The new CEO of the Nature Conservancy Mark Tercek, who came from Wall Street, is trying to make the organization more accommodating to property owners. However, many of us are skeptical. We are doing everything possible to make sure The Nature Conservancy is not making purchases in our area, so they can sell that land to a federal agency. The Conservancy has an annual budget of $7.7 million with many partnering organizations with budgets just as large. These groups buy and sell a good portion of the designated land scheduled for wetland restoration, and mosquito preservation. Well, this Wednesday you have a chance to talk with Mr. Tercek and ask him about anything you would like to discuss. Oh look, they still think I’m a Doctor…..Rob T.
You're Invited: Live Event with Mark Tercek
Would you like to sit down with The Nature Conservancy's President and CEO Mark Tercek? Now's your chance!
You're invited to join us for a live online Q&A with Mark about how the Conservancy is tackling today's environmental challenges. On Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at 1 p.m. ET, go to www.livestream.com/conserve to participate -- no R.S.V.P. is needed.
Please note: We recommend using a high-speed internet connection to participate.
Federal Register taking comments on hunting in The Bandon Marsh
The Nature Conservancy---Oregon Grasslands: Crucial for Wildlife Survival
The Bandon Marsh Mosquito Farm
CCT---The Mosquito Survey of Impacts and Damages
CCT---Bandon Marsh Mosquito Meeting September 21, 2013
BOC---Town Hall on the Bandon Marsh Mosquito Source Control September 6, 2013
USFWS---Public Responses to the Bandon Marsh Mosquito Invasion
Letter to Mr. Lowe of the USFWS about the Bandon Marsh Mosquitoe Problem
Department of Interior---Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations AKA The Coquilles
USFWS---Bandon Marsh Expansion Meeting Friday August 30, 2013
OPRD---Bandon Dunes Exchange Proposal Meeting August 16, 2013