Coos Bay ChapterThe Coos Bay Chapter is dedicated to the protection of oceans, waves and beaches in the greater Coos County area More Details
Thanks to all who came out this evening for a packed house event at the Savoy Theater. The Redfish Rocks marine reserve community team helped host an awesome forum with short films and video from the Port Orford nearshore as well as demonstrations by agency staff and local fisherman on research and monitoring. Special thanks to Dave Lacey and Briana Goodwin for all of their work and support on helping to put this together. Click below for a short clip from the event!
On March 7, the Redfish Rocks Community Team is hosting a public event from 6-8 PM at the Savoy Theater on the Redfish Rocks Marine Reserve and Protected Area. Come hear the latest updates on the marine reserve, including scientific activities being conducted by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (ODFW) and Oregon State University (OSU). The event will feature underwater footage of Port Orford’s nearshore on the big screen, as well as tasty morsels from Port Orford Sustainable Seafood. See you there!
The forth annual Port Orford Water Festival will be held on April 15 and 16 at the Community Building and the American Legion in Port Orford! Please sign up to volunteer for the event here!
Have fun with Port Orford K-8 students, enjoy local fish for lunch and receive a free reusable shopping bag! Activities for kids will include fish dissection, educational booths, scavenger hunt, prizes, and field trips. All activities are free! The Port Orford Water Festival is hosted by the Port Orford Ocean Resource Team and the Surfrider Foundation. For more information, please contact the POORT Office or visit our website