We're working with fisheries leaders across Oregon to establish a shared vision for a sustainable future. Read More
Staff have re-created tidal channels and planted 200,000 native trees and shrubs at our Kilchis Estuary Preserve in Tillamook.
Restoration efforts at our Kilchis Estuary Preserve are in full swing. See photos of the work.
Our Marine Fisheries Project Director Gway Kirchner is exploring opportunities to collaborate with fishermen, community leaders and scientists. Learn more about Gway
Through the Pacific Marine and Estuarine Fish Habitat Partnership, Conservancy staff are seeking to understand juvenile fish habitat and the role estuaries play in their life cycle.
Recent conservation efforts by The Nature Conservancy and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have led to the protection of another 192 acres at the Nestucca Bay Wildlife Refuge.
The West Coast's only native oyster is making a comeback! Read more
Acquisitions benefit Oregon's second-biggest estuary — and the wildlife and people it supports. Read more
Jena Carter leads the Conservancy's Oregon marine team. Learn more
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