North Coast Land Conservancy has been awarded a $58,000 grant from Portland-based Meyer Memorial Trust to help build organizational capacity to support our new Coastal Edge Conservation Initiative. The funding will be spread over two years, $29,000 per year, beginning … finish reading Funding will support our work on the Coastal Edge
North Coast Land Conservancy is applying for national accreditation, and we’re inviting public comment on our application. The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. … finish reading We’re seeking accreditation; care to comment?
Between college terms, Ari framed houses and tended dairy cows. (In Norway. In winter.) Sam has read every American nature writer from John Muir to Terry Tempest Williams. Jason says his head is so full of the scientific names of … finish reading Meet NCLC’s Summer 2015 Stewardship Crew
Summer’s almost over, but we still have three more free outings on the schedule in September! On the Land outings are led by staff and volunteer naturalists from North Coast Land Conservancy. September outings are planned in Pacific City, Seaside, and … finish reading Join us On the Land
Our guest blogger this month is stewardship intern Sam Chapman; photos by fellow intern Jason Spear. My top five North Coast Land Conservancy properties are easy to list. Necanicum Forest, for being relatively pristine, wet, and shady. Bradley Bog on … finish reading Anchored to eternity: Taking a close look at forever
It’s summertime, and summertime means butterflies. I set out on the first day of July to see how many species I could find by targeting specific habitats. I began my day at Stanley Marsh, where I was greeted by a … finish reading A day chasing coastal butterflies
Photographer Neal Maine has a great fondness for great blue herons, among the commonest of birds in these parts. In other places you might see them hunting in fields and meadows, but here you’re most likely to see them in an estuary. … finish reading Great blue herons: The next generation