News from NCLC

Three new plant species identified on Onion Peak

Posted on July 11, 2016

Like Saddle Mountain and neighboring Neahkahnie Mountain, Onion Peak hosts an unusually diverse mix of plants. Since the 1970s, botanists had identified some 268 species or subspecies of plants growing on the slopes of Onion Peak. As of last Wednesday,

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NCLC helps landowner conserve coastal forest in Tillamook County

Posted on June 11, 2016

On June 7, North Coast Land Conservancy received a donation of 36 acres of forestland just east of Neskowin, in southern Tillamook County. The property includes land on both banks of Butte Creek, a salmon-bearing tributary of Neskowin Creek. Conservation of

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Support NCLC with Virtual CoastWalk Oregon

Posted on June 4, 2016

Set your own fitness goal. Walk/swim/bicycle anywhere, anytime, by Sept. 16. Help raise NCLC $30,000 for coastal conservation!   CoastWalk Oregon 2016 is full, but we’ve found another fun way to help you get fit and support NCLC at the

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New wetlands at Clear Lake are thriving—with a little help from humans

Posted on April 28, 2016

In 2013 North Coast Land Conservancy acquired the last un-conserved lake on the Warrenton peninsula and set about creating new wetland habitat in what had been a degraded upland area adjacent to the lake. Now, three years later, that project

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Dragonfire Gallery Goes Wild for Conservation

Posted on April 19, 2016

Dragonfire Gallery in Cannon Beach is one of North Coast Land Conservancy’s most enthusiastic business supporters. To celebrate the gallery’s 15th anniversary—which happens to coincide with NCLC’s 30th anniversary—Dragonfire is donating 15 percent of its revenue from sales during Cannon Beach’s Spring Unveiling

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