Lynette Villagomez has joined the staff of North Coast Land Conservancy as its new administrative and outreach assistant. Lynette grew up in the Coachella Valley of southern California and went to college at Humboldt State University, where she earned a … finish reading Welcome, Lynette!
Have you noticed marsh wrens popping up where you least expect them? North Coast Land Conservancy has begun posting boundary signs (with our updated logo featuring the marsh wren) around the borders of the conserved lands we own. It is part of … finish reading Marsh wrens … in the forest?
The success of the statewide conference of the Native Plant Society of Oregon, held in Cannon Beach June 6 to 8, was due in no small part to active involvement by North Coast Land Conservancy staff and volunteers. NCLC Executive … finish reading Botanizing the North Coast with the Native Plant Society
Our popular On the Land walks and paddles are filling up fast, but there are still openings available for the Ecola Creek forest walk on September 24. This interpretive walk will take us through this diverse forest of Sitka spruce, alder … finish reading On the Land: Join Us Outside!
Wednesday, Oct. 15 9 a.m. to noon Saltgrass Meadow Seaside – The trees at Saltgrass Meadow need our help! Spruces, twinberry, and other trees and shrubs planted to help restore this saltmarsh habitat reserve on Neawanna Creek are being choked … finish reading Stewardship Event: Release the Trees!
Like the great blue heron, the green heron is fairly common on the Oregon coast—at least in the breeding season. If you managed to spot one this spring or summer, chances are it’s currently on its way to Mexico or Central … finish reading The Other Heron
By guest blogger Eric Owen Summer is a time of opportunity. The weather here on the coast is mild enough to get outside and enjoy often. It is an excellent time of year to volunteer for the North Coast Land … finish reading Little Treasures
Nature photographer Neal Maine was fortunate to spend much of late May and June of this year watching the progress of several bird nests of various species, scattered from the Columbia River to Hug Point, south of Cannon Beach: the … finish reading A page from the North Coast’s baby (bird) album