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  • Wherever your journeys take you... share them on The Stream.

  • Capture some animals (on film) and share them with us!

  • A surfer? Hiker? Outdoor adventurer? What are your interests?

  • Show off your favorite photos or videos to other young people.

  • What kind of outdoor adventures do you enjoy?

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    Conservation Projects

    Help save and restore Oregon's natural areas by getting involved in a conservation project.

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    Building ROVs

    If you're interested in engineering, try building a remotely operated underwater robot!

  • Life In Ruins: Yaquina City and Paradise Lost

    If you travel along the Yaquina Bay Road about three to four miles east of Newport, you can still see signs of the little community called Yaquina City.

  • Life In Ruins: Golden's Tarnished Ecosystem

    Once a prosperous gold-mining community, this picturesque ghost town is also an example of habitat destruction and reclamation.

  • Life In Ruins: The West Battery

    Fort Stevens State Park is a great place to go wildlife spotting. How many species can you identify living among the ruins of this old military base?

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    Life In Ruins

    Looking for an interesting project on observing nature? Look at life in an abandoned place.

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    MacKenzie's Lost Worlds In Stone

    Meet MacKenzie Smith, a young man with a big passion for fossil hunting. As the youngest member of the North America Research Group, MacKenize explains his fascination with ancient life and how you can discover it, too.

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    Fossil Hunting

    Remnants from Oregon's prehistoric past can be found lying on many of our public beaches.

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    Wreck Diving

    Diving sunken ships and aircraft is a popular and growing recreational activity. Check out this slideshow of wreck dives from around the world.

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    Diving The Oregon Coast

    Most divers will tell you that diving along the Oregon Coast is difficult at best. Unless you know a secret place... filled with sharks.

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