News from NCLC

Botanizing the North Coast with the Native Plant Society

Posted on June 30, 2014

The success of the statewide conference of the Native Plant Society of Oregon, held in Cannon Beach June 6 to 8, was due in no small part to active involvement by North Coast Land Conservancy staff and volunteers. NCLC Executive

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Welcome, summer stewardship crew!

Posted on June 13, 2014

North Coast Land Conservancy’s summer stewardship crew is now at full force and moving full speed ahead in its war on weeds. All four positions—a land steward plus three interns—are funded with a grant from the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board.

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Forested coastal wetland conserved in Tillamook County

Posted on June 3, 2014

A once-and-future western redcedar swamp is part of North Coast Land Conservancy’s newest habitat reserve, a mixture of coastal estuary and adjacent freshwater wetlands located on the edge of Sand Lake in Tillamook County. NCLC finalized acquisition of the 167-acre

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Help protect Neawanna Point

Posted on May 13, 2014

  Bald eagles dive for fish before your eyes at Neawanna Point, a North Coast Land Conservancy habitat reserve that includes about 20 acres of marsh, grassland, and upland forest on the edge of the beautiful Necanicum Estuary at the

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Ready for company: Circle Creek

Posted on April 30, 2014

The weather cooperated big-time for the Circle Creek Conservation Area clean-up on Monday, April 28. What could have been a wet day of hard, muddy work was, instead, a sunny, dry day … of hard, muddy work. Fifteen volunteers pruned, schlepped, loaded,

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