Land Use Events

Jul
13

Webinar on Habitat Connectivity

July 13, 2022

Photo of the Long Beach Peninsula, Washington coastline.\Photo by Visit Long Beach Peninsula
Long Beach Peninsula, Washington./Photo by Visit Long Beach Peninsula

We don’t usually list Washington-oriented events here, but habitat connectivity is as important in Oregon as it is in Washington, and the issues are highly similar.  Oregonians (and our many members who are Washington...

Jul
27

Webinar on Pesticide Spraying

July 27, 2022

 

Spraying an Oregon forest.
Spraying an Oregon forest.\Photo courtesy of OFRI.

The North Coast Communities for Watershed Protection (NCCWP) are offering a webinar, “It’s Spray Season,” for those concerned about water quality.  The online event, free and open to all, takes place on Wednesday, July 27, at 6...

Aug
11

Cape Falcon Marine Reserve Walk

August 11, 2022, Arch Cape

Cape Falcon, viewing the marine reserve.
Cape Falcon, viewing the marine reserve.\Photo by Alex Derr.

The North Coast Land Conservancy (NCLC) offers a “walk and talk” on the Elk Flats Trail to Devil’s Cauldron, within Oswald West State Park.  The event, from 10 a.m. to noon on Thursday, Aug. 11, is free and open to all, but...

Past Events

Mar
24

Coos Bay Waterfront Group Shows Film on Hope for Harbors

March 24, 2016, Coos Bay

Photo of Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Baltimore's Inner Harbor.

CONNECT! The Boardwalks is a community organization in Coos County that seeks to bring new life to Coos Bay’s waterfront through the improvement of the Coos Waterfront Walkway.  Their goal is to connect three separate boardwalks—the Coos Bay, Mill Casino and North...

Jan
7

Rally and Public Hearing on LNG Pipeline

January 7, 2016, North Bend

Photo of \"No Pipeline\" banner in front of coastal forest.
One potential Achilles’ heel for the LNG (liquefied natural gas) export terminal proposed for Coos Bay’s North Spit is the need for dredge-and-fill permits from the state.  The project, including its associated pipeline, will have a massive impact on the Coos Bay estuary, due to dredging for...
Jan
6

Rally and Public Hearing on LNG Pipeline

January 6, 2016, Medford

Photo of \"No Pipeline\" banner in front of coastal forest.
One potential Achilles’ heel for the LNG (liquefied natural gas) export terminal proposed for Coos Bay’s North Spit is the need for dredge-and-fill permits from the state.  The project, including its associated pipeline, will have a massive impact on the Coos Bay estuary, due to dredging for...
Dec
18

Jordan Cove LNG Terminal Land Use Hearing

December 18, 2015, Coquille

Jordan Cove LNG terminal, artist's conception.
Jordan Cove LNG terminal, artist's conception.
Coos County will consider a new application for land use approvals from the Jordan Cove Energy Project on Friday, December 18, at 1:30 p.m. in the Owen Building, 201 N. Adams in Coquille.  The application will be considered by a hearings...