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!
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
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
Thursday, May 28 1 to 4 p.m. Circle Creek Habitat Reserve Seaside – Join North Coast Land Conservancy’s stewardship team for a free tour of common invasive plants on Thursday, May 28, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Circle Creek … finish reading Weed Workshop
Join NCLC Executive Director Katie Voelke and environmental scientist Nadia Gardner, co-founder of Friends of Cape Falcon Marine Reserve, on Tuesday, June 2, for an easy walk along the cliffs at Neahkahnie Mountain exploring the land-sea connection at this ecologically rich … finish reading Explore the Land-Sea Connection June 2
Wednesday, June 3 10 a.m. to noon Surf Pines Habitat Reserve Warrenton – Scotch broom is blooming along many Clatsop County roadsides right now—reminding us that it’s Broom-Busting Month! Each May staff and volunteers with North Coast Land Conservancy focus … finish reading Bust Broom at Surf Pines!
The waterway formerly known as Ditch Creek, trickling into Stanley Marsh on the east side of Seaside, is undergoing an incredible transformation—or perhaps incredible is the wrong word. In fact, it is exactly what you would expect to see after … finish reading Beavers, and beaver believers, transform Stanley Marsh
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
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