The 2023 Conference is scheduled for November 4 in Newport, OR
at Hatfield Marine Science Center’s Gladys Valley Marine Studies Building
Built on a rich history, the State of the Coast conference continues to grow and change annually. Each year it is held in one of Oregon’s beautiful coastal communities, providing participants the opportunity to learn, share, and keep abreast of what’s going on in Oregon’s marine environment. Our goal is to provide relevant and timely content delivered through a variety of useful and fun learning and networking opportunities.
State of the Coast is the coastal conference where everybody from scientists to industries to average citizens can network with, get updates on, and engage in current and future issues and opportunities facing Oregon’s marine environment.
Pictured left: Charlotte Coté, an associate professor in American Indian Studies at the University of Washington, gives the keynote address at Oregon Sea Grant's 2022 State of the Coast conference at the Hatfield Marine Science Center. (photo by Trav Williams of Broken Banjo Photography).
Sarah Adams-Schoen, UO Law School
Micheal Boonstra, Oregon State University
Scott Heppell, Oregon State University
Andy Myers, Oregon State University
Charlie Plybon, Surfrider
Cinamon Moffett, Oregon State University