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Collaborative Network Building

Oregon Sea Grant

Oregon Sea Grant has the ability to train others in ways to build collaborative capacity in their local and regional communities. We maintain a number of strategic relationships with federal and state agencies, local counties and municipalities, university researchers, and non-profit organizations. We are planning a workshop for December that will bring together a network of coastal resilience researchers and practitioners to begin developing a broader statewide collaborative network of those interested in and working on coastal resilience issues. We also maintain a relationship with the Pacific Northwest Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA) as well as the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute (OCCRI).

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Images of Sea Grant's work in research, education and extension provided by (from left to right) Wisconsin, Guam and Florida Sea Grant programs. Design by Hallee Meltzer | National Sea Grant Office.

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