People+Plants+Wildlife

A hard day’s fishing along the Neawanna

Posted on September 9, 2013

River otters are some of the most enjoyable north coast creatures to watch–there is an exuberance to their work and play that can’t help but bring a smile to your face. Well adapted to the estuary ecosystems found on the

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It’s berry season on the Oregon coast!

Posted on July 22, 2013

Nature photographer Neal Maine was showing videographer Howard Shippey around NCLC’s Thompson Creek-Stanley Marsh Habitat Reserve near Seaside when they noticed a very busy Cedar Waxwing darting in and out of a thicket of blackberries. Investigating further, they were able capture an experience many parents are familiar with during summer berry season…

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Thanks for helping to save the coastal giants

Posted on July 1, 2013

Thank you to all of our volunteers who came out to clear ivy at NCLC’s Fisher’s Point property and LNCT’s Vosberg Creek property for our June stewardship day.  North Coast Land Conservancy and the Lower Nehalem Community Trust joined forces to battle the

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Thank You Broom Busters!

Posted on May 23, 2013

THANK YOU to everyone who has helped us Bust Broom this month! Thanks to the Gearhart Homeowner’s Association, the City of Gearhart, Tongue Point Job Corps students, Columbia River Youth Corps students, a whole team of wonderful community members, and

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Bust Broom in Your Backyard

Posted on May 6, 2013

It’s hard not to notice all of the Scotch broom invading the north coast this time of year when the yellow flowers conspicuously dot the landscape. We now refer to the month of May as Broom Buster month, and during

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