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Saving the Oregon Dunes

Published: December 10, 2019

Video Tells the Story of Disappearing Dunes

Florence, Ore. - The Oregon Dunes Restoration Collaborative (ODRC) is pleased to announce the release of Saving the Oregon Dunes. This 7-minute video tells the amazing story of one of the largest expanses of temperate coastal sand dunes in the world and how invasive plants threaten this enchanting landscape. Learn how the ODRC is working to preserve and restore this national treasure. 

Utilizing funds from the CHILDS-WHITNEY Trust, the ODRC partnered with Spring Fed Media to develop Saving the Oregon Dunes. Script writing, editing and content contributors are all part of the ODRC. 

The ODRC encourages sharing the video link with family, friends and anyone interested in seeing this precious asset preserved for future generations. Without continuing action, the dunes will be lost forever.  

Learn more about the ODRC and how to get involved by visiting our website SaveOregonDunes.org.

The Eugene, Cascades & Coast region has enchanting outdoor experiences for people of all ages and abilities, so be sure to learn more out the Oregon dunes and Oregon's beaches and campgrounds in preparation for your next coastal experience.   

Author: Andy Vobora

Vice-President of Stakeholder Relations, Travel Lane County
541.743.8770; 800.547.5445

Andy@EugeneCascadesCoast.org

Travel Lane County markets and promotes the Eugene, Cascades and Coast region as a destination for travel, conventions, sports, meetings and events. It serves as a private, nonprofit association dedicated to economic development through visitor spending, which pumped more than $676 million into Lane County, Oregon's economy in 2017. EugeneCascadesCoast.org