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Astoria Art Loft to feature beavers

Posted on May 24, 2017

Following the successful Beaver Tales art exhibit in Seaside the month of May, the Astoria Art Loft is taking the month of June to exhibit art featuring “beavers and the contributions they make to the environment,” according to painter and

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Arrest Policeman’s Helmet!

Posted on May 19, 2017

CLICK TO REPORT SIGHTINGS OF THIS PLANT! REWARD: HEALTHY HABITAT! Policeman’s helmet is a weed that grows in moist soil along riverbanks. It is native to the Himalayas and was introduced in North America as an ornamental garden plant but has since

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It’s back! Broom-buster month on the Oregon Coast

Posted on April 21, 2017

Bust Scotch broom on your own land, or join us on Saturday 5/6, Wednesday 5/17, or any Wednesday this month to attack broom on NCLC properties. The cheerful blossoms of Scotch broom are a sign of spring on Oregon’s north

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Conservation Alliance supports proposed Rainforest Reserve

Posted on April 1, 2017

Protection of a proposed natural area adjacent to Oswald West State Park by North Coast Land Conservancy got a boost March 30 with the award of a $45,000 grant from The Conservation Alliance. “It’s a real inspiration to receive this

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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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