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WORKING LANDSCAPES AND SEASCAPES
Wild Rivers Coast Alliance funds projects and initiatives that contribute to healthy species habitat while respecting the agricultural and community values on the South Coast. Our investments in Working Landscapes and Seascapes continue to have an impact and support community projects aimed at habitat restoration and increased salmonid populations. Our investments continue to increase the capacity of the regional land trust, propel restoration projects and contributed to the economic viability of local, sustainable fishing practices.
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Seafood Collaborative

The Southwestern Oregon Food System Collaborative is a group of local organizations who have come together around the idea of creating a thriving and resilient local food system in Coos, Curry, and Douglas counties [...]

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The Farm Trail

The Farm Trail project grew out of the Travel Oregon Rural Tourism Studio program. Wild Rivers Coast Farm Trail is a cooperative promotional effort by nine participating farmers and markets, led by the Eat Fresh and Local action team with support from the Bandon Chamber of Commerce and [...]

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Bandon High School Go Native Project

In 2013, Wild Rivers Coast Alliance awarded a $30,000 challenge grant to the Bandon High School Go Native project which required Go Native to raise the challenged amount from other sources before they were eligible to receive the grant from WRCA.  With the determination and dedication of Darcy Grahek, the […]

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Gorse Action Group

Gorse (Ulex europeaus) is an Oregon State Class B Noxious weed found in abundance on the southern Oregon coast. Gorse was intentionally introduced into the southern Oregon coast in the late 1800s and is now rated one of the top 100 worst invasive species worldwide (World Conservation Union), and the […]

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Beaver Slough Drainage District

The Beaver Slough Drainage District (BSDD) is developing an innovative conservation project in the Coquille River basin that will increase the productivity of agricultural lands and improve the health of critical salmon habitat.  This project demonstrates the working landscapes concept which highlights a mutual benefit for both landowners and conservation.

Using […]

SUSTAINABLE BUSINESSES AND NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Wild Rivers Coast Alliance funds projects and initiatives that contribute to healthy species habitat while respecting the agricultural and community values on the South Coast. Our investments in Working Landscapes and Seascapes continue to have an impact and support community projects aimed at habitat restoration and increased salmonid populations. Our investments continue to increase the capacity of the regional land trust, propel restoration projects and contributed to the economic viability of local, sustainable fishing practices.
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Scenic Bikeway

Oregon has the only Scenic Bikeways program in the nation, featuring routes that have been suggested, reviewed, ridden, and adopted by locals. Advocates of the Wild Rivers Scenic Bikeway are championing a plan for the Oregon Coast’s first Designated Scenic Bikeway route.

The proposed 61-mile-long Wild Rivers Coast Bikeway starts at Battle […]

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Wild Rivers Coast Regional Tourism Development

Throughout the past two years, the Wild Rivers Coast tourism committee has been working with Travel Oregon on destination development that will increase regional economic expansion through tourism. The region’s desire to raise the regional profile has spurred collaboration between Travel Oregon and Wild Rivers Coast Alliance to co-fund part-time […]

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Valley Flora

Valley Flora: Langlois, Ore.
A narrow two-lane road traveling alongside Floras Creek, enters into the heart of the Wild Rivers Coast.

Driving, cycling or walking a one and a half mile stretch from the South Coastal State Highway 101, this road divides the sun-kissed hills of red and orange brush, and opens […]

CAPACITY BUILDING AND INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIPS
Wild Rivers Coast Alliance funds projects and initiatives that contribute to healthy species habitat while respecting the agricultural and community values on the South Coast. Our investments in Working Landscapes and Seascapes continue to have an impact and support community projects aimed at habitat restoration and increased salmonid populations. Our investments continue to increase the capacity of the regional land trust, propel restoration projects and contributed to the economic viability of local, sustainable fishing practices.
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Wild Rivers Land Trust

The mission of Wild Rivers Land Trust (WRLT) is to protect the natural treasures and working lands on Oregon’s Wild Rivers Coast in perpetuity [...]

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Washed Ashore

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Secretary of State John Kerry and his wife spent time admiring one of Washed Ashore’s marine debris sculptures with Executive & Artistic Director Angela Haseltine Pozzi at the U.S.State Dept’s ‘Our Ocean’ Conference in Washington DC […]