The new maps showing the 7 Priority Stages of conservation land that will be turned back to wetland have been completed.
Combine the Winter Lake Project with the Bandon Marsh Expansion and it is over 15,000 acres.
That is agricultural land that is currently producing over 5 million plus in revenue for the surrounding area.
Here are the files of the New Map and the source maps it was derived from.
P.S. I want to thank Bonnie May for taking the time to create such an informative piece of work.....
UPDATE: on the Bandon Marsh expansion and the release of the CCP
UPDATE: Advisory Question Meeting to discuss the reasons to Vote NO on the Bandon Marsh Expansion
Letter to Mr. Lowe of the USFWS about the Bandon Marsh Mosquitoe Problem
Advisory Vote Meeting on the "NO Bandon Marsh Expansion" 11:00 AM Saturday September 8, 2012
Oregon Water Resource Commission approved the Integrated Water Resource Strategy
Advisory Vote Meeting in Coquille "NO Bandon Marsh Expansion"
Advisory Vote for The Bandon Marsh Expansion
The "NO BANDON MARSH" Signs are now Available
The Nature Conservancy--Ecotrust Study on Salmon Economics
News of the Depot Bay Firework Ban Goes International
Urgent, Urgent, Urgent, House May Cave On LWCF.
TIME IS RUNNING OUT to Contact the BLM
2010 Coastal Wetlands Grants
USFWS Extends Public Comment Period On Proposed Spotted Owl
A Delicate but Important Balance for All