News from NCLC

NCLC notecards make great gifts

Posted on November 26, 2016

Who still writes  handwritten notes? We do! Maybe you’ve received a note on one of our beautiful wildlife-themed note cards, featuring images by watercolor artist Robin Anderson and photographer Neal Maine. NCLC note cards are also available for sale, with funds benefitting

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NCLC’s proposed Rainforest Reserve will create more room to move for people and wildlife

Posted on November 19, 2016

On Friday, Nov. 18, North Coast Land Conservancy took the first steps toward the acquisition of approximately 3500* acres of timberland between Arch Cape and Manzanita, Oregon, marking the single largest conservation initiative in the Conservancy’s history. The agreement with

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Conserve the Oregon Coast: Escape to the Tetons!

Posted on November 16, 2016

  We’re dreaming of summer vacation in Wyoming’s magnificent Tetons, hiking and horseback riding by day and luxuriating by night. For two lucky people, that dream will be coming true. North Coast Land Conservancy is selling 50 raffle tickets at $100 each for a chance to

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With culvert gone, Beaver Creek again welcomes wild fish

Posted on October 28, 2016

On Oct. 3, North Coast Land Conservancy removed an old, collapsed culvert from its Thompson Creek and Stanley Marsh property, opening up additional habitat for coho salmon and other fish. The culvert was in what used to be known as

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Astoria Co-op shoppers: Drop in a bean for NCLC

Posted on October 19, 2016

It’s our turn! Four times a year, Astoria Co-op Grocery (1355 Exchange St.) chooses three worthy organizations to support through its Beans for Bags program. Now through December, North Coast Land Conservancy is one of the choices. If you bring your

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