Recent News
Feb 26, 2015

A feature story in the Daily Astorian’s Our Coast magazine brings our work vividly to life: Read “North Coast Land Conservancy: Finding common ground with land owners to preserve native wildlife and ecosystems for the future” by Cassandra Profita, with photos by … finish reading In the News: Finding Common Ground

Jan 25, 2015

In February 2005 North Coast Land Conservancy began working with landowners surrounding Whale Cove, south of Depoe Bay in Lincoln County, to conserve 13.97 acres of sea cliffs and coastal forest surrounding the pristine cove. On Dec. 14, 2014, that … finish reading After 10 Years, Property on Whale Cove is Conserved

Jan 5, 2015

Any way you add it up, 2014 was a banner year for North Coast Land Conservancy, thanks to the support of our more than 1,500 donors and volunteers. Last month Executive Director Katie Voelke added up some of those accomplishments and put … finish reading Singing the Praises of Conservation

Upcoming Events

The Forest Remembers Saturday, May 2, 2015 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

Wednesday, May 20 6 to 8 pm Seaside Public Library Free admission Refreshments provided – Join Gearhart naturalist and nature photographer Neal Maine for a conversation in words and images about art, science, conservation, and quality of life. How do … finish reading Listening to the Land: What Do We Hear?

Saturday, May 30 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Arch Cape – Each May staff and volunteers with North Coast Land Conservancy focus on removing invasive Scotch broom on our properties. This year a team of NCLC volunteers will head to … finish reading Hands-On Stewardship: Broom-Busting Onion Peak

Apr 7, 2015

    A dozen or so volunteers took advantage of the moist soil and mild weather to plant willow wands on key habitat reserves in the Seaside area this winter. A small group led by Conservation and Stewardship Manager Amy … finish reading Why We Love Willows

Feb 4, 2015

  On a warm “June-uary” day last week, several hard-working volunteers turned out for a pleasant late morning of collecting and planting willow stakes at NCLC’s Thompson Creek and Stanley Marsh Habitat Reserve in Seaside. Willow stakes were planted along … finish reading Re-Willowing the Creek Banks

Feb 2, 2015

Our story starts here, in the Neawanna Estuary. (The whole story starts hundreds or thousands of miles away, probably in the far Northeast Pacific, when coho salmon that hatched from eggs deposited in Thompson Creek two and a half years earlier … finish reading Coho and the Culverts of Thompson Creek

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