If you are a regular reader and found this blog by accident, you might be confused. Yes, it is H2ONCoast. Yes, the author is the same. No, it’s no longer hosted within Oregon State University’s corner of the blogosphere. But H2ONCoast has been in existence since 2007 and I’m not about to let it go away.
Update: I am moving from OSU to a new employer (and it’s not time to reveal that detail). I am very proud of my work with that OSU and Oregon Sea Grant Extension. But as John Lennon once sang “life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans.” Despite that, you will continue to see some OSU-related content here.
H2ONCoast is migrating into the private realm of the blogosphere. I’ll do my best to support it on my own. You might find things change a bit with time and situation, but I’ll do my very best to keep serving up all things water and watersheds from my new perch.
One thing that might change–I am now living in Portland metro area and not on the North Coast. So expect some more urban, Columbia River and Willamette Valley watershed issues to appear here.
Thanks for sticking with H2ONCoast all these years! –Rob
P.S. I’m trying to deal with the bugs with embedded code (re: Slideshare and video) that the move has created. Thanks for your patience.