News from NCLC

Tide pool ambassadors connect people with their environment

Posted on July 20, 2022

Angela Whitlock, one of the Tidepool Ambassador Program (TAP) leads, shares about anemones.   The rocky intertidal zones along the Oregon Coast—including Cape Falcon Marine Reserve—are teeming with biodiversity. Yet not everyone is aware of the abundance of living organisms inhabiting

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Facilitation Spotlight: Arch Cape Community Forest

Posted on July 20, 2022

Photo: Ben Hayes   Arch Cape Forest Becomes Part of Conservation Corridor on the Oregon Coast   In June, the Arch Cape Domestic Water Supply District took a major step forward in connecting the community to its drinking-water source by

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NCLC Brings On New Office Manager

Posted on June 24, 2022

  When Chris Mathison joined North Coast Land Conservancy’s team, it was a mission-driven choice influenced by a lifelong inclination to care for the natural world. “I wanted to do something that was going to align with my own personal

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NCLC Celebrates Coast Legacy Circle

Posted on May 18, 2022

Coast Legacy Circle members gathered for brunch at the Loft at the Red Building in Astoria on May 11.    Donors of North Coast Land Conservancy utilize a variety of means to financially support our mission of “helping to conserve

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Kristin Bayans Heads Up NCLC’s Marine Reserve Program

Posted on February 28, 2022

  Kristin Bayans has long possessed an interest in the natural world. More specifically, she’s fascinated by the ways in which humans interact with that space and “make it into a place that is respectful of all beings who inhabit

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