Monday, June 20, 2016

Speak Up

Oregon Coast Values Survey
A research team at Portland State University is conducting a survey of Oregonians. This survey seeks to understand how Oregon residents use and value the coast and ocean. The survey asks about opinions on marine management activities, and preferences for future management. The survey also includes an online mapping activity, allowing those who take the survey to indicate places on the coast that are important to them, and to recommend changes in management of areas.
The goal of the survey is to reach a broad set of adult residents who have lived in Oregon for a year or more. We also want to make sure we hear from people across the state, including Eastern Oregon and Southern Oregon. Please feel free to share this link with others via email, social media, or any other way you feel comfortable.
To access the survey, follow this link below:
This project is funded by Oregon Sea Grant and findings will be shared in a final report to managers, researchers, and the public. All responses will be anonymous and only summaries of findings will be shared.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Paul Manson, a PhD student researcher at Portland State University: You may also contact the project’s principal investigator, Dr. Elise Granek at

Elise Granek, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor 
Environmental Science and Management 
School of the Environment
Portland State University 
PO Box 751 Portland, OR 97207 

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