surfrider http://solveoregon.org/volunteer-beach-riverside-cleanupNewport Fall Cleanups

September 16, 2017, Newport

Nye Beach in Oregon at sunset.
Nye Beach in Oregon at sunset. | Photo by Linda Cochran

The Newport Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation is organizing a "Fall 5 Beach Clean Up" to take place on Sept. 16. After the cleanups, participants will rendevous back at Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site (just north of the mouth of...