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Seaside habitat reserve just got a little bigger

Posted on December 5, 2017

In late November 2017, North Coast Land Conservancy closed on a 3-acre addition to what was an 80-acre habitat reserve at Thompson Creek and Stanley Marsh, on the east side of Seaside. This patch of steep, forested hillside helps buffer

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New board president named

Posted on September 18, 2017

Arch Cape resident John Mersereau has been named president of the board of directors of North Coast Land Conservancy. John has lived on Oregon’s north coast for more than 40 years and has been an NCLC board member since 2010.

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Proposal to create Arch Cape Community Forest advances

Posted on September 11, 2017

North Coast Land Conservancy and the Arch Cape Water and Sanitary Districts moved one big step closer to protecting the source of Arch Cape’s drinking water this week. On Saturday, Sept. 2, the Oregon Department of Forestry’s State Forest Stewardship

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A summer of stomping: NCLC’S 2017 interns

Posted on June 25, 2017

There’s only one effective way to get rid of invasive policeman’s helmet, and that’s to hand-pull it. So in collaboration with Necanicum Watershed Council and with help from Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board, North Coast Land Conservancy hired four stewardship interns

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Violet seedlings, and their offspring, thriving in the coastal prairie

Posted on May 31, 2017

Two-and-a-half years ago, North Coast Land Conservancy appealed to the community to help plant nearly 9,000 early blue violet seedlings on its habitat reserves in the Clatsop Plains. The goal: to restore the coastal prairie that native butterflies need to

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