Land Use Events

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...

Nov
1

Dellenback Dunes Hike

November 1, 2020, Lakeside

View of the Dellenback Dunes.\Photo courtesy of South Coast Striders.

The South Coast Striders are offering a free hike on the Dellenback Dunes trail on Sunday, Nov. 1, beginning at 10 a.m. The hike is limited to 15 people, but if there is enough demand and additional leaders volunteer, more...

Nov
5

Facebook Drilling Comment Deadline

November 5, 2020

Facebook's onshore drilling site in Tierra del Mar.\Photo by Edmund Ruttledge.

The Oregon Department of State Lands (DSL) has opened a public review and comment period for Edge Cable Holdings LLC’s encroachment easement application. “Edge Cable” is in reality Facebook.  Members of the public...

Past Events

Jun
28

Blacklock Point Hike

June 28, 2020

Blacklock Point from the air.\Photo by Alex Derr, with support from Lighthawk.

The South Coast Striders are offering a hike to one of the coast’s most beautiful spots, Blacklock Point in Curry County.  The hike is limited to 15 people to allow for social distancing, but if enough people...

Jun
26

Invasive Plant Detection Training

June 26, 2020

Invasive Yellow Flag Iris.\Photo by James St. John.

The Pacific Northwest Invasive Plant Council will hold a series of online sessions this year that provide training in “Early Detection/Rapid Response (EDRR),” the watchwords for those hoping to nip invasive species in the bud.  The first...

Jun
25

Seminar on Beachgrass Hybrid

June 25, 2020

Beach at Bob Straub State Park, with beachgrass in the foreground.\Photo by Bonnie Moreland.

Those who missed CoastWatch’s seminar with Rebecca Mostow on the recently discovered beachgrass hybrid that will be the focus of a new citizen science project will get another opportunity.  Mostow...

Jun
14

Cape Arago Hike

June 14, 2020

Cape Arago from the air.|Photo by Alex Derr.

The Southcoast Striders have resumed leading hikes, with new precautions.  Hikes require registration, and are limited to 15 people (although if there is enough demand, and additional hike leaders can be recruited, more can be accommodated with...

Jun
6

Coastal Backyard Bird Count

June 6, 2020

Red Crossbill, seen at Del Rey Beach.\Photo by Molly Sultany.

The North Coast Land Conservancy is sponsoring the first-ever Great Coastal Backyard Bird Count on Saturday, June 6, all day.

Everyone, from novice to expert, is invited to participate. Just step outside anywhere on the Oregon...

Jun
5

Jordan Cove Story Online

June 5, 2020

Anti-LNG rally.\Photo by Jody McCaffree.
Anti-LNG rally.\Photo by Jody McCaffree.

On Friday, June 5, 6:30 p.m., a number of the groups working against the proposed Jordan Cove LNG export terminal (a coalition of which Oregon Shores is a part) are hosting an online slideshow, “The Long and Twisted Tale of Jordan Cove LNG.”  The...

Jun
4

Scotch Broom Symposium—Day 3

June 4, 2020

Scotch Broom on Oregon Coast.
Scotch Broom on Oregon Coast.

Scotch Broom disrupts ecosystems and crowds out native plants throughout the Pacific Northwest, and especially on the Oregon coast.  Therefore, the 2020 Scotch Broom Symposium may be of interest to Oregonians seeking to suppress invasive species affecting the...

Jun
3

Scotch Broom Symposium—Day 2

June 3, 2020

Volunteers celebrate removal of invasive Scotch Broom from Oregon Dunes.\Photo by Dina Pavlis.
Volunteers celebrate removal of invasive Scotch Broom from Oregon Dunes.\Photo by Dina Pavlis.

Scotch Broom disrupts ecosystems and crowds out native plants throughout the Pacific Northwest, and especially on the Oregon coast.  Therefore, the 2020 Scotch Broom Symposium may be of interest to...

Jun
2

Scotch Broom Symposium

June 2, 2020

Volunteers removing Scotch Broom in the Oregon Dunes.\Photo by Dina Pavlis.
Volunteers removing Scotch Broom in the Oregon Dunes.\Photo by Dina Pavlis.

Scotch Broom disrupts ecosystems and crowds out native plants throughout the Pacific Northwest, and especially on the Oregon coast.  Therefore, the 2020 Scotch Broom Symposium may be of interest to Oregonians seeking...