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Do you care about the future of the Oregon Coast? Do you care about wetlands, coastal hazards, marine debris, aquaculture, public access, siting of renewable energy projects and other issues?

If so, the Oregon Coastal Management Program wants to hear from you at an interactive engagement workshop set for Friday, Nov. 8, in Lincoln City.

“Help Guide the Fate of the Oregon Coast” will run from 9 am to 4 pm at the Oregon Coast Community College North Campus, gathering information that will help guide the program’s work over the next five years.

As part of this planning process, OCMP is charged with addressing the following nine categories in addition to other issues that arise through the public engagement: Wetlands, Coastal Hazards, Public Access, Marine Debris, Cumulative and Secondary Impacts, Special Area Management Planning, Ocean and Great Lakes Resources, Energy and Government Facility Siting and Aquaculture.

Coffee, lunch and snacks will be provided. Participants should RSVP at http://bit.ly/Oregon_Coast.

For more information, contact Heather Wade at 503-934-0400.

In-person participation is strongly encouraged. Can’t make it? Complete this survey online: http://bit.ly/OCMP_Survey.

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