News from NCLC

Tide Pool Ambassador Lead Becomes New Marine Program Coordinator

Posted on March 28, 2023

Angela Whitlock leads a tide pool training at Haystack Rock in 2022. Photo by Haystack Rock Awareness Program   In March, Angela Whitlock became the new marine program coordinator for North Coast Land Conservancy. Angela has been involved with NCLC, more

Stewarding Shangrila and the Houselessness Crisis: A Challenging Crossroads

Posted on March 13, 2023

Human use has heavily impacted NCLC’s Shangrila Wetland Habitat Reserve   In March, we began a new cleanup and restoration project at our Shangrila Wetland Habitat Reserve, which is located on the south end of Seaside near the Mill Ponds. more

Facilitation: Neskowin Water District Acquires First Portion of Watershed

Posted on February 16, 2023

The Hawk Creek Watershed surrounds Neskowin’s drinking water source.   The Neskowin Regional Water District is completing the first phase in a long-term vision of acquiring a portion of the Hawk Creek Watershed that surrounds the community’s drinking water source. more

10 Years of Oregon’s Marine Reserves: What We’ve Learned

Posted on February 15, 2023

  In 2022, the Oregon Marine Reserves Program, managed by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, celebrated a decade of conservation, scientific research, and connecting community members to these biodiverse coastal ecosystems. The marine reserves system is the first long-term more

NCLC Hires Additional Land Steward to Increase Capacity

Posted on January 30, 2023

While working for the U.S. Forest Service, Colin Meston has volunteered with NCLC in various capacities over the years.   North Coast Land Conservancy is expanding its stewardship capacity with the newest addition to the team. Colin Meston, who started more