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Emergency Volunteer Corps of Nehalem Bay Annual Meeting to Address Local Earthquake and Tsunami Hazards April 22

The public is invited to attend the annual meeting of the Emergency Volunteer Corps of Nehalem Bay on Monday, April 22 at 1 p.m. at the Pine Grove Community House in Manzanita. Dr. Chris Goldfinger, PhD, a professor of Geology and Geophysics at Oregon State University and world-renowned expert on the Cascadia Subduction Zone, will be the featured speaker at the event. He will discuss in detail the earthquake and tsunami hazards faced by the Nehalem Bay Region. Goldfinger was... Read more →

Every 15 Minutes Program at Tillamook High School Tuesday April 23

On April 23, 2019 the Tillamook Police Department will be conducting a mock traffic crash in the turnaround area in front of the Tillamook High School located at 2605 12th Street as part of the Every 15 Minutes Program. The Every 15 Minutes program is a two-day program (April 23 & 24) focusing on high school juniors and seniors. The program challenges them to think about drinking, driving, personal safety, the responsibility of making mature decisions and the impact their... Read more →

North Coast bird monitoring trainings — Snowy Plover Patrol & Black Oystercatcher Trainings Sat. April 20th

If you enjoy bird-watching and want to combine that interest with helping protect birds and habitats, you’re in luck. A multitude of training opportunities and monitoring events are set to kick off this spring at various locations along the North Coast. No experience necessary, just a love of our coastal bird populations. Opportunities range from helping monitor western Snowy Plovers on beaches, Black Oystercatchers on our rocky shoreline, seabird nesting colonies off of Cape Falcon and Cannon Beach, and monitoring... Read more →

States Approve 2nd Spring Chinook Re-opener on Lower Columbia

Wednesday, April 17, 2019 CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Fishery managers from Oregon and Washington added two additional days, Saturday April 20 and Sunday April 21, to the lower Columbia spring Chinook fishery. The previous open days, which occurred last weekend, resulted in low catch rates due to poor water conditions. The open area remains unchanged from earlier this season, which is the Columbia River mainstem from the Warrior Rock deadline upstream to Beacon Rock, for both boat and bank angling, plus... Read more →

2019 – LOCAL EASTER EGG HUNTS (4/18/19)

Here are the Easter Egg Hunts happening in Tillamook County – thanks to Tammy at Tillamook Chamber for putting together this great list! Nestucca Valley Lions Nestucca JR/SR High School football field April 20th 9:00 am meet & take photos with Easter Bunny & A Fire Engine 10:00 am Egg Hunt Pre-school thru 4th Grade Also selling tickets for a Raffle 541-2272-9411 Tillamook Elks Elks RV Park (just past the rest area heading north on 101) April 20th at NOON... Read more →

Students to compete in underwater robotics contest in Lincoln City April 20

By Tiffany Woods, Oregon Sea Grant program LINCOLN CITY, Ore. – About 150 students in Oregon and Washington from elementary school through college will compete in Lincoln City on April 20 in an underwater robotics contest that tests their engineering and problem-solving skills. The 27 teams, which hail from 13 schools or organizations in 14 towns, will be showing off the remotely operated vehicles – or ROVs – they built for the annual MATE Oregon Regional ROV competition. The event... Read more →


By Zac Mallon, Coordinator, Lower Nehalem Watershed Council Wheeler, Oregon – Wow! On Saturday, March 9th, more than a 170 volunteers showed up bright and early for the 11th Biennial Nehalem Estuary Cleanup. Volunteers from the community and beyond pitched in by cleaning debris from the mud and high tide line, sorting through trash and recyclables, helping with set-up and take down, working morning registration, and hosting the celebration dinner. The amazing contributions from the community and the amount of... Read more →

‘Bring Back the Natives’ to Celebrate Earth Day Plant Sale and Potting Party April 20th Focuses on Restoring Native Plants to the Area

Don’t do it for yourself; do it for the birds and the bees. Native plants – those that occur naturally in a region in which they evolved – are the foundation of natural ecosystems and help protect biodiversity. Native plants help support local pollinator habitats – and that means more birds and bees living healthy, happy and well fed. Which is why the Tillamook Estuaries Partnership is hosting a native plant sale and potting party on April 20 at their... Read more →

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