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King Tides in Your Neighborhood: Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve
November 6, 2021 | 10:00 am - 11:00 am PDT
Photo Credit: CoastWatch volunteer Dick Mason, of a king tide on CW Mile 190
Cape Perpetua Fall Speaker Series
Enjoy a variety of free educational presentations hosted by the Cape Perpetua Collaborative. Guest speaker presentations will be held most Saturdays at 10:00am, November – December. All events are free and held virtually on Zoom this season.
November 6 at 10:00am
Presenting Jesse Jones, Oregon Shores CoastWatch Volunteer Coordinator
CoastWatch Volunteer Coordinator Jesse Jones and the Cape Perpetua Collaborative Communications Coordinator, Tara DuBois, kick off the 2021 – 2022 King Tides on the central Oregon coast. Learn about the history of king tides and the Oregon King Tides Project, now in its 12th year. This interactive session will kick off king tides on the central Oregon coast this winter season and will focus on sites in and near Cape Perpetua, as well as the central coast, that need documenting.
About the Presenter
Jessica (Jesse) Jones, Volunteer Coordinator for Oregon Shores CoastWatch, is a lifelong Oregonian and has a career devoted to the watersheds of Oregon’s north coast, she has managed large and small habitat restoration projects, engaged countless property owners in land conservation, and worked alongside youth of all ages in the natural world. Jesse is a naturalist and was a private guide for the Haystack Rock Awareness Program, chair of the Surfrider Foundation North Coast chapter, and chair of the non-profit organization, Pelican Science, which she helped to found. She is also, not incidentally, a collage artist, poet, and bossa nova musician.