Get Involved in the Rocky Shores Update

The State of Oregon invites all individuals, organizations, and governments
to participate in this process so that all voices are heard!
Learn more about the management plan:  What is the Territorial Sea Plan?

Working Group Position Opening

Tribal Representatives - The Oregon Ocean Policy Advisory Council (OPAC) is seeking qualified tribal representatives to serve on the Territorial Sea Plan (TSP) - Rocky Shores Working Group.  pdf See the full position description here. (279 KB)

  • Qualifications:  Ideal candidates will be Oregon tribal members and/or Oregon tribal staff.  Desirable attributes include familiarity with rocky shore resources and/or cultural resources and previous involvement with OPAC and/or OPAC working groups.
  • How to Apply:  Letters of interest must be submitted following pdf position opening guidelines (279 KB) no later than September 7th.

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TSP Plan Maps

View maps of the Territorial Sea, with layers that can be interactively switched on, including maps of: Part III Rocky Shores, Part IV Cables, and Part V Marine Renewable Energy Area Designations Map. 

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Resource Inventory Maps

Informed decision making, the heart of Goal 19 and the Oregon Ocean Plan, depends upon adequate information about ocean resources and uses and the effects of any proposed action on those resources and uses. This page contains information about ocean and coastal resource inventories, as well as interactive maps of existing resource inventory information.

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Territorial Sea Plan Advisory Committee

As part of the amendment process for Part V of the Oregon Territorial Sea Plan (TSP), concerning marine renewable energy development, a Territorial Sea Plan Advisory Committee composed of representatives from the Territorial Sea Plan Working Group and affected industry representatives was formed to provide input and recommendations for the final TSP rulemaking by the Land Conservation and Development Commission (LCDC).

Read more: Territorial Sea Plan Advisory Committee