click here to read the article that OPB wrote about the Circle Creek Highway Flood Mitigation Project! The Wetland That Saved Highway 101 From Flooding
North Coast Land Conservancy is looking for a development director, a seasonal land steward, and three seasonal stewardship interns to join our team. The development director position is a full-time, year-round position. The primary responsibility of the development director is to communicate a passion for conservation … finish reading We Are Hiring!
The biggest chunk of the largest revegetation project in North Coast Land Conservancy’s history got under way on Thursday, Feb. 20, as floodwaters were receding from Circle Creek Habitat Reserve. It was a daunting prospect: 10,000 cedar, spruce and hemlock … finish reading A new forest in two weeks
Guided Walk Ecola Creek Forest Reserve Tuesday, April 22 10 a.m. to noon Cannon Beach Led by Katie Voelke Street Fair Saturday, April 26 11:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cannon Beach Cannon Beach is pulling out the stops for its … finish reading Celebrate Earth Day with NCLC
Monday, April 28 9 .m. to 3 p.m. Circle Creek Habitat Reserve 32825 Rippet Road, Seaside – A landmark habitat restoration project has succeeded in reconnecting the floodplain along the Necanicum River at the south end of Seaside, and thousands … finish reading Clean Up Circle Creek April 28
The Forest Remembers Saturday, May 3, 2014 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Grove at Circle Creek Conservation Area 32825 Rippet Road Seaside – North Coast Land Conservancy’s annual ceremony among the old growth Sitka spruce trees at Circle Creek … finish reading The Forest Remembers
An extremely successful stewardship day at Clear Lake, just west of downtown Warrenton, resulted in planting of 1,200 trees and native shrubs on March 29, giving this ambitious habitat creation project a big boost. A heavily grazed sand dune, virtually devoid of vegetation, had previously … finish reading Jump-starting a wetland
Planting at Circle Creek Habitat Reserve wrapped up on a gloriously sunny Saturday, March 22, with one of the most fun and successful stewardship days in memory. Twenty-one volunteers of all ages—tots to retirees—came from Astoria, Cannon Beach, Portland, and points … finish reading It’s a wrap!
Wahanna Marsh, down by the baseball fields on Wahanna Road in Seaside, was the very first property North Coast Land Conservancy acquired and conserved, restoring the tide marsh and enlarging it to mitigate for the wetlands that were filled to … finish reading Everyone Lives Downstream