Category: SEA Updates


Something’s wrong, and it’s very complicated!

Seems that everywhere we look lately we are reading about or seeing major shifts in our marine ecosystems worldwide. Major changes are occurring. Is it human-caused or natural rhythms in nature? Each of us must decide for ourselves what is…

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Did You Know This?

Here’s an interesting article that I thought you might enjoy. ‘Blue tide’ returns to the Oregon coast, as countless jelly-like creatures wash ashore By Jamie Hale | The Oregonian/OregonLive | Posted May 31, 2019 at 04:08 PM | Updated May…

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Jordan Cove Update

I’ve been listening to arguments pro and con about the Jordan Cove pipeline and terminal for a few years, forming and expressing my own opinion about it. Regardless which side of the argument you or I come down on, it’s…

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Are you ready??

Unless you live in a cave or on a remote island without any communication with the rest of the world, you have undoubtedly read, heard and talked about the enormous problem of plastic in our environment. We listen, we watch,…

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Restoring Winter Lake in Oregon

I just finished reading NOAA’s Habitat News this morning and was so excited to see that they are regaling the efforts of NOAA, The Nature Conservancy and other environmental and governmental/tribal groups in Coos County for successfully restoring fish habitat…

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Seminar This Saturday 3 PM, at Washed Ashore on Marine Debris

We will be having our second annual Marine Debris Seminar at Washed Ashore this Saturday, February 16, 2019, beginning at 3 PM. Wine and Cheese will be served. Dorothy Horn, PhD student in Environmental Science and Management at Portland State…

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SEA’S ANNUAL MEETING UPDATE

On Saturday, October 27, 2018, SEA had its 28th Annual Meeting at the Bandon Community Center. Those who attended were treated to a fascinating presentation of research that was conducted on gray whales this summer in Port Orford by a…

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