News from NCLC

Braving the storm for the sake of salmon

Posted on January 18, 2014

Kudos to NCLC (and Necanicum Watershed Council) volunteer Pat Wollner (in turquoise shirt), who was among the hardy few who took part in Christmas for Coho on January 11, forecast to be a dangerously stormy day. And it was—all but more

NCLC’s newest preserve: Skipanon Forest

Posted on January 8, 2014

NCLC Associate Director Jon Wickersham has one word to describe Skipanon Forest, the land trust’s newest habitat reserve in Warrenton: “Gorgeous.” The 106-acre preserve, which NCLC has been working to conserve for seven years, includes land on both sides of more

NCLC completes Columbia Quiet Waters plan

Posted on January 8, 2014

North Coast Land Conservancy has been working diligently, over the last two years, to complete a conservation plan for our Columbia Quiet Waters Initiative. We are excited to share our plan with you!  Click here for the plan: CQW Conservation more

A River Runs Free Again

Posted on September 30, 2013

Thanks to an unseasonably early storm–the tail end of a typhoon–that brought high winds and an impressive amount of rainfall to the north Oregon coast this past weekend, the highly anticipated reconnection of the Necanicum River to its historic floodplain  was more

Welcome, Clear Lake!

Posted on September 28, 2013

Please join the board and staff of North Coast Land Conservancy as we celebrate and welcome the transition of a very special property to conservation protection with the land trust.  The seven-acre Clear Lake property was the last undeveloped interdunal more