Between college terms, Ari framed houses and tended dairy cows. (In Norway. In winter.) Sam has read every American nature writer from John Muir to Terry Tempest Williams. Jason says his head is so full of the scientific names of … finish reading Meet NCLC’s Summer 2015 Stewardship Crew
Sun-swept grasses beneath clear blue skies at Circle Creek Habitat Reserve provided ideal conditions June 7 for participants in a Nature Journaling Workshop under the skilled guidance of local educator, artist and forager Dorota Haber-Lehigh. The workshop was the brainchild … finish reading ‘Blurring the lines’ between art and nature at Circle Creek
On Wednesday, April 29, NCLC received word that we will be receiving $524,000 from the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board toward purchase of Boneyard Ridge, a 360-acre parcel of commercial timberland threaded with salmon-bearing streams on the northeast slope of Tillamook … finish reading Boneyard Ridge in Reach!
Saturday, August 1 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wolf Bay Habitat Reserve Svensen (east of Astoria) – Spend a day at beautiful Wolf Bay Habitat Reserve and help rid the marsh of the purple menace! Invasive purple loosestrife grows along the … finish reading Hands-On Stewardship: Purple Loosestrife Pull
Register now for our summer On the Land outings, led by staff and volunteer naturalists from North Coast Land Conservancy. They range from a vigorous forest hike to a stay-in-one-spot “Seton Watch” at Circle Creek drawing on all your senses. Registration … finish reading Join us On the Land!
It’s summertime, and summertime means butterflies. I set out on the first day of July to see how many species I could find by targeting specific habitats. I began my day at Stanley Marsh, where I was greeted by a … finish reading A day chasing coastal butterflies
Photographer Neal Maine has a great fondness for great blue herons, among the commonest of birds in these parts. In other places you might see them hunting in fields and meadows, but here you’re most likely to see them in an estuary. … finish reading Great blue herons: The next generation
High levels of a biotoxin (domoic acid) kept clammers off North Coast beaches in late May. Which was something of a bonus for the flocks of shorebirds passing through on their way to breeding grounds, especially those heading all the way to nesting sites … finish reading Stopping by for a bite