When Waters Collide

The Pacific changes color depending on its mood. Sometimes it’s clear and blue, then it changes to murky green or brown. And sometimes, there’s long colored bands in the water, like those seen the last couple of weeks off the central Oregon Coast. 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

Field Season Kicks into High Gear

As winter storms transition to spring rains, underwater visibility usually increases and research field season kicks into high gear. The ecological research team conducts multiple studies at Oregon’s 5 marine reserves and 8 comparison areas along the Oregon coast – and 2019 is already jam packed. 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

2018 Year in Review

We’re diving into 2018 highlights with a video. From oceanography to SCUBA surveys, and intertidal monitoring, to hook-and-line surveys, it’s been a busy year. Read More