Coos Bay ChapterThe Coos Bay Chapter is dedicated to the protection of oceans, waves and beaches in the greater Coos County area More Details
On March 4th, the Port Orford Ocean Resource Team (POORT) and Surfrider kicked off our stormdrain marking program in Port Orford. The goal is to remind folks that we are part of the Hubbard Creek and Elk River watersheds, and that all pollution on land ends up in the sea. This spring we’ll be marking stormdrains throughout town. Please let us know if you’d like to lend a hand! Pictured in photo (Rachel Moore, Pete Stauffer, Aaron Longton).
The Port Orford Ocean Resource Team and the Surfrider Foundation present Port Orford Water Festival 2008!! The First Annual Water Festival will be held on March 7-8th at the Community Center in Port Orford. Come learn about the ocean, the rivers, and the people protecting them by visiting a variety of display booths! Dissect a fish, win the scavenger hunt, and learn to fish on the mighty Elk River! Take a walk down to the dock and learn about the boats and the port. Come play with some of the creatures that live under the sea. Learn about Surfrider’s Blue Water Task Force Program in Port Orford. The Festival will kick off at 6pm Friday with our keynote speaker Dr. Jane Lubchenco, who will be speaking at the Savoy Theater on her paper, ‘A New Ocean Ethic’. This is your chance to learn more about our water resources and how to protect them! All activities are free! For more information, or to volunteer at the event, contact email@example.com . Click here for more info: Kid%27s_flyer.pdf
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