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Meagan Hayes

This summer I will be working with the Department of Land Conservation and Development on the King Tides Photo Project.

So Long, Farewell…

Posted by: | August 25, 2017 | 1 Comment |

I wish my departure could have been as graceful as this but that’s just not my style (; As many have written the last week was packed full of awesomeness. I had to depart early to begin my graphic design courses (which I already love!) but I was lucky enough to stay for the weekend […]

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Much Ado About… Everything

Posted by: | August 17, 2017 | 1 Comment |

As part of wrapping up my summer here with the Coastal Management Program my mentor suggested I make a list of everything related to the King Tides project that still needs to be completed. Unfortunately, due to babies being born and vacations being had, we didn’t have all the right people in the right place […]

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North Coast Best Coast

Posted by: | August 13, 2017 | 2 Comments |

Stop One: Nehalem This week I was lucky enough to take two trips up the North Coast for both work and fun. The first place I headed was Nehalem to get some pictures of the area at an average high tide. During the most extreme King Tide events the streets of Nehalem can end up […]

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Posted by: | August 1, 2017 | 2 Comments |

Well I’m incredibly late to the game in finally watching Moana, but let me just say that in the middle of all my emotional turmoil this movie has really brought me happiness. Never really thought that I would find an animation so inspiring but I truly do, especially after our Crater Lake trip and my […]

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Let’s Get Graphic

Posted by: | July 17, 2017 | 3 Comments |

This week I had a grand realization ultimately leading me to entirely rethink my career path, and that’s only ONE of the many events over the past 7 days that has caused me to be a late poster yet again (apologies!) What was this realization you ask? Well, I’ve decided I simply cannot sit at […]

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Do It For The Gram

Posted by: | July 9, 2017 | 1 Comment |

Instagram, that is. This week I only worked about two and a half days total, which was kind of a bummer but I think I’m FINALLY getting better! I was in and out of the doctors for chest x-rays and though I don’t have pneumonia (whew!) I did have to go on steroids to get […]

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The Queen of King Tides

Posted by: | July 3, 2017 | 2 Comments |

As much as I would love to be referencing myself with this title, I’d have to say my mentor is the Queen and I am but a princess of the tides. What are King Tides? Week two was a whirlwind for me that picked up right at the end, but let’s start with the knowledge […]

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New Age in Newport

Posted by: | June 25, 2017 | 3 Comments |

As a transplant from Monterey, CA I was definitely excited to return to a scenic coastal town after living in the Bay Area for four years. Over the past year I spent every free weekend traveling back and forth between the city and the California’s Central Valley, so getting to stay in one place for […]

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