Oregon Coast Magazine september/october 2012

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Dog Tales—Our readers share heartwarming stories about bringing their pets to the Coast.

Fresh Catch—Locally caught seafood makes the difference between a good meal and a memorable experience. —Katherina Audley

Let the lens tell the story—A look at Bandon through the eyes of a professional photographer. —Richard Rahmlow

Pearl Gains Her Freedom—After six months on display at the Hatfield Marine Science Center, Pearl the octopus is returned to her native habitat. —Barbara E. Lee

Sustainable Farming—South Coast farmers are going back to old-fashioned, natural techniques to produce delicious fruits, vegetables, and grass-fed meats. —Ann Euston

The Cobra Lily—View this carnivorous plant at the Darlingtonia State Natural Site in Florence. —Elsie Caldwell

The Oregon Hatchery Research Center—The former hatchery, located in the Coast Range near Alsea, is now the focus of unique research on the hows and whys of wild salmon. —Nancy Steinberg

Tracking the Market—The coastal real estate market is showing signs of rebounding, but plenty of good deals are still available. —Rob Spooner

Coast Lines

Theater

Galleries

Coastal Happenings

Calendar of Events

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