NCLC staff and volunteers are thrilled to move into new office space, located just across the road from the beautiful Necanicum Estuary and one of NCLC’s favorite Habitat Reserves, Neawanna Point. Continue reading
A new walking trail takes shape at NCLC’s Circle Creek Habitat Reserve, thanks to the hard work of the Columbia River Youth Corps! Continue reading
Please join NCLC in bidding farewell to Celeste Lebo, and welcoming Melissa Reich to our Stewardship team! Continue reading
NCLC Executive Director Katie Voelke recently had the honor of speaking at the Columbia Forum in Astoria… Continue reading
Habitat restoration at NCLC’s Thompson Creek-Stanley Marsh Habitat Reserve is expanding with an exciting new project that is getting the local beaver population actively involved in building some of the best wetland habitat around. Continue reading
Jun 22, 2013
10 am to 3 pm
Fishers Point, Nehalem Bay
North Coast Land Conservancy and the Lower Nehalem Community Trust are joining forces for an ivy pull on Saturday, June 22 as part of NCLC’s Saturday Morning Stewardship program. Efforts will focus on rescuing mature coastal trees being threatened by invasive English ivy on NCLC’s Fishers Point and LNCT’s Vosburg Creek properties, both located on the south end of Nehalem Bay. Continue reading
Registration is open for NCLC’s 2013 On The Land series! Join us for a walk or paddle trip to some of our favorite protected places on Oregon’s north coast. Continue reading
THANK YOU to everyone who has helped us Bust Broom this month! Thanks to the Gearhart Homeowner’s Association, the City of Gearhart, Tongue Point Job Corps students, Columbia River Youth Corps students, a whole team of wonderful community members, and … finish reading Thank You Broom Busters!
It’s hard not to notice all of the scotch broom invading the north coast this time of year when the yellow flowers conspicuously dot the landscape. We now refer to the month of May as Broom Buster month, and during … finish reading Bust Broom in Your Backyard
Osprey have been nesting in Seaside for years above Broadway Park (surrounded by conserved land in the Neawanna) but never have we been able to see them like this before! Thanks to a great partnership between the Necanicum Watershed Council and City of … finish reading Ospreys Back and on Webcam!
NCLC Conservation Assistant Austin Tomlinson recently explored NCLC’s North Fork Necanicum property, where it looks like some very big beavers are living… Continue reading
American Dippers have been spotted foraging along the water’s edge at NCLC’s Thompson Creek property near Seaside! Continue reading