Jessica Hamilton Keys, Board Member,
Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition
September 23, 2013
Carl and Millie Ehrman.
Photo by Niki Price
Lincoln County
Photo credit: DOGAMI Siletz Spit
Photo credit: DOGAMI
Oregon State University researchers analyze invasive species
that arrived with Japanese tsunami debris. Photo credit: OSU
...
Looking from Crook Point toward the Mack
Reef archipelago. Photo by Dave Ledig
Crook Point (far left)
Photo by Alex Derr
Debris slide affecting Coalbank Slough.
Photo courtesy of Coos Waterkeeper
Affected landowner Mike
Martin stands atop the
...
Coos Bay's North Spit, looking south. Site of the proposed
LNG facility is in the middle distance.
Henderson Marsh and sit...
The Ocean Sentinel resting at
the Port of Toledo.
Photo credit: Jessica Keys
Oregon Shores spent many an hour in meetings like
this one, guiding Oregon's ocean planning process.
Photo credits: Robin ...
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Jessica Hamilton Keys, Strategies 360

  1. 1. Jessica Hamilton Keys, Board Member, Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition September 23, 2013
  2. 2. Carl and Millie Ehrman. Photo by Niki Price Lincoln County Photo credit: DOGAMI Siletz Spit Photo credit: DOGAMI
  3. 3. Oregon State University researchers analyze invasive species that arrived with Japanese tsunami debris. Photo credit: OSU Japanese floats and bottle recently found on CoastWatch Mile 173. Photo by Julie Cheshire
  4. 4. Looking from Crook Point toward the Mack Reef archipelago. Photo by Dave Ledig Crook Point (far left) Photo by Alex Derr
  5. 5. Debris slide affecting Coalbank Slough. Photo courtesy of Coos Waterkeeper Affected landowner Mike Martin stands atop the debris slide. Photo by David Petrie
  6. 6. Coos Bay's North Spit, looking south. Site of the proposed LNG facility is in the middle distance. Henderson Marsh and site of proposed LNG facility. Photo by Courtney Johnson
  7. 7. The Ocean Sentinel resting at the Port of Toledo. Photo credit: Jessica Keys
  8. 8. Oregon Shores spent many an hour in meetings like this one, guiding Oregon's ocean planning process. Photo credits: Robin Hartmann, Oregon Shores Governor’s Office and crab fisherman review options for offshore renewable energy sites.

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