News from NCLC

Swampathon volunteers dig the marsh

Posted on August 31, 2018

Once a year a dozen or so staff and volunteers from North Coast Land Conservancy and The Nature Conservancy’s Oregon office get together for a weekend of weed-pulling at their nearly neighboring preserves on the lower Columbia River: Blind Slough

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Circle Creek Conservation Center gets a mid-summer tune-up

Posted on July 24, 2018

NCLC’s volunteer Trails and Barn Team joined stewardship staff and volunteers on Saturday, July 21, for a combined work party at Circle Creek. Randall Henderson and his construction team headed to the Big Barn to work on the tool enclosure,

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Summer interns help NCLC stay ahead of the weeds

Posted on June 5, 2018

Five students are spending their summer helping NCLC tackle two major invasive species initiatives and a photo archiving backlog. You’ll meet the stewardship interns if you join us on Saturday, July 21, to pull, pile, and stomp policeman’s helmet at

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The Coastal Edge through children’s eyes

Posted on April 24, 2018

 The mountainous shoreline that North Coast Land Conservancy calls the Coastal Edge includes state parks, a marine reserve, a potential Rainforest Reserve … and an elementary school. Children at Fire Mountain School, south of Arch Cape, spend one day each

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Trail posts point the way on Circle Creek trails

Posted on April 5, 2018

If you’ve tried to find your way to the Wetlands Walk at Circle Creek Conservation Center, you know it hasn’t been easy (except on a guided walk). The route to the boardwalk follows a combination of old road and mown

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