Thanks to an unseasonably early storm–the tail end of a typhoon–that brought high winds and an impressive amount of rainfall to the north Oregon coast this past weekend, the highly anticipated reconnection of the Necanicum River to its historic floodplain was … finish reading A River Runs Free Again
Please join the board and staff of North Coast Land Conservancy as we celebrate and welcome the transition of a very special property to conservation protection with the land trust. The seven-acre Clear Lake property was the last undeveloped interdunal … finish reading Welcome, Clear Lake!
Jan 15, 2014
Seaside Public Library
Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014 6-8 p.m. Seaside Public Library 1131 Broadway Street Seaside has been overridden and swamped periodically in the past by great tsunamis created by large earthquakes in the Cascadia Subduction Zone, an offshore fault line that runs … finish reading Listening to the Land: Live Land
River otters are some of the most enjoyable north coast creatures to watch–there is an exuberance to their work and play that can’t help but bring a smile to your face. Well adapted to the estuary ecosystems found on the … finish reading A hard day’s fishing along the Neawanna
Nature photographer Neal Maine was showing videographer Howard Shippey around NCLC’s Thompson Creek-Stanley Marsh Habitat Reserve near Seaside when they noticed a very busy Cedar Waxwing darting in and out of a thicket of blackberries. Investigating further, they were able capture an experience many parents are familiar with during summer berry season… Continue reading