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    Fort Rock State Park

    The remains of an ancient volcano, Fort Rock provided shelter for native peoples and numerous outdoor adventures for modern explorers.

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    Hiking The Crack in the Ground

    This unique geologic formation is located in a remote part of Oregon but offers some amazing hiking opportunities.

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    Here on the Edge: The Story of Civilian Public Service Camp #56 with Steve McQuiddy

    Author Steve McQuiddy presents the story of how a small group of World War II conscientious objectors on the Oregon Coast plowed the ground for social and cultural revolution.

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    Dive into Volunteering at the Oregon Coast Aquarium

    Whether you are a young aspiring marine biologist, a seasoned diver, or simply an ocean or animal advocate, here's your chance to join the Aquarium’s volunteer team.

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    Aquarium Youth Team Place First at Salmon Bowl

    The Oregon Coast Aquarium’s team of six high school students have placed first at the Salmon Bowl and are on their way to the National Ocean Sciences Bowl.

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    Jane Kertis: Ecological Effects of Fire on Vegetation in the Oregon Coast Range

    Siuslaw National Forest ecologist Jane Kertis will present on historic drivers of fire (climate, geology, landforms) and discuss how humans have affected and influenced fire activity.

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    Year of the Vaquita Survey

    This survey is now closed.

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    King Tides Wrap-Up Celebration

    Join CoastWatch for the conclusion of this season's King Tide Project, through which volunteer photographers documented these highest tides of the year.

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    On A Mission To Save A Butterfly

    A group of teens from Pennsylvania travel to Oregon on a mission to help save a critically endangered butterfly.

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    Diving into Oregon's Kelp Forests

    Though invisible to most people without the aid of a boat or SCUBA gear, kelp forests are a dominant ecosystem along much of Oregon’s coastline. Learn more about them and how to effectively teach about them in your program.

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