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RECENT NEWS
OUR SPRING 2017 NEWSLETTER
OUR SPRING 2017 NEWSLETTERWild Rivers Coast Alliance
New Sea Grant hire aims to boost tourism
New Sea Grant hire aims to boost tourismOSU
WRCA is philanthropic arm of Bandon Dunes
WRCA is philanthropic arm of Bandon DunesThe World
Philanthropy: giving with purpose
Philanthropy: giving with purposeThe World
Coquille Working Landscapes
Coquille Working LandscapesCoquille Working Landscapes
Farm Trail Shows the Way to Eat Fresh
Farm Trail Shows the Way to Eat FreshThe Bandon Western World
Wild Rivers Coast Scenic Bikeway
Wild Rivers Coast Scenic BikewayRide Oregon Ride
Travel to the Oregon Coast
Travel to the Oregon CoastTravel Oregon
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ANNUAL REPORTS
Each year WRCA produces an Annual Report to highlight the prior year’s accomplishments. Read about the impact WRCA has had on the south coast of Oregon throughout the years by clicking on the Annual Reports below.
WRCA 2016 ANNUAL REPORT

In this 2016 annual report, we reflect on WRCA’s impact over our first 5 years in operation. We are guided by our vision of a thriving south coast of Oregon and share in this report some of our grantee’s successes that have helped create additional jobs in the communities we serve, strengthen local non-profits, restore and enhance streams, and strengthen working landscapes on the south coast of Oregon.

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WRCA 2015 ANNUAL REPORT

In this 2015 annual report, we provide you with a snapshot of our philanthropic efforts. Our support has helped to create additional jobs in the communities we serve, restore and enhance streams, and strengthen thousands of acres of working landscapes.

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2014_ARWRCA 2014 ANNUAL REPORT

In order to guide its work and grantmaking, in 2014 WRCA formed a learning and evaluation plan to provide the framework to accomplish its goals.

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WRCar2013A 2013 ANNUAL REPORT

WRCA is committed to funding projects and building partnerships that advance conservation, community, and the economy on the South Coast. By leveraging its local knowledge, relationships, and resources, WRCA encourage others in the funding community to become involved.

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ar2012WRCA 2012 ANNUAL REPORT

Wild Rivers Coast Alliance looks for its investments to become a multiplier and a reason for others to co-invest. WRCA’s strong community presence and knowledge of local project and investment opportunities positions the organization well to work with regional and national funders interested in joining WRCA to invest in the South Coast.

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NEWS ARCHIVE
OREGON RURAL TOURISM STUDIO PROGRAM
OREGON RURAL TOURISM STUDIO PROGRAMTravel Oregon
Bandon Dunes boosts South Coast economy
Bandon Dunes boosts South Coast economyThe World
Scenic bikeway dedication in Port Orford
Scenic bikeway dedication in Port OrfordThe Bandon Western World
Smithsonian’s National Zoo & Washed Ashore
Smithsonian’s National Zoo & Washed AshoreFriends of the National Zoo
North Carolina to Oregon by bike
North Carolina to Oregon by bikeThe Bandon Western World
WRCA Sponsors 2015 Cranberry Festival
WRCA Sponsors 2015 Cranberry FestivalThe Bandon Western World
Ocean Trash Fish Made for Tourists on Earth Day
Ocean Trash Fish Made for Tourists on Earth DaySpoke
Wild Rivers Center Opens at Resort
Wild Rivers Center Opens at ResortThe World
The Power of Travel and Tourism
The Power of Travel and TourismTravel Oregon
Eat Fresh Eat Local
Eat Fresh Eat LocalThe Curry Coastal Pilot
Washed Ashore Turns Ocean's Trash Into Art
Washed Ashore Turns Ocean's Trash Into ArtThe Westernly Sun
67th Cranberry Festival Deemed a Success
67th Cranberry Festival Deemed a Success The Bandon Western World
City Park Will Go Native
City Park Will Go NativeBandon High School Go Native Project
Coos, Curry FEAST Summit
Coos, Curry FEAST SummitThe Bandon Western World
Preserve's Proceeds Top $1 Million
Preserve's Proceeds Top $1 MillionThe Coos Bay World
Bandon Preserve: A Course With A Mission
Bandon Preserve: A Course With A MissionWRCA