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Upon receiving a Community 101 grant from The Oregon Community Foundation for a second year, Marshfield High School, Coos Bay,...
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These funds are for community benefit initiatives that align with the Coos County CHIP priorities and are focused on improving...
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SOUTH COAST OREGON CONNECTS (SCOC) is a community project sponsored by Business Oregon, CCD Business Development Corp and in collaboration with the Community Website Partnership.
SCOC is led by a volunteer Steering Committee and serves as an online resource hub to strengthen the network of Coos County residents, visitors, businesses, nonprofit organizations and government agencies.
This website is an interactive tool for registered community users to share and access information about programs, resources, projects, and events that support and enhance the quality of life for Coos County, Oregon.
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Indigenous peoples were the first inhabitants of the Americas including the lands that later became the United States of America. Prior to Europeans first visiting the Oregon Coast, the Coos Bay region was the ancestral homelands of several tribes for thousands of years. Members of the Coquille Indian Tribe, the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians and the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians lived, fished, hunted, and gathered along Coos Bay and its estuaries, rivers, and forests since time immemorial.
Without a doubt, Coos County has been and continues to be significantly influenced by Indigenous people whose customs and traditions are respected and celebrated as part of a rich legacy throughout our area.