Oregon ocean resources management plan

draft for public hearings by Oregon Ocean Resources Management Task Force.

Publisher: The Task Force in Portland, Or

Written in English
Published: Pages: 230 Downloads: 702
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  • Marine resources -- Government policy -- Oregon.

Edition Notes

Statementprepared by the Oregon Ocean Resources Management Task Force.
The Physical Object
Pagination230 p. :
Number of Pages230
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16244497M

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State law states that "the Territorial Sea Plan shall be based on the policies and recommendations of the Oregon Ocean Resources Management Plan." Learn more about the Ocean Plan and download a copy here.

The Ocean Book. The Ocean Book was written by Tish Parmenter and Bob Bailey and published in It focuses on the ocean environment: from the coastline to roughly miles. The Oregon Ocean Plan Paperback – January 1, by Oregon Ocean Resources Management Task Force (Author), Illustrated (Illustrator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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The Oregon Ocean Resources Management Plan, commonly referred to as the "Ocean Plan", was prepared by the Ocean Resources Management Task Force which was established by the Oregon Legislature.

The Task Force held a series of community listening meetings on the Oregon coast to find out what issues were of concern to the public.

The Oregon coast and Pacific Ocean are of fundamental importance to Oregonians. Coastal communities rely on commercial and recreational fisheries, transportation, tourism and other uses that depend on our natural resources for their livelihoods and way of life.

The ocean shore and nearshore ocean waters are an important ecological zone for many species of plants and animals that are. The Oregon Ocean Resources Management Plan, The policies and recommendations of the Oregon Ocean Resources Management Plan (Ocean Plan, described below) articulate state interests in the ocean over the entire continental margin, provide a policy framework for the Territorial Sea Plan, and a basis for providing policy advice to the by: 4.

The Oregon Territorial Sea Plan (TSP) was first adopted in and consists of goals and policies that act as a coordination framework and guide for agencies to use while managing resources. The Oregon Ocean Resources Management Plan, also referred to as the Ocean Plan, was prepared by the Ocean Task Force.

It covers a wide variety of existing and potential ocean resource management issues off the Oregon shore in both state and federal ocean areas. It recommends future state policies for most of these : Andy Lanier. The comprehensive plans and land use regulations for coastal communities address G Estuaries; Goal 17 Coastal Shorelands; and Goal 18 Beaches and Dunes.

Ocean Resources are covered by G which is the responsibility of the state and federal governments rather than local communities. Oregon Ocean Resources Management Program. To ensure the conservation and development of ocean resources affecting Oregon consistent with the purposes of ORS (Definitions for ORS to ) to (Short title), a program of ocean resource planning and management is.

The plan acts as a coordinated vision for Oregon coastal resources and guides the actions of state and federal agencies that are responsible for managing coastal and ocean resources in the public trust. West Coast Ocean Data Portal - A project of the West Coast Governors Alliance on Ocean Health (WCGA) to increase discovery and connectivity of ocean and coastal data and people to better inform regional resource management, policy development, and ocean planning.

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As stewards of these lands, the BLM has a responsibility to ensure that our management is. The Oregon Ocean Resources Management Program provides the state with a means to address these concerns in an open, informed, and comprehensive way.

This page introduces Oregon's Ocean Resources Management Program which has many parts. The Oregon Ocean Policy Advisory Council (OPAC) is a legislatively mandated marine policy advisory body to provide, among other statutory charges, advice to the Governor, state agencies and local governments on ocean policy and resource management matters (ORS ).

Original plan published ; this edition includes updates from and Includes bibliographical references. Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection. Subject(s): n-us-or Coastal zone management -- Oregon -- Planning Marine resources -- Government policy -- Oregon -- Planning.

Some ocean shore/beach access points managed by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The ocean shore remains open, but may be closed if people don't maintain social distance. The Oregon State Parks Information Line remains open atMonday - Friday, 8 a.m p.m.

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Following two decades of successful advocacy and precedent-setting legal action led by ONDA, in the BLM is working on the Lakeview Resource Management Plan Amendment. OCEAN’s efforts pay off for saltwater anglers Oregon Coalition for Educating ANglers (OCEAN) educates and enables marine anglers to be better stewards of ocean resources.

OCEAN works closely with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW); particularly the Department’s Restoration and Enhancement Program. ODFW reports that our efforts are paying off. A recent survey indicates [ ]. The Oregon Ocean Policy Advisory Council, known to all as OPAC, was created by the Oregon Legislature (ORS Chapter et seq) to involve state agencies, ocean stakeholders, coastal local governments, and the public in formulating and coordinating policy recommendations about ocean resources and uses to the Governor and state agencies.

Initially conceived as a mechanism to bring. Generally referred to as Oregon’s Ocean Plan, it asserts the state’s primary interests in the ocean and prepares the state for prioritized planning of new and arising ocean interests.

Implemented by the Ocean Resources Management Program, it’s a policy framework which prioritizes Oregon’s interests around Statewide Planning Goal 19 (I. Ocean Resources Management Plan The Land Conservation and Development Commission adopts and herein incorporates by reference the Ocean Resources Management Plan adopted by Commission Order #OCEAN, Decemand amendments to the Ocean Resources Management Plan as approved by the Ocean Policy Advisory Council on Ma.

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Prepared for Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and Port Orford Ocean Resources Team. October File Size: KB. Oregon MarineMap is a web-based tool for open and participatory spatial planning in the marine environment. It was developed to support Goal 19 of Oregon's Statewide Planning program which requires the state "to conserve marine resources and ecological functions for the purpose of providing long-term ecological, economic, and social value and benefits to future generations.".

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Bri received her Master’s in Marine Resource Management from Oregon State University in where she researched community-based decision making processes.