News from NCLC

Three new summer interns (plus one)

Posted on July 4, 2019

  NCLC has three stewardship interns working full-time on the land this summer, plus one part-time volunteer. Their main duty is to pull weeds—specifically purple loosestrife and policeman’s helmet—but they’re also helping with property monitoring and social media posting. Join

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A knotweed success story on the Necanicum

Posted on July 3, 2019

Japanese knotweed is one of the toughest invasive plants to eradicate. But with persistence, creativity, and a lot of hard work, NCLC has managed to knock knotweed back—for now—at a property where it had gained a substantial foothold: Necanicum Forest,

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NCLC awarded $600,000 toward Rainforest Reserve

Posted on May 17, 2019

A $600,000 grant awarded in late May (2019) by the US Forest Service Community Forest Grant Program moves North Coast Land Conservancy one step closer to conserving 3,500 acres of forest in the mountains above Oswald West State Park. NCLC

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Conserve the Oregon Coast: Escape to Maui

Posted on March 15, 2019

We’re dreaming of a Hawaiian vacation–preferably at a luxurious beachfront resort. For one lucky family–or four lucky adults–that dream will be coming true.   North Coast Land Conservancy is selling raffle tickets for a chance to win an amazing Escape

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Partnership finalizes conservation of Nehalem Bay’s Botts Marsh

Posted on March 13, 2019

A partnership between two coastal land conservation groups has made possible conservation of Botts Marsh, the only saltmarsh that had been designated for development on Nehalem Bay. It marks the penultimate step of a nearly 40-year effort to conserve 30

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