Coos Bay Estuary and Its People:
Past, Present, Future
Why it matters: Proposed developments can affect key estuary functions. Choices made today regarding uses must be based on understanding the estuary and how it works. Come and learn more about this important natural resource.
A Panel of Professionals Discussed:
Tribal uses, past and present
History of industrial and community developments
What lives in it and how it "works"
Jobs, current and future
Food, recreation, and enjoyment
on November 8th at the Egyptian Theater
Recordings of this presentation are available NOW!
We have separated the presentation into 2 parts with each video being no more than an hour in length. We have also provided time markers for when each section within the video starts.
- Welcome & Introduction - at the start
- History of development and the people & institutions who are working to understand & communicate about the estuary - 16 min. mark
- Organizations that educate & do research - 44 min. mark
- Shellfish in the estuary - at the start
- Tourism & Recreation - 20 min. mark
- Organisms that live in the estuary - 29 min. mark
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