Coos Bay ChapterThe Coos Bay Chapter is dedicated to the protection of oceans, waves and beaches in the greater Coos County area More Details
The Coos Bay Surfrider Chapter sponsored its first beach cleanup this weekend at Lighthouse Beach at 10AM on Sunday, July 8th. 22 volunteers from the community removed two truckloads of debris from the beach, including a large dock that has been sitting on the beach for months. Volunteers used crowbars and hammers to dismantle the dock, taking care to leave the styrofoam core intact. The Coos Bay Chapter is actively seeking new members and volunteers to help keep our beaches and waters clean and safe for our community. Email Carmen Matthews at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Ocean Frontiers film premiere in Brookings, Oregon, is hosted by Southwestern Oregon Community College and Lower Rogue Watershed Council.
Film Premiere Details:
Ocean Frontiers, 80 minutes
Friday, May 11, 2012
Krieger Community Room—Southwestern Oregon Community College Curry Campus
6:30-8:30pm (doors open 6:00pm)
SEATING IS LIMITED. PLEASE LEAVE A MESSAGE WITH YOUR NAME AND NUMBER OF GUESTS THAT WILL BE ATTENDING THE EVENT AT
3 Surf Camps this summer in Curry County!
We have some great ideas for this summers camps including partnering with Coast Guard, Port Orford Ocean Resource Team, Watershed Councils, more life guard challenges, a volunteer camp out on the Saturday nights and short field trips after surfing. We will be giving priority to kids who have not surfed in one of our camps previously. Please let us know if you would like to help in any or all of the camps and please share this volunteer opportunity with your surfing friends.
June 9th & 10th Port Orford- Hubbard Creek
July 7th & 8th Gold Beach- South Jetty Rogue River mouth
We could not do these awesome camps without your involvement. To volunteer please contact Michelle Carillo at: Michelle.Carrillo@oregonstate.edu 541 247-6672 or Dave Lacey at: email@example.com 541 373-0487
It’s coming! The 5th annual Port Orford Water Festival is nearly upon us and we hope you’ll join us again for this fun filled day of land to sea connectivity activities for the whole family. Over 14 organizations and agencies will have interactive booths and the afternoon will host a suite of activities from surfing and fishing lessons to workshops by NOAA partners. This year’s keynote speaker, First Lady of Oregon Cylvia Hayes. More info. Click below to check out some of the highlights from last year’s event.