News from NCLC

Site Stewards: NCLC’s eyes and ears on the land

Posted on November 9, 2020

Hope Stanton has seen a lot of wildlife in the 20 years she’s lived on the North Fork Nehalem River, but monitoring Coal Creek Habitat Reserve for North Coast Land Conservancy has yielded even more memorable sightings, from river otters more

9th Street Wetland to help mitigate flooding in Warrenton

Posted on October 26, 2020

North Coast Land Conservancy’s conservation of 42 acres of Sitka spruce wetland on either side of 9th Street in Warrenton will help prevent flooding and double the length of an existing wildlife corridor in the area. The 9th Street Wetland, more

The volunteers who pluck parrot’s feather

Posted on September 30, 2020

  Parrot’s feather is an invasive weed that doesn’t belong in Clatsop County, but it’s not uncommon here. You can find it in several of our dune swale lake properties on the Warrenton peninsula, but it has particularly proliferated in more

Now you see it … purple loosestrife

Posted on August 30, 2020

Every August NCLC stewardship staff and volunteers spend one day a week—or more—pulling  a weed called purple loosestrife out of the mud at Wolf Bay Habitat Reserve, one of our conserved properties on the lower Columbia River. August is also more

Tillamook River wetlands restoration will improve salmon habitat

Posted on July 30, 2020

North Coast Land Conservancy’s purchase of 73 acres of wetlands south of Tillamook today (July 30, 2020) is the first step in a proposed restoration of the tidal floodplain along the Tillamook River. Restoration of Tillamook River Wetlands, a collaboration more