November Ocean News

December 10, 2019Ocean News

Welcome to the Coast Range Association’s Oregon Coast Ocean News. We are happy to share timely and relevant climate & ocean news & events impacting the lives of Oregon’s Coastal residents.

To learn more and to get involved in our work, reach out to Jim Carlson, CRA’s coastal field staff person. He works with the great network of organizations and agencies that support the nearshore marine reserve system. Reach Jim on the phone, 503-801-5538, or at his email at jim@coastrange.org.

October Ocean News

November 19, 2019Ocean News

Welcome to the Coast Range Association’s Oregon Coast Ocean News. We are happy to share timely and relevant climate & ocean news & events impacting the lives of Oregon’s Coastal residents.

To learn more and to get involved in our work, reach out to Jim Carlson, CRA’s coastal field staff person. He works with the great network of organizations and agencies that support the nearshore marine reserve system. Reach Jim on the phone, 503-801-5538, or at his email at jim@coastrange.org.

CRA News – BLM Appeal, Forest Ballot Measures, and the Climate Crisis

October 15, 2019General, News

The Coast Range Association with eight other plaintiffs appeal in federal court BLM’s 2016 Forest Plan The Coast Range Association and eight other plaintiffs (Pacific Rivers lead plaintiff) filed an appeal in our lawsuit against the BLM’s Western Oregon Management Plans. Kristen L. Boyles and Jaimini Parekh of Earthjustice and Susan Jane M. Brown of … Read More

September Ocean News

September 26, 2019Ocean News

A monthly newsletter of ocean science, marine conservation and climate news. Welcome to the Coast Range Association’s Ocean News . We are happy to share important climate & ocean news impacting the lives of Oregon’s Coastal residents. To learn more and to get involved in our work, reach out to Jim Carlson, CRA’s coastal field … Read More

Big Timber’s House of Glass & the Climate Crisis

August 27, 2019General, News

Dear Friends,   For the past twenty years, Oregon’s lumber barons have been throwing stones at the Northwest Forest Plan. They’re mad because cheap federal timber is no longer available to feed their desire for profits. Because federal timber revenues are shared with counties, some county officials hurl stones at the NWFP for not cutting … Read More