About What is POCSA?

The Port Orford Community Stewardship Area is biologically diverse and encompasses terrestrial, freshwater, intertidal, and ocean environments.

The Stewardship Area is 1,320 square miles, and includes 385 square miles of terrestrial habitat and 935 square miles of ocean habitat. The area is 30 miles long (north to south), extends 18 miles offshore (west), and encompasses the Elk and Sixes River watersheds.

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Port Orford Stewardship Community Area (Map and Overview)

Port Orford Stewardship Community Area (Color Map)

Definition of Port Orford Community Stewardship Area (City of Port Orford)

Oregon Fishermen Protect Ocean, Way of Life (Ocean Frontiers)

The Dawn of a New Era in Ocean Stewardship (Ocean Frontiers)

Ecosystem-Based Management Outreach in Port Orford, Oregon (SeaWeb)

Ecosystem Based Management Comes to S. Oregon Port (Triple Pundit)

Port Orford Ocean Resource Team and POCSA (POORT)

Sustainability (Port Orford Sustainable Seafood)

Will The Country Follow Its Ocean Pioneers? (Ecotrust Blog)

Southern Oregon Coast Mixing Nature, Tradition and Economics for a Sustainable Future (Triple Pundit)

Port Orford Community Coop

General Sustainability Links

SLDI Project Goes Carbon Negative (Triple Pundit)

“You are brilliant, and the Earth is hiring” (Triple Pundit)

A Sustainable Development Effort 100 Years in the Making (Triple Pundit)

Co-ops: Sustainable Solution for Economic Growth (Triple Pundit)