2019 Fish On! Hook and Line Newsletter

Another successful year of hook and line surveys is completed, which means another edition of our annual FishOn! Hook and Line Newsletter. This past year we caught and sampled 1,250 fish representing 18 different species at Redfish and Cape Falcon. Check out the FishOn! Newsletter to see more highlights and data from our surveys in 2019. Read More

Returning to the Reserves

People’s experiences with the ocean – the smell of salt, the spray of waves, the rolling storms and the stunning calms — have a way of creating a sense of connectedness. Read more about our upcoming series that looks at different people’s sense of place and their different connections with the ocean. Read More

Infographic: 2019 Highlights

A few ODFW Marine Reserves Program highlights from 2019, including studying microplastics in fish, new scientific research publications, $93,490 in vessel contracts with local fishermen and more. Read More

Upcoming STAC Meeting

The Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC) will be meeting remotely on Thursday, August 29th, 2019 from 9:00AM to 12:00PM. This will be a virtual meeting. The agenda and information about how to join is available here. STAC will be continuing discussions on planning for the 2023 Marine Reserves Program evaluation.  Read More

Update: Cape Falcon Management Plan

We’d like to thank everyone who has provided input as part of the development of the Cape Falcon Management Plan – we’ve had lots of participation. From the many North Coast residents who attended workshops this past fall, to one on one conversations that provided many innovative ideas – we appreciate all of the input. Read More

Online Survey for Cape Falcon

Have an idea about how we can better communicate with north coast communities? Or an idea on a project you’d like to see happen a Cape Falcon? We’re currently developing a site management plan for the Cape Falcon Marine Reserve and want to hear from you. Read More