Central Coast Land Conservancy

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Board Member Biographies

Caroline Bauman, President 

Caroline grew up in the Midwest and fell in love with the outdoors while in college in the upper Midwest.  She has lived on the Oregon Coast outside of Yachats, Oregon since 1985.  She has been active in conservation issues since the contentious years of the spotted owl and the Northwest Forest Plan in the 90’s.  She realized the need for a way for private landowners to engage in land conservation and became one of the founding Board members of the Central Coast Land Conservancy.  Since then, she has served on the Board.  In her day job, she is the Executive Director of the Economic Development Alliance of Lincoln County and is also interested in music and theater.

Fran Recht, Board Secretary

Fran Recht has been a resident of the Oregon coast since 1987 and has lived in Depoe Bay since 1990. She has a masters degree in marine resources management from Oregon State University and an undergraduate degree in biochemistry from Rutgers University. She has worked for the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, a non-regulatory quasi-governmental organization since 1988. She manages their marine debris, fish net recycling, and coastal habitat conservation programs and participated on the marine debris action coordination team of the West Coast Governor’s Agreement on Ocean Health. She works in collaboration with and in support of watershed councils, stewardship groups, fish habitat partnerships, and the habitat committee of the Pacific Fishery Management Council to advance habitat restoration work and habitat protection policies. She was founding member of the Central Coast Land Conservancy and continues to volunteer her time as a board member for that organization.

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