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Follow the marsh wren migration!

Posted on August 17, 2016

NEWS FLASH 8/22: The wrens were taken into captivity over the weekend! They have since been freed and were last seen winging toward Circle Creek. Follow them to the picnic! If you drive on US Highway 101 between Warrenton and

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Conservancy earns national accreditation

Posted on August 17, 2016

Aug. 17, 2016 North Coast Land Conservancy today announced it has achieved national accreditation: a mark of distinction in land conservation. The Land Trust Accreditation Commission awarded accreditation, signifying its confidence that NCLC’s lands will be protected forever. Almost 15

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Land conservancy finalizes conservation of Tillamook Head preserve

Posted on July 28, 2016

North Coast Land Conservancy finalized its acquisition of 340-acre Boneyard Ridge on Tillamook Head today (July 27). Permanent conservation of what had been a commercial tree farm now creates an unbroken, 3500-acre corridor of conserved land stretching from the ocean

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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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