Recent News
Dec 12, 2014

Our office at the Estuary in Seaside will close for vacation beginning Wednesday, Dec. 24. We’ll be back at work in the office on Monday, Jan. 5. Happy Holidays!  

Dec 10, 2014

Our friends at Necanicum Watershed Council are again teaming up with the Tualatin Valley chapter of Trout Unlimited and Seaside Boy Scout Troop 642 to sponsor Christmas Trees for Coho. After the holidays, for a small fee you can leave … finish reading Christmas Trees for Coho Returns

Oct 30, 2014

One of North Coast Land Conservancy’s largest conserved properties is now a 387-acre expanse of forest and subalpine meadow high on Onion Peak, directly east of the community of Arch Cape in southern Clatsop County. The property is owned by … finish reading Conservation High on the Coastal Edge

Upcoming Events

Our Natural Heritage – The Oregon Coast is a landscape in constant flux. How has the coast changed through time? Since our arrival more than 10,000 years ago, how have humans experienced, adapted to, and altered the natural landscape? These … finish reading Announcing the 2015 Listening to the Land Speaker Series

Wednesday, Jan. 21 6 to 8 pm Seaside Public Library Free admission Refreshments provided – Oregon’s north coast is in a constant process of rebuilding itself. Join Seaside geologist Tom Horning on a journey through time and space to examine how Oregon’s … finish reading Listening to the Land: Rising From the Sea

Wednesday, Jan. 28 10 am to 1 pm Thompson Creek Habitat Reserve, Seaside – Our Thompson Creek-Stanley Marsh Habitat Reserve continues to amaze us as with the explosion of plant growth and presence of wildlife in response to our restoration work. … finish reading Hands-On Stewardship: Plant Willows at Thompson Creek

Dec 9, 2014

A recent photography trip to the Arctic may have enhanced Neal Maine’s appreciation–if that’s possible–for the place he calls paradise: his home ground in and around Seaside and Gearhart. He arrived back in Clatsop County about when the wintering waterfowl began showing up … finish reading Wintering Waterfowl

Oct 31, 2014

When Gearhart nature photographer Neal Maine looks at a tree, what he sees isn’t just a static object but a story—an adventure story, one full of unexpected plot twists and plenty of character development. Take this crabapple tree growing in NCLC’s … finish reading The Adventures of Trees

Oct 16, 2014

Thank you to the 9 hardy volunteers who ventured out on a wet Wednesday morning yesterday to clear invasives and pick up trash at our Salt Grass Meadow Habitat Reserve! Salt Grass Meadow is a small but significant property that contributes … finish reading A Wet Fall Stewardship Success

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