With The Timber Economy Gone, Port Orford Looks To The Sea

Recent decades have not been kind to rural Oregon. As natural resources come under increased pressure — and the economy becomes more globalized — small, resource-based communities have been hit hard. Port Orford, on Oregon’s south coast, is no exception. But now, some people in Port Orford are trying innovative approaches to adapting traditional livelihoods to the new reality so their town can survive – and even thrive – in the 21st Century.  click here to read the story 11:30

2 Responses to With The Timber Economy Gone, Port Orford Looks To The Sea

  1. Mike Price says:

    Hey Carol you should have interviewed me too. I started eel fisheries with the help of Graden Stenant owner Bandon fisheries,Started live Crab and Live fish with Bill Carvahlo. Got nothing except promises for my efforts too.LOL

    • Borehead says:

      We’d love to interview you, Mike, and when we found this story today, you were the fist guy I thought of, knowing you’re fishing there. I’ll get a message to you!

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