People+Plants+Wildlife

Fall Fungi Abound at the Rainforest Reserve

Posted on November 18, 2021

One of the best parts of fall on the Oregon Coast is the abundance and diversity of the fungi to be found in our hills and mountains. In late October, our staff made a visit to the Rainforest Reserve, which

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Cider Pressing and Self-care: The Recipe for a Gratitude-Filled Fall

Posted on October 29, 2021

By Katherine Lacaze, Communications Coordinator    If you are ever looking for the perfect fall activity for a Staff Fun Day, I’m here to tell you there is nothing better than picking apples and pressing them into cider on a

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A Not-so-lazy Day on the John Day River

Posted on September 29, 2021

The John Day River, accessible by canoe or kayak, is a tributary of the Columbia River.   When it comes to stewardship projects, few take advantage of late-summer’s sweet stillness and warmth quite like a tranquil canoe ride on the

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Boundary Marking Promotes Awareness of Conserved Lands

Posted on August 27, 2021

A view from Boneyard Ridge down to the flats at Circle Creek and the Necanicum River. Over the past several months, North Coast Land Conservancy has been tackling a large but important project: refreshing the boundary markings on all its

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Fishers Point Habitat Reserve: A Beautiful Oasis

Posted on August 1, 2021

Fishers Point Habitat Reserve Site Steward Bill Hutmacher captured this view of the proposed Rainforest Reserve from NCLC’s 42-acre property near Wheeler during a recent site visit.   Fishers Point Habitat Reserve is a unique property near Wheeler that was

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