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Newport March for Science

Newport, Oregon

April 22, 2017

South Beach, Newport, Oregon


Theme:   Science for people, People for science

We unite to celebrate science and to encourage a community conversation about how science affects our lives and helps us understand the world.

We support science funding, education, research, and application for America’s continued innovation and leadership

Who:       Everyone.     This is an a-political, inclusive march.  We all use science:

Young, Old, Democrats, Republicans, Farmers, Gardeners, Gamers, Fishermen, Loggers, Brewers, Birdwatchers, Surfers, Salmon Lovers, Runners, Inventors, Hikers, Cooks, CEOs, Conservationists, Parents, Grandparents, Friends 

What:      A one-mile march, followed by a rally outdoors at the Hatfield Marine Science Center.

                  Featured speaker:  Dr. Rick Spinrad, retired NOAA Chief Scientist.                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Funds needed:  We are trying to raise $2000 to cover the costs associated with putting on the march (portable toilets, permits, flyers and signs, tent and chairs, a microphone and speakers).  Any money in excess of costs will be donated to local high school science classes.   Please donate if you can.

Donate to the March for Science

Donate online by clicking the blue button above.

Or send checks to:  

MidCoast Watersheds Council for People’s March for Science

 23 N. Coast Highway, Newport, Oregon 97365


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The MidCoast Watersheds Council depends upon the generous financial support of donors, people just like you, who want to leave a legacy of environmental stewardship on the Central Oregon Coast.  


No contribution is too small, or too large.  If you have other creative ways to enhance the mission of the MidCoast Watershed Council, please contact us.  If you would like to mail us a contribution, please print off the above form and address all contributes to our office.

Thank you for your support!!!

The MidCoast Watersheds Council governed as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization by our board of directors and is managed by our staff

Donations are fully tax deductible.