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It's a little rough out there! This little guy has come ashore to rest. Please remember to give these animals space on the beach, it is where they come to take a break when storms hit.

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Today is the first day back on the beach for HRAP staff! Good luck and thanks for keeping the Rock safe! ... See MoreSee Less

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Nala CardilloWoo hoo! How many cool critters have y'all seen thus far? And are any seabirds back early? Have fun out there and thanks for all you do to protect these precious resources through education 🙂1 week ago

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Friends of Haystack Rock shared Oregon King Tides Photo Project's King Tides Wrap-Up Party: North Coast. ... See MoreSee Less

The last of our celebrations of a successful King Tide Project for winter 2016-2017 takes place in Cannon Beach on Friday, February 10, at 5:30 p.m., hosted by the Pacific Coast Brewing Company (264 T...

King Tides Wrap-Up Party: North Coast

Feb 10, 5:30pm - Feb 10, 8:00pm

Public Coast Brewing Company

The last of our celebrations of a successful King Tide Project for winter 2016-2017 takes place in Cannon Beach on Friday, February 10, at 5:30 p.m., hosted by the Pacific Coast Brewing Company (264 T...

Citizen science opportunity! Meet us tomorrow at the bottom of the stairs in front of Haystack Rock at 2:00 p.m. We will be doing a COASST Bird Survey! Hope you join us! ... See MoreSee Less

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A small but vocal alliance of timber interests, county commissioners and state officials consistently push to clearcut nearly all of the North Coast state forests. To balance conservation and logging, the Wild Salmon Center, the North Coast State Forest Coalition and other local partners, have spearheaded efforts to designate conservation areas in the Tillamook and Clatsop.

Their work is taking hold, with 140,000 acres protected and more in the works. In 2015, the North Coast coalition proposed new protected areas around the Wilson, Trask and Kilchis rivers and around Kings Mountain, to permanently conserve some of the most popular areas of the North Coast. Learn more about this at tonight's talk. The talk will be held at the Cannon Beach Library at 7:00 p.m. , Bob Van Dyk will be presenting “How to Help Protect Over 50,000 Acres of Forest in Clatsop County”. Hope to see you there!
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Two ways you can help protect Clatsop and Tillamook forests...

#1 -Check out this month's World of Haystack Rock's library lecture, Bob Van Dyk will be presenting “How to Help Protect Over 50,000 Acres of Forest in Clatsop County”. It starts at 7:00 p.m.

#2 -A timber-industry backed lawsuit is challenging the state’s right to manage the Tillamook and Clatsop state forests for multiple benefits – clean water, fish, wildlife, and recreation, as well as significant timber harvest. The $1.4 billion suit against the state is being spearheaded by Linn County and timber interests with mills around the Tillamook and Clatsop. It could lead to accelerated clearcutting on the forests to cover the suit’s damages. Because it’s a class action lawsuit, all Western Oregon counties, school districts and other government bodies that derive some timber revenue from the forests are automatically parties to the suit. Unless they proactively opt out, in the next two months. Tell county commissioners that our forests are too important to sacrifice to short-sighted logging interests. Urge them to opt-out.
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Beth Juvenal WiseWhat day/where is the library lecture?2 weeks ago

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