News from NCLC

After 10 Years, Property on Whale Cove is Conserved

Posted on January 25, 2015

In February 2005 North Coast Land Conservancy began working with landowners surrounding Whale Cove, south of Depoe Bay in Lincoln County, to conserve 13.97 acres of sea cliffs and coastal forest surrounding the pristine cove. On Dec. 14, 2014, that

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Singing the Praises of Conservation

Posted on January 5, 2015

Any way you add it up, 2014 was a banner year for North Coast Land Conservancy, thanks to the support of our more than 1,500 donors and volunteers. Last month Executive Director Katie Voelke added up some of those accomplishments and put

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Conservation High on the Coastal Edge

Posted on October 30, 2014

One of North Coast Land Conservancy’s largest conserved properties is now a 387-acre expanse of forest and subalpine meadow high on Onion Peak, directly east of the community of Arch Cape in southern Clatsop County. The property is owned by

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Expanding our footprint in the Gearhart Fen

Posted on October 30, 2014

The Gearhart Fen is the largest contiguous wetland of its kind remaining on the Oregon Coast. And it is now the location of North Coast Land Conservancy’s largest expanse of conserved lands. On October 31, The Nature Conservancy’s Oregon office

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Collaborating to conserve Sand Lake Estuary

Posted on October 30, 2014

Bradley Bog, on the southeastern fringe of Sand Lake estuary in Tillamook County, hosts one of Oregon’s best remaining examples of a young pine forest with a densely mixed vegetated coastal wetland. Plants growing here include the northernmost population of

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