Shoreline Education for Awareness, Inc.


Against All Odds: The BLOY of Northern Elephant Rock

Author: Teri Spencer, Shoreline Education for Awareness (SEA) member Photos: Diane Bilderback, SEA member The beaches of the Southern Oregon coast are a wonderland of beautiful and unique sights, sounds and smells. One distinct sound frequently heard along our beaches…

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A Blue Whale’s Tale

In early September, the ocean was as flat as could be, with hardly a breeze.  “Thar she blows!” were the words from the 21 ft boat captain, Kent.  We all heard the blow off in the distance.  Kent, Steve, and Bruce,…

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Back to the Sand!

Around the world, it has been a tough one and a half years for everyone due to the COVID pandemic. Our local community has faced its own unique challenges and even SEA struggled with the lack of hands-on interpretation, especially…

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Beach & Riverside Cleanup, Bandon, Oregon

In Partnership with the Oregon Lottery Annual Volunteer Cleanup – Participate with local volunteers on Bandon beaches in this Oregon State-wide Cleanup Effort Saturday, September 25, 2021 in coordination with SOLVE, Oregon’s own solution to pollution… We hope you can…

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Ocean Policy Advisory Council Approves New Areas of Protection

Oregon’s Ocean Policy Advisory Council (OPAC) approves two new marine protected areas on Oregon’s southern coast, Coquille Point Marine Garden and Cape Blanco Marine Research Area. For the full story, click on this link:

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