Produced for the Oregon Coast Aquarium's Oceanscape Network (oceanscape.aquarium.org), this short video features brother-sister filmmakers Rob and Laura Sams. The Sams describe their process and offer advice to young people interested in becoming filmmakers.
Twelve-year-old Jared "Pepe" Flaming and biking enthusiast Daniella Crowder explain why they love the Coast Hills Classic — perhaps Oregon's muddiest mountain bike rally!
Pushed to the brink of extinction in the mid-20th century, the recovery of the Brown Pelican population is a great success story for environmental conservation... and a warning for future generations.
Oceanscape Network youth volunteer Tabby visits the Oregon State University Honey Bee lab to better understand the phenomenon of bee colony collapse and how you can help save these important pollinators!
Interpretive rangers from the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center provide this compelling look at how early emigrants survived nature and an unforgiving landscape in their quest to reach the Willamette Valley.
Located in rural Oregon along the edge of the historic pioneer "highway," the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is a must-see for anyone interested in how early emigrants overcame huge natural obstacles to settle the state.