What Happened to Oregon’s Sea Otters? (1/31/23)

Elakha Alliance Board Member, Cameron La Follette, is a historian of the Northwest coast, focusing on land use history, exploration and shipwrecks, and early commercial natural resource extraction. She is also executive director of Oregon Coast Alliance, a coastal conservation and land use protection organization.

She was the lead researcher and author of all the history articles in the 2018 Oregon Historical Quarterly special issue investigating the 17th-century Spanish galleon shipwreck on the Oregon coast. Cameron has additionally lead-authored two recent books on sustainability and ecological governance. 

Join her on Tuesday January 31st, at 11:00am at the Columbia River Maritime Museum (1792 Marine Dr, Astoria, OR 97103) to learn about the history of sea otters in Oregon. Learn more on the Columbia River Maritime Museum website.