On July 1st, Cascadia Wildlands and the University of Oregon’s Outdoor Program are teaming up to explore Jordan Cove & the coast of Coos Bay on kayak and foot. The purpose of this field checking trip is to get to know some of the places that would be impacted by the Jordan Cove energy project and gather observations that can help us talk about and more effectively fight it.
The Jordan Cove fracked gas project proposes to build a massive liquified natural gas terminal and export center on the coast of Coos Bay. This trip will allow locals, students, activists and concerned citizens to explore the bay and the public land surrounding the site of the proposed terminal, collect data, make observations work together to defeat this dangerous project!
Carpools leave from Cascadia office in Eugene at 8am (120 Shelton McMurphey Blvd). Carpools from other locations tba, depending on interest.
From 10:00am Kayak and basic water safety training, orientation to field checking.
11-5: Explore & collect data on land and water.
$20 registration fee to cover cost of gear.
We have scholarships, so email us if you can’t cover the cost!
Register here to attend.