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Pacific Marine Expo

Seattle, WA November 21 - November 23

If you make your living on the water, you just can’t afford to miss it! More than 500 exhibitors including equipment companies, propulsion, builders, and suppliers and more Education sessions on marine safety, business management, regulatory issues and technical advancements, and more Daily events including live demonstrations, the Fisherman of… SEE MORE

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October is Energy Awareness Month.

10 Energy Saving Tips for Energy Awareness Month

10/8/2019 by US Harbors

By Linda Poppenheimer. This October, fulfill the promise you made to yourself earlier in the year to get serious about saving energy and reducing your carbon footprint. October is an ideal time to address your energy use for a number of reasons. First, you still have plenty of time to… SEE MORE

Oregon Fishing Report October 3rd, 2019.

Oregon Crabbing and Clamming Report Week of October 3rd, 2019

10/4/2019 by US Harbors

RAZOR CLAM Clatsop Beach razor clam season opened on Oct. 1. The best low tides have switched to the evenings so harvesters should plan accordingly. Harvesters should expect a high abundance of razor clams 3 ½ inches or less. Targeting the largest “show,” greater than a nickel in diameter, will… SEE MORE

Higher-than-normal levels of bacteria prompted beach closures.

Elevated Levels of Bacteria Prompt Beach Closures

9/11/2019 by US Harbors

OREGON COAST (KPTV) - Health advisories were issued Tuesday for three Oregon beaches after water samples showed higher-than-normal levels of fecal bacteria. The Oregon Health Authority said the advisories affect Rockaway Beach and Neskowin Beach in Tillamook County and D River Beach in Lincoln County. The public, especially children and… SEE MORE

Forum Held on New Oregon Boating Laws

8/30/2019 by US Harbors

By Jordan Williams. The open forum at the Deschutes County Services Building was held to explain new boating permits and regulations to boaters and non-motorized boat users. The new boating laws under Senate Bill 47 will mostly affect paddle sports like canoes, kayaks and paddle boards. The legislation is also changing… SEE MORE

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