CoHo Charters and Motel

CoHo Charters and Motel is a located along Howerton Way at the Port of Ilwaco Marina. While the motel mostly caters to those going fishing with Coho charters, rooms can be available for non-fishing stay. From their website : "Enjoy the convenience and peaceful relaxation that our dockside motel has to offer. All of our modern units are kept very clean and are equipped with cable color TV."

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Hotel Cathlamet

Within easy walking distance (about 1/2 mile) of the Elochoman Slough Marina the Hotel Cathlamet provides additional lodging in Cathlamet. From the Hotel Cathlamet website : "Hotel Cathlamet was built in 1926 as a hotel. It has been many things over the years and in 2010 it was converted back to a 19-room hotel. After undergoing major renovations, the Hotel Cathlamet is handicap accessible with each roomhaving a private bath. However, many original features and its historic charm remain! Centerally located on the middle of Main Street in Cathlamet, WA, it allows easy access to everything

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Washougal Waterfront Park Non-Motorized Boat Launch

The new Washougal Waterfront Park includes a dedicated non-motorized boat launch area for easy access to the Lower Columbia River Water Trail. A concrete ramp provides easy access to a gravel beach. The site is particularly useful for non-motorized boats because if avoids conflicts motorized boaters at the Port of Camas-Washougal boat ramp and marina and because paddlers do not have to paddle through the marina to get to the river. Here is information from the Port's new waterfront park website : "The Park itself has a picnic shelter (reservations available), solar powered restrooms

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2017 Science to Policy Summit: Communicating Science


Sharing Information + Sharing Values & Needs = Sustaining Our River Friday, June 2, 2017, Vancouver Hilton, Vancouver, Washington The Estuary Partnership hosted our 11th annual Science to Policy Summit to discuss how to make science and data relevant to more people. Scientists, communication and natural resource professionals, and educators interacted with a panel of experts to identify mistakes in communication, and together they developed communication tips and tools to increase connections, maintain relevancy, and be more inclusive. We were joined by the Honorable Suzanne Bonamici (OR-1)

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