Elakha Alliance Guest Presenter – American Cetacean Society Oregon Chapter (11/12/2022)

Join Peter Hatch as represents the Elakha Alliance in the Virtual Speaker Series for the American Cetacean Society-Oregon Chapter in November. Redfish Rocks Marine Reserve, Port Orford, OR. Photo by…

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Oregon Ocean Paddling Society Monthly Meeting – Elakha Alliance (6/29/22)

Oregon Ocean Paddling Society Monthly Meeting featuring the Elakha Alliance Point Lobos Foundation Virtual Chapter MeetingJune 29th, 20226:30pm-8:00pm Register for virtual meeting here. Join Chanel Hason, Director of Outreach &…

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OMSI Science Pub: Sea Otters – Bringing Oregon’s Climate Change Warriors Back (6/21/22)

Sea Otters: Bringing Oregon's Climate Change Warriors Back with Bob Bailey, Elakha Alliance Board President and Chanel Hason, Elakha Alliance Director of Outreach and Community Relations and marine biologist Point…

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Relationships Between Elakha & Sense of Place on Oregon’s South Coast – SWOCC Speaker Series (4/4/2022)

Event is Free to Students and Community Members This Conference is dedicated to the life and legacy of Chief Don Ivy. Chief Ivy was an esteemed member of the Elakha…

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Sharing Space with Sea Otters: A Case Study of Coexistence in a Crowded World (3/29/22)

Balancing Sea Otter & Human Interactions The Elakha Alliance is thrilled to invite Sea Otter Savvy's Founder and Director, Gena Bentall, and Science Communication Director, Heather Barrett, to tell the…

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Nature Night: Restoring Sea Otters to the Oregon Coast: An Ecological and Cultural Imperative (11/9/21)

Join the Elakha Alliance with the Portland Audubon Society The Elakha Alliance is pleased to be the guest presenter for the Portland Audubon's Nature Night series. Join Bob Bailey, Board…

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Webinar: Dive into a Changing Ecosystem: Kelp Forests & Urchin Barrens (6/24/21)

Blue Banner What Can We Learn From California's Ever-Changing Kelp Forest Ecosystem? Photo: Kate Vylet, Monterey Bay We are excited to invite Kate Vylet, underwater photographer, scientific diver, and divemaster…

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Webinar: The Art of Science and Envisioning Information w/ Skye Morét (6/10/21)

Blue Banner Understanding Research Through Unique Visualizations Liina Klauss, Moritz Stefaner, Skye Moret, Perpetual Plastic KŸnstlerin, Artist , Trash , Trash Walk ©Massine How does one channel a life of…

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Webinar: The Return of Oregon’s Sea Otters – Considering the Cultural Dimensions of Restoration (4/20/21)

Blue Banner Culture & Sea Otters in Oregon It is hard to appreciate the cultural importance of a species that disappeared from Oregon’s coastal waters over a century ago. What…

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Urchins, Kelp, and Sea Otters: A Webinar for Oregon’s Freedive & Scuba Community

Don't miss this informative webinar on Thursday, January 21st at 6:30pm, sponsored by the Oregon Freediving Company. Wildlife Biologist and Elakha Outreach Director John Goodell, and Oregon Kelp Alliance Coordinator…

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Joint Webinar Co-hosted by Environment Oregon: Oregon’s Kelp Ecosystem & Sea Otters

Blue Banner Join the Elakha Alliance and Environment Oregon on September 23rd at 6:00pm, for a joint webinar discussing the status of the kelp ecosystem in Oregon, including conservation issues…

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Webinar: Legal and Economic Dimensions of Sea Otter Reintroduction

Species re-introductions involve complex biological, legal, and social consideration for agencies, scientists, stakeholders, and communities. However, evaluating a species associated with effects on economically valuable resources, makes assessments and input…

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Photo taken in California on May 7, 2017.

Webinar: What can we learn from past reintroductions to prepare us for an Oregon plan?

The Elakha Alliance and the Defenders of Wildlife are pleased to announce a joint webinar that explores sea otter restoration in adjacent Pacific coast regions where recovery efforts have occurred.…

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