The biggest chunk of the largest revegetation project in North Coast Land Conservancy’s history got under way on Thursday, Feb. 20, as floodwaters were receding from Circle Creek Habitat Reserve. It was a daunting prospect: 10,000 cedar, spruce and hemlock … finish reading A new forest in two weeks
It’s been an exciting weather weekend, which makes this a good time to share with you and clarify what’s going on in regard to road flooding in and around Seaside. You probably saw the reports (or maybe experienced it for … finish reading From the ED: Floodplain Restoration Is Working!
Congratulations to the City of Cannon Beach, which lost its elementary school but gained a new shoreline natural space for people and wildlife to enjoy, in perpetuity. A 1.38-acre parcel bordering Ecola Creek—essentially the shuttered school’s playground—has been transferred to … finish reading Cannon Beach preserves more of its ‘natural capital’
Wednesday, Mar. 19, 2014 6-8 p.m. Seaside Public Library 1131 Broadway Street – Rarely is Jeffrey Hull far from the ocean, unless he’s in his studio, working on a watercolor or oil painting inspired by those visits to the sea. … finish reading Listening to the Land: Painting at the Ocean’s Edge
Wednesday, March 19, 7 to 8:30 p.m. Pine Grove Community House 225 Laneda Ave., Manzanita – North Coast Land Conservancy and Lower Nehalem Community Trust are pleased to present Kelly Beamer, Executive Director of the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts, in … finish reading Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts Presents “The State of the Land”
Stewardship Day at Circle Creek Habitat Reserve Saturday, March 22 10 a.m. to noon – The tree planting at Circle Creek should be completed by mid-March, but the job of restoring the floodplain is far from over. Come see the progress … finish reading March 22: Join the floodplain restoration!
NCLC has a new video by nature videographer Howard Shippey overflowing with gorgeous images of the coastal landscape where we work. Two videos, actually: a full 9.5-minute version describing what we do and why we do it, and a 2.5-minute version consisting of … finish reading Check out NCLC’s new video!
As November stretched into December and then January with no coho salmon in the creeks, you could hear a lot of concerned voices on the North Coast. Where were the fish? Coho salmon need rain to raise the creeks and provide a … finish reading Celebrating the on-time return of the coho
Warm (we hope) in his bird-blind-on-wheels, photographer Neal Maine was out as usual on Thursday, Feb. 6, and the days that followed, shooting wildlife in and around Seaside and Gearhart–but with the added element of snow. Lots of snow. Here is a selection … finish reading Images from the Snowstorm