THANK YOU For Supporting The Sixes River Firefighters!

THANK YOU For Supporting The Sixes River Firefighters!

Download Our Poster [PDF] Nathan Malamud here! It was a heck of a three-day weekend at the fun-packed Cape Blanco Country Music Festival! Not only did we all get to see incredible performances of some of our favorite musicians, but it was the perfect opportunity…

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Journeying Oregon’s New Marine Reserves by Bike

Journeying Oregon’s New Marine Reserves by Bike

Redfish Rocks was recently featured by National Geographic — Read the full story at voices.nationalgeographic.com Our journey ends at Oregon’s southernmost marine reserve: Redfish Rocks. Leaving behind the rugged majesty of Cape Perpetua, we cycle 175 miles south ​… ​Beyond that, the landscape we enter…

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Redwood Tree Clones Planted @ Buffington Park

Redwood Tree Clones Planted @ Buffington Park

(Port Orford, OR – June 13, 2015) The non-profit Archangel Ancient Tree Archive has planted genetic duplicates of some of the largest and oldest champion coast redwood trees in the world at Port Orford Buffington Memorial Park – www.enjoyportorford.com/buffingtonpark.html Archangel Ancient Tree Archive has used…

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#REFOREST POCSA @ Rare Tree Reserve

#REFOREST POCSA @ Rare Tree Reserve

Archangel Ancient Tree Archive partnered with Rare Tree Reserve along with community leaders and children, to develop a pilot project to demonstrate the value of reforesting clear cut forest land with disease-resistant Port Orford cedar within its natural habitat, and to introduce Champion Coast Redwoods…

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Redfish Rocks On The Docks

Redfish Rocks On The Docks

Scenes from the Redfish Rocks on the Docks Event that took place Saturday, April 19 2015, at The Historic Port of Port Orford. Read more about the event at the Redfish Rocks Community Team website.

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Elk River Salmon Emphasis Area

Elk River Salmon Emphasis Area

Elk River Salmon Emphasis Area from Trout Unlimited on Vimeo. The Elk River is a unique salmon and steelhead stronghold on the Pacific coast, a shimmering gem within a geographical region that has lost many of its original salmon and steelhead runs due to water…

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Children Witness Jurassic Event

Children Witness Jurassic Event

They stood in the wet grass, silently. He had made a circle, ninety-five feet in circumference, with bright white rope which contrasted brilliantly on the grassy meadow. They stood there, around the circle, almost touching hands with each other. A feeling of pride rushed over…

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