Returning To The Reserves: Lars Robison

With a profession spanning five decades off of a 15-mile stretch of coastline, this charter boat captain’s sense of place for the Cascade Head Marine Reserve area remains deep and unchanged. Join us as we talk with Lars Robison and explore his knowledge of the reserve, how he came to know these waters, and his continued connections with this place. 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

Competing Values in Conservation

How do you measure tradeoffs when comparing positive outcomes for one group of people versus the negative outcomes to another? Creating a new wilderness area, designating a wild and scenic river, or creating marine reserves all provide conservation benefits. However, there are tradeoffs. Read More

Back to the Future

With the help of our many partners in academia, the fishing industry, coastal communities and non-government organizations 2015 proved to be a busy year. Check out some of the Program highlights over the past year! Read More