You may utilize the waters of the Coos Bay estuary to go fishing or for recreation, yet do you know about the many components that make the Coos Bay estuary a unique environment? Between the strong commercial fishing industry and the thriving bay grasses, the Coos Bay estuary is a hub for recreation, conservation, economic development, and part of the solution to climate change. You’ll have the opportunity to learn more about all of this in the Coos Bay Estuary webinar series every fourth Thursday of the month at 5:30PM from February to July.
On Thursday, February 24 at 5:30PM PST, the Coos Bay Estuary webinar series will begin to dive into the fascinating components that make the Coos Bay estuary an essential ecosystem to protect. The first webinar will focus on the rivers, wetlands, and other important boundaries of the Coos Bay estuary.
Series schedule (Fourth Thursday of each month at 5:30 PM):
-Thursday, February 24: Coos Bay Estuary 101 (recording available)
-Thursday, March 24: Native People in the Coos Bay Estuary (recording available)
-Thursday, April 28: Healthy Estuaries: An Essential Climate Solution (session will be rescheduled)
-Thursday, May 26: The Superpowers of Eelgrass
-Thursday, June 23: Fishing, Crabbing, Recreation, and More: The Economy of Coos Bay
-Thursday, July 28: Protect the Coos Bay Estuary