Everyone Lives Downstream

Posted on March 17, 2014

Wahanna Marsh, down by the baseball fields on Wahanna Road in Seaside, was the very first property North Coast Land Conservancy acquired and conserved, restoring the tide marsh and enlarging it to mitigate for the wetlands that were filled to more

Check out NCLC’s new video!

Posted on March 5, 2014

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 more

Celebrating the on-time return of the coho

Posted on February 20, 2014

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 more

Images from the Snowstorm

Posted on February 10, 2014

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 more

Growing Violets for the Prairie

Posted on February 5, 2014

A HUGE thanks to everyone who helped us pot violets on Friday, Jan. 31. There were seven of us nursery worker bees and we potted 11,760 violets in one day! These violets are going to grow at the Northwest Oregon Restoration more
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