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Memberships

OCEAN membership is a way for individuals, businesses and non-profits to stay informed about the latest developments in sustainable energy development off Oregon's coast. Anyone can become a member and we encourage participation at any level. 

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BOregon Coast Member

OREGON COAST MEMBER

Coastal members are residents, businesses, agencies or other organizations with a base of operations (physical presence) on the Oregon coast. OCEAN Coastal members can participate on committees, are eligible to serve on the Board of Directors and can attend and vote at OCEAN’s annual meeting.

CNon Oregon Coast Member

NON OREGON COAST MEMBER

OCEANs Non Oregon Coast membership is open to individuals, businesses, agencies or other organizations not residing on the Oregon coast. They can participate on committees, are eligible to serve as executive advisors to Board of Directors and can attend OCEAN’s annual meeting.

DOregon Coast Provisioning Member

OREGON COAST PROVISIONING MEMBER

Oregon Coast Provisioning Members are paying members who contribute at $10,000 or more to sponsor one or more of OCEAN’s Educate, Listen and Advocate programs. OCEAN seeks sponsorships and collaboration with members of the for-profit sector that demonstrate exemplary corporate citizenship and with an interest in strengthening relationships and understanding mutually beneficial opportunities with Oregon’s coastal communities. Oregon Coast Provisioning Members are eligible to be on the Board of Directors and vote at the annual meeting.

ENon Oregon Coast Provisioning Member

NON OREGON COAST PROVISIONING MEMBER

Non Oregon Coast Provisioning Members are paying members who contribute at $10,000 or more to sponsor one or more of OCEAN’s Educate, Listen and Advocate programs. OCEAN seeks sponsorships and collaboration with members of the for-profit sector that demonstrate exemplary corporate citizenship and with an interest in strengthening relationships and understanding mutually beneficial opportunities with Oregon’s coastal communities.